More DC Titles Coming To WebToon

by Marsha Reilly
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WebToon and DC have recently announced that there will be a variety of new digital comics joining Batman: Wayne Family Adventures on the platform. They will launch throughout 2022, starting with Vixen: NYC on May 26, with Red Hood: Outlaws and Zatanna & The Ripper to follow later this summer.

DC’s vice president of sales and marketing, Nancy Spears, said:

The DC and Webtoon partnership is an exciting opportunity to explore new genres and DC’s iconic superheroes and super-villains, telling new stories that both new and old fans can enjoy

WebToon U.S. head of content, David Lee, agreed:

WebToon is home to a new generation of comics fans, and DC is home to some of the most iconic characters and franchises in comics. Our partnership with DC represents the future of the comic industry, combining legendary franchises with new technologies and global fandoms that cross borders. Fans can’t get enough of Batman: Wayne Family Adventures, and we know they are going to love what we have in store for the 2022 slate.

Here’s a preview of Vixen: NYC

Vixen: NYC by writer Jasmine Walls and lead artist Manou Azumi

Mari Jiwe grew up in a small, seaside town in North Carolina, but upon graduating high school she seeks to connect with extended family in Ghana. There, she meets relatives who gift her a mysterious totem, passed down for generations. Immediately upon returning home, she moves to New York for her freshman year of college. Mari hates it. New York is smelly, dirty, and full of even smellier and dirtier animals.


Holed up in her room she finally inspects the totem–inadvertently releasing its magic. She’s hit with an energy that gives her the power of the animal kingdom… of New York. Mari had a hard enough time navigating college as a normal girl, and now she not only has to figure out how to “adult,” but also how to “superhuman.” Then women, who look unusually like Mari, are kidnapped across the city. Vixen learns an estranged, distant relative, General Maksai, is on the hunt for her, seeking the crystal for himself. To stop his warpath, Vixen will have to stop him. As she does, she learns the true extent of her abilities. Turns out, she’s capable of a lot more than she thought.

Red Hood: Outlaws by writer Patrick R. Young with art by Nico Bascuñän

The Outlaws try to go legit — and fail spectacularly. The Justice League has issued a challenge to Red Hood, Artemis of Bana-Mighdall, and Bizarro, who have to try and replace their goody-two-shoes counterparts as the heroes the world neither deserves nor needs. In this original series, the Outlaws will battle some of DC’s biggest Super-Villains and Super Heroes — but their biggest battles are among themselves.


Can this team last? And can they find their own identities separate from Batman, Wonder Woman, and Superman?

Zatanna & The Ripper by writer Sarah Dealv and lead artist Syro

Giovanni Zatara is one of the world’s most talented magicians. His daughter Zatanna, on the other hand, is among the world’s most powerful. On her 21st birthday, Zatanna witnesses a fight between her father and the sorceress Allura. Before Allura can get to his daughter, however, Giovanni blasts Zatanna far away-to London, England…in the 1800s.


Zatanna tries to use her burgeoning magic to return home but fails. What she can do, however, is pull things out of the future (and past). So her small, 19th-century room is now filled with modern gadgets. It seems she’ll be stuck forever until an old friend finds her – John Constantine. Recognizing him from her past–or her future, he tells her he knows how to get her home. They’ll have to solve the Jack the Ripper murders. To make matters worse, Zatanna also quickly learns that she’s among the Ripper’s targets.


In a gritty but magical journey (with a healthy dab of romance), Zatanna and John Constantine join forces to find and unmask Jack the Ripper.

Which of the new WebToon comics are you looking forward to? Are there any heroes you want to have a WebToon comic of? Tell us in the comments.

If you haven’t read Batman: Wayne Family Adventures yet, you can read our reviews here.

Images Courtesy of DC Entertainment and WebToon

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