DC Announces New Collected Editions for 2016

by Eric Joseph
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By now you know that DC launched many new books this summer. If you’ve been reading them from the start and want to repurchase them in a collected edition, or you’re just waiting for the trades, you should be happy to know that several of them now have street dates. Below are newly launched series. It’s interesting that they count Superman among them. I guess it doesn’t hurt to roll it back to Volume 1, since it’s likely a good jumping on point. It seems that subtitles are still pending.

New Collections:

Bizarro – from Heath Corson and Gustavo Duarte, out March 9, 2016
Black Canary Vol 1 – from Brendan Fletcher and Annie Wu, out February 24, 2016
Constantine: The Hellblazer Vol 1 – from Ming Doyle, James Tynion IV and Riley Rossmo, out April 27, 2016
Cyborg Vol 1 – from David Walker and Ivan Reis, out April 13, 2016
Harley Quinn/Power Girl – from Amanda Conner, Jimmy Palmiotti, Justin Gray and Stephane Roux, out March 23, 2016
Midnighter Vol 1 – from Steve Orlando and ACO, out February 24, 2016
Prez Vol 1 – from Mark Russell and Ben Caldwell, out February 17, 2016
Robin: Son Of Batman Vol 1 – from Patrick Gleason, out March 23, 2016
Superman Vol 1 – from Gene Luen Yang and John Romita Jr., out March 2, 2016
We Are Robin Vol 1 – Lee Bermejo, Rob Haynes and Khary Randolph, out April 20, 2016

The next volumes of DC’s hottest established titles have release dates as well. Check them out.

Ongoing Collections:

Batman Vol 8 – from Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo, out May 4, 2016
Gotham Academy Vol 2 – from Brenden Fletcher, Becky Cloonan, Karl Kerschl, out March 16, 2016
Injustice Gods Among Us Year Four Vol 1 – from Brian Buccellato and various artists, out May 11, 2016
Justice League Vol 7: Darkseid War – from Geoff Johns and Jason Fabok, out February 3, 2016

Let it be known that a new book called Graphic Ink: Jim Lee will also drop next year. It’s set to feature artwork from Justice LeagueSuperman: For Tomorrow, and Batman: Hush. The hardcover is due out May 11, 2016. It sounds like a must buy for some folks I know.

Information courtesy of DC Entertainment.

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