DC Relaunch: John Constantine In The Justice League? Paul Cornell, Jeff Lemire, Scott Snyder, Peter Milligan And More Bring A Darker DCU

DC Comics are giving Entertainment Weekly more stories about their issue one comics today, and it seems to all be around the more supernatural elements of the DC Universe

They include the already BleedingCooled Animal Man #1 by Jeff Lemire and Swamp Thing #1, writted by Scott Snyder.

Then there’s also the BleedingCooled Justice League Dark #1 teaming up John Constantine (really?), Deadman, Shade the Changing Man and Madame Xanadu written by Peter Milligan.

Then there’s another new book, Demon Knights #1, superheroes in medieval times, written by Paul Cornell.

And Frankenstein, Agent of SHADE #1 again written by Jeff Lemire, SHADE standing for The Super Human Advanced Defense Executive, from his Seven Soldiers mini-series.

Entertainment Weekly didn’t seem minded to name artists yet. But the Bleedingcooled Swamp Thing #1 cover was by Yanick Paquette … anyone recognise the Animal Man #1 artist here? It’s a little bit Sienkiewiczy…

Links to Bleeding Cool’s complete DC relaunch coverage

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