This spring each and every iteration of the DCU will be represented in the two-month event Convergence. Forty titles will have two-issue stories in a move which allows a break in the regular shipping schedule while DC relocates offices to the West Coast and an opportunity to reintroduce long missed characters.
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- Convergence #0 – Dan Jurgens and Jeff King, Ethan Van Sciver, $5
- Convergence #1-8, weekly – Jeff King, Carlo Pagulayan, Jason Paz, $4
- Action Comics – Justin Gray, Claud St-Aubin
- Adventures of Superman – Marv Wolfman, Roberto Viacava and Andy Owens
- Aquaman – Tony Bedard, Cliff Richards
- the Atom – Tom Peyer, Steve Yeowell and Andy Owens
- Batgirl – Alisa Kwitney, Rick Leonardi and Mark Pennington
- Batman and Robin – Ron Marz, Denys Cowan and Klaus Janson
- Batman and the Outsiders – Marc Andreyko, Carlos D’Anda
- Batman: Shadow of the Bat – Larry Hama, Philip Tan and Jason Paz
- Blue Beetle – Scott Lobdell, Yishan Li
- Booster Gold – Dan Jurgens, Alvaro Martinez and Raul Fernandez
- Catwoman – Justin Gray, Ron Randall
- Crime Syndicate – Brian Buccellato, Phil Winslade
- Detective Comics – Len Wein, Denys Cowan and Bill Sienkiewicz
- the Flash – Dan Abnett, Federico Dallocchio
- Green Arrow – Christy Marx, Rags Morales and Claude St. Aubin
- Green Lantern Corps – David Gallahe, Steve Ellis and Ande Parks
- Green Lantern/Parallax – Tony Bedard, Ron Wagner and Bill Reinhold
- Harley Quinn – Steve Pugh, Phil Winslade and John Dell
- Hawkman – Jeff Parker, Tim Truman and Enrique Alcatena
- Infinity Inc – Jerry Ordway, Ben Caldwell
- Justice League – Frank Tieri, Vincente Cifuentes
- Justice League America – Fabian Nicieza, ChrisCross
- Justice League International – Ron Marz, Mike Manley
- Justice Society of America – Dan Abnett, Tom Derenick and Trevor Scott
- New Teen Titans – Marv Wolfman, Nicola Scott and Marc Deering
- Nightwing/Oracle – Gail Simone, Jan Duursema and Dan Parsons
- Plastic Man and the Freedom Fighters – Simon Oliver, John McCrea
- the Question – Greg Rucka, Cully Hamner
- Shazam! – Jeff Parker, Evan “Doc” Shaner
- Speed Force – Tony Bedard, Tom Grummett and Sean Parsons
- Suicide Squad – Frank Tieri, Tom Mandrake
- Superboy – Fabian Nicieza, Karl Moline and Jose Marzan, Jr.
- Superboy and the Legion of Super-Heroes – Stuart Moore, Gus Storms and Mark Farmer
- Supergirl: Matrix – Keith Giffen, Timothy Green II
- Superman – Dan Jurgens, Lee Weeks
- Superman, the Man of Steel – Louise Simonson, June Brigman and Roy Richardson
- Swamp Thing – Len Wein, Kelley Jones
- Titans – Fabian Nicieza, Ron Wagner and Jose Marzan, Jr.
- Wonder Woman – Larry Hama, Joshua Middleton
- World’s Finest Comics – Paul Levitz, Jim Fern, Joe Rubinstein, and Shannon Wheeler
Basic Bits to Understand
Future’s End: Booster Gold #1 oneshot – The New 52 and the Pre-Reboot Booster Golds are manipulated into telling Braniac the location of the Vanishing Point, a dimension which lies outside of the space-time continuum.
Convergence – From the Vanishing Point, Braniac travels throughout all time and space to collect cities from various timelines. He traps these locations under domes, much like how he previously bottled cities. Now Braniac is opening the domes to see what happens when these worlds collide.