YOUNG JUSTICE, WONDER TWINS, DIAL H FOR HERO, More Part of BENDIS-Led DC Teen Imprint

Young Justice
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New Young Justice, Dial H for Hero, Wonder Twins, and Naomi titles will be part of a newly-announced DC Comics imprint called Wonder Comics - curated by DC 'exclusive' writer Brian Michael Bendis. Wonder Comics is described as a Bendis' "personally curated line of teen-focused, in-continuity comic books..." and is scheduled to debut in early 2019.

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The line will be anchored by a new Young Justice book starring Impulse (Bart Allen), Superboy (Conner Kent), and Robin (Tim Drake). Bendis and his Action Comics artist Patrick Gleason will be doing the series together.

"This is an opportunity for me to express a lot of themes I was already doing with Miles Morales and Riri Williams," Bendis explained during DC's Meet The Publisher's panel live from New York Comic Con 2018. "Your first loves, first tragedies... these characters mean a lot to each other...it's literally a list of things that people have been screaming at me to bring back to DC."

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Naomi will be written by Bendis and David Walker, and drawn by Jamal Campbell.

Wonder Twins will be written by Mark Russell, and drawn by Stephen Byrne.

Dial H for Hero is written by Sam Humphries and drawn by Joe Quinones.

The line will also debut new characters such as Jenny Hex, descendent of Jonah Hex, and Teen Lantern, a young woman who has hacked a Green Lantern power battery.

For more on these books, stay tuned to Newsarama.

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