What's New on DC Universe Infinite & ULTRA: JUNE

Hey everyone! It’s that time again — let’s peep those upcoming comics! :eyes:

Here’s what’s headed your way in June:



:+1: =Issue #1
:sparkles: = 30 days from release
:minidisc: = Digital early release
:1st_place_medal: = DCUI early access
:old_key: = From the archives

Series Issue Type Date
Suicide Squad: Kill Arkham Asylum (2024) 5 :1st_place_medal: 6/4/2024
DC Pride: A Celebration of Rachel Pollack :+1: 1 :1st_place_medal: 6/4/2024
Batman (2016-) 147 :sparkles: 6/4/2024
Birds of Prey (2023-) 9 :sparkles: 6/4/2024
Kneel Before Zod (2024-) 5 :sparkles: 6/4/2024
Poison Ivy (2022-) 22 :sparkles: 6/4/2024
Shazam! (2023-) 11 :sparkles: 6/4/2024
The Batman & Scooby-Doo Mysteries (2021-) 5 :sparkles: 6/4/2024
The Boy Wonder (2024) :+1: 1 :sparkles: 6/4/2024
Batman: Justice Buster (2023-) 12 :1st_place_medal: 6/11/2024
DC Pride: Uncovered :+1: 1 :1st_place_medal: 6/11/2024
Action Comics (2016-) 1065 :sparkles: 6/11/2024
Batman and Robin (2023-) 9 :sparkles: 6/11/2024
Batman/Dylan Dog (2024) 3 :sparkles: 6/11/2024
Blue Beetle (2023-) 9 :sparkles: 6/11/2024
Blue Beetle (Spanish Language Version) (2023-) 9 :sparkles: 6/11/2024
Green Lantern (2023-) 11 :sparkles: 6/11/2024
Outsiders (2023-) 7 :sparkles: 6/11/2024
Red Hood: The Hill (2024) 4 :sparkles: 6/11/2024
Sinister Sons (2024-) 4 :sparkles: 6/11/2024
Suicide Squad: Dream Team (2024) 3 :sparkles: 6/11/2024
Alan Scott: The Green Lantern (2023-) 6 :sparkles: 6/18/2024
Batman/Superman: World’s Finest (2022-) 27 :sparkles: 6/18/2024
Catwoman (2018-) 65 :sparkles: 6/18/2024
Green Lantern: War Journal (2023-) 9 :sparkles: 6/18/2024
John Constantine, Hellblazer: Dead in America (2024) 5 :sparkles: 6/18/2024
Justice League vs. Godzilla vs. Kong (2023-) 7 :sparkles: 6/18/2024
Military Comics (1941-1945) :+1: 1 :old_key: 6/18/2024
Nightwing (2016-) 114 :sparkles: 6/18/2024
Superman (2023-) 14 :sparkles: 6/18/2024
The Bat-Man: First Knight (2024-) 3 :sparkles: 6/18/2024
Titans (2023-) 11 :sparkles: 6/18/2024
Wonder Woman (2023-) 9 :sparkles: 6/18/2024
Batman: Dark Age (2024) 3 :sparkles: 6/25/2024
Batman: The Brave and the Bold (2023-) 13 :sparkles: 6/25/2024
Detective Comics (2016-) 1085 :sparkles: 6/25/2024
Green Arrow (2023-) 12 :sparkles: 6/25/2024
Harley Quinn (2021-) 40 :sparkles: 6/25/2024
Power Girl (2023-) 9 :sparkles: 6/25/2024
The Flash (2023-) 9 :sparkles: 6/25/2024
The Penguin (2023-) 10 :sparkles: 6/25/2024


:+1: =Issue #1
:sparkles: = 6 months from release
:minidisc: = Digital early release
:1st_place_medal: = DCUI early access
:old_key: = From the archives

Series Issue Type Date
DC Pride: A Celebration of Rachel Pollack :+1: 1 :1st_place_medal: 6/4/2024
Suicide Squad: Kill Arkham Asylum (2024) 5 :1st_place_medal: 6/4/2024
Birds of Prey (2023-) 4 :sparkles: 6/4/2024
Blue Beetle (2023-) 4 :sparkles: 6/4/2024
Blue Beetle (Spanish Language Version) (2023-) 4 :sparkles: 6/4/2024
Fire & Ice: Welcome to Smallville 4 :sparkles: 6/4/2024
Poison Ivy (2022-) 17 :sparkles: 6/4/2024
Scooby-Doo, Where Are You? (2010-) 125 :sparkles: 6/4/2024
Shazam! (2023-) 6 :sparkles: 6/4/2024
Superman '78: The Metal Curtain (2023-) 2 :sparkles: 6/4/2024
Titans: Beast World Tour: Metropolis (2023) :+1: 1 :sparkles: 6/4/2024
Titans: Beast World: Waller Rising (2023) :+1: 1 :sparkles: 6/4/2024
Batman: Justice Buster (2023-) 12 :1st_place_medal: 6/11/2024
DC Pride: Uncovered :+1: 1 :1st_place_medal: 6/11/2024
Action Comics (2016-) 1060 :sparkles: 6/11/2024
Batman #428: Robin Lives! (2023) :+1: 1 :sparkles: 6/11/2024
Batman & The Joker: The Deadly Duo: Unplugged (2023) :+1: 1 :sparkles: 6/11/2024
Batman and Robin (2023-) 4 :sparkles: 6/11/2024
Batman: City of Madness (2023-) 2 :sparkles: 6/11/2024
Batman: Gargoyle of Gotham (2023-) 2 :sparkles: 6/11/2024
Batman: Gargoyle of Gotham Noir Edition (2023-) 2 :sparkles: 6/11/2024
Birds of Prey: Uncovered (2023) :+1: 1 :sparkles: 6/11/2024
Danger Street (2022-) 12 :sparkles: 6/11/2024
Detective Comics (2016-) 1079 :sparkles: 6/11/2024
Green Lantern (2023-) 6 :sparkles: 6/11/2024
MAD Magazine (2018-) 35 :sparkles: 6/11/2024
Outsiders (2023-) 2 :sparkles: 6/11/2024
Speed Force (2023-) 2 :sparkles: 6/11/2024
Superman: Lost (2023-) 9 :sparkles: 6/11/2024
Titans: Beast World (2023-) 2 :sparkles: 6/11/2024
Titans: Beast World Tour: Gotham (2023) :+1: 1 :sparkles: 6/11/2024
Waller vs. Wildstorm (2023-) 4 :sparkles: 6/11/2024
Wesley Dodds: The Sandman (2023-) 3 :sparkles: 6/11/2024
World’s Finest: Teen Titans (2023) 6 :sparkles: 6/11/2024
Military Comics (1941-1945) :+1: 1 :old_key: 6/18/2024
Batman/Superman: World’s Finest (2022-) 22 :sparkles: 6/18/2024
Batman: Off-World (2023-) 2 :sparkles: 6/18/2024
Catwoman (2018-) 60 :sparkles: 6/18/2024
Green Lantern: War Journal (2023-) 4 :sparkles: 6/18/2024
Harley Quinn: Black + White + Redder 6 :sparkles: 6/18/2024
Hawkgirl (2023) 6 :sparkles: 6/18/2024
Jay Garrick: The Flash (2023-) 3 :sparkles: 6/18/2024
Nightwing (2016-) 109 :sparkles: 6/18/2024
Superman (2023-) 9 :sparkles: 6/18/2024
The Joker/Harley Quinn: Uncovered :+1: 1 :sparkles: 6/18/2024
Titans: Beast World Tour: Central City (2023) :+1: 1 :sparkles: 6/18/2024
Wonder Woman (2023-) 4 :sparkles: 6/18/2024
Action Comics 2023 Annual :+1: 1 :sparkles: 6/25/2024
Alan Scott: The Green Lantern (2023) 3 :sparkles: 6/25/2024
Amazons Attack (2023-) 3 :sparkles: 6/25/2024
Batman Beyond: Neo-Gothic (2023-) 6 :sparkles: 6/25/2024
Batman: The Brave and the Bold (2023-) 8 :sparkles: 6/25/2024
Cyborg (2023) 6 :sparkles: 6/25/2024
Detective Comics (2016-) 1080 :sparkles: 6/25/2024
Green Arrow (2023-) 7 :sparkles: 6/25/2024
Harley Quinn (2021-) 35 :sparkles: 6/25/2024
Justice Society of America (2022-) 8 :sparkles: 6/25/2024
Power Girl (2023-) 4 :sparkles: 6/25/2024
The Flash (2023-) 4 :sparkles: 6/25/2024
The Penguin (2023-) 5 :sparkles: 6/25/2024
The Sandman Universe: Nightmare Country - The Glass House 6 :sparkles: 6/25/2024
Titans (2023-) 6 :sparkles: 6/25/2024
Titans: Beast World (2023-) 3 :sparkles: 6/25/2024

Good to see the :old_key: back on the list!

I’m most looking forward to Alan Scott: Green Lantern #6 to see how that story concludes and Blue Beetle #9 as I understand a big announcement/reveal will be included in there! :eyes:


Does this mean that Military Comics #1 was posted early?

Looking forward to both Pride releases the most.


I’m beyond excited for this!!!


I don’t know why, but anytime I think of month of June, it makes me think of this classic tune…

:cowboy_hat_face: Wonder if @ZatannaZ ever heard it? Anyway looking forward to more new comics and 1 archive comic, Thankyou DC Teams for the new comics each month.


You’re a poet, and you didn’t even know it!


I don’t believe so. What was released this week was the Facsimile Edition of the book (complete with all ads including inside covers and back cover) that was just released in print. I’m guessing the version that will be released in June will be without ads, like other archived books.


It is nice to see that the archive project is still putting out the occasional rarity. Here’s hoping for a lot more!


Well, I am happy to see a :old_key:! I can’t wait for all the Ultras! And the trades.


It is pretty sad how in current times people will pay a premium price compared to other services only to be “ghosted” in public when they ask inconvenient questions.

So, are the archive issues ever going to return?

Over a half- century of supporting DC , sometimes reading every single title , every month, I am greatly disheartened.

This is unworthy of the great legacy of this historic American company.


Value is of course relative but I really don’t feel like I’m paying a “premium” for my Ultra tier subscription. I’m locked in at £73/year and for that I get a physical graphic novel every October, and every issue and trade paperback 4 weeks or less after release. Yes, I’d like more archive issues but I can’t be disingenuous and pretend like I’m getting a raw deal.


We’ve gotten a few. Very, very few, but it seems like they’re slowly coming back

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In the US the monthly payment is greater than many other services and my comment was in regards to the customer service more so than content.

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There has been a single issue marked as such in 6 months and only because it was an older issue released as a facsimile.


The monthly price for the basic tier is £6.99. That’s pretty average for any streaming service here in the UK. It’s definitely not a “premium” price. Especially the yearly offer, which is £37. Again, I completely understand that value is subjective and I respect if you purely subscribed for the archive issues but they’re definitely not fleecing anyone at that price just because they won’t specifically say why classic issues stopped.

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But…this is not a comment on value, it is a statement on integrity.

People have been asking answers from this company for over a year, only to be openly ignored in these forums .

Contacting them in others ways gets you no answers either.

This is an unacceptable way for any company to act towards their loyal customers and you are trying to cloud the issue by changing the focus of my comments from integrity and value to solely value of which I also do not agree.


With all due respect, please don’t tell me what my intentions were. I did not dispute the integrity of the situation because I was not trying to defend the lack of communication from customer support. Someone can agree with part of what you said without agreeing with you totally. In this case, I simply wouldn’t call my yearly payment excessive is all. That doesn’t mean I was dismissing other issues or trying to belittle your grievances. That’s on me if it came across that way though.


Respectfully, the $ 10 a month US (yearly rate) would not be bad at all even though it is double and triple some other comic/reading apps if it were not for all the broken storylines, missing issues, partial scans of some comics ( originally in color, uploaded in b&w in some cases) with missing pages and occasionally from photocopy elements that look decades old etc…this list could get quite long and very specific but I think you might be surprised at the broken/missing content on this service if you are only reading a few new things or the occasionall GN .

With the apparent discontinuance of the archives there are hundreds of major storylines on the app which will have huge gaps and in some cases the final issues of major crossover events .

Major character solo series that just stop for many years at a time or have very key issues missing.

It has been what, five years now?
Other than that huge , haphazard content dump which came with a price increase, I would say this service is actually becoming less and less worth it for many

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I never claimed that the service was perfect. I also repeatedly stated that value is subjective. I’m not telling anyone to like DCUI. Meanwhile, it feels somewhat like you’re trying to gatekeep me as “just a casual reader” which is rather silly.

Let me give you a personal example of why I cannot call the service a rip-off. I just read the entire Knight Terrors crossover (tie-ins included). At an average price of £3.50 per issue - some a bit pricier, some a bit cheaper - it would have cost me over £160 to buy each issue individually.

So yes, it’s perfectly valid to point out gaps in the archive and be irritated by them. I’ll even join the cause to keep plugging away at them (without getting melodramatic over the inconvenience) but it’s also perfectly valid for me to say I saved significant money thanks to this service without needing to jump through hoops to qualify my satisfaction or be chastised for “clouding an issue”.

We’re all talking about the same service. I’ll respect your viewpoint but mine is just as valid also.


Honestly, I am glad you are enjoying the service and hope that you continue to. As a lifelong fan of pulps/comics etc… and most especially DC it makes me happy to see others do so.

I agree that if you were buying the current new issues at the shop it would be considerably more expensive. In the past I would have . There is no way I would put out that kind of money for many of the tie- ins of an event like Knight Terrors ,which had some moments I really liked, was pretty weak overall, so I guess being able to read them here is worth something .

In most cases I would love to hear your opinion on the whole Knight Terrors event but in context to my original post this conversation really diffuses the sharp point I was trying to make about (the lack of) customer service and transparency provided by the DCUI.

I think you will eventually see what I was after when you get around to reading one of those older classic storylines and run into some of the pitfalls mentioned.