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DC Universe Presents

Superman Legends #1, published by Titan Magazines.

DC Universe Presents is the name of two DC Comics publications. The first is part of the UK 'Collector's Edition' line of DC Comics published by Titan Magazines. Beginning March 2007, it was originally titled 'Superman Legends' and was published alongside Batman Legends. Titan also later released several other DC comics following on from the success of Superman and Batman Legends. The book was retitled as DC Universe Presents at issue 33 but despite the change in title and some of its content, the magazine continued the issue count of Superman Legends.

The book reprints DC Comics from the United States including Justice League, Superman and Green Lantern and is currently edited by Mark McKenzie-Ray.

The second was a title published as part of DC Comic's The New 52. The premise of the book was similar to that of DC's original Showcase and DC Comics Presents series. It would introduce characters and concepts into the rebooted universe. The final issue of this series, #19, was published in April 2013.[1]


  • Titan Magazine 1
    • Contents of Superman Legends 1.1
    • Change to DC Universe Presents 1.2
  • The New 52 2
  • See also 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Titan Magazine

Contents of Superman Legends

Stories that were printed in Superman Legends include:

Change to DC Universe Presents

Superman Legends became DC Universe Presents after issue 33. It continued the stories and issue count of Superman Legends while adding stories featuring other characters such as Green Lantern and Flash. Issue 40 featured no Superman content because of a focus on Green Lantern due to the film. Issue 43 marked the first time that any of The New 52 comic strips were published in the UK. It featured the first issues of the new Justice League, Action Comics and Green Lantern comics. According to the response to a fan letter, these stories are due to continue being printed in DC Universe Presents for the foreseeable future.

Titan have announced that an new comic, simply titled 'Superman' will launch on 30 May 2013.[2]

The New 52

DC Universe Presents
Publication information
Publisher DC Comics
Schedule Monthly
Format Ongoing series
Publication date September 2011–April 2013
Number of issues 19 and issue numbered 0
Main character(s) Various

This series presented multi-issue and single-issue stories about different DC characters, each by a different creative team. It was published in the First Wave of new comics that DC released under The New 52 banner after Flashpoint. The series ended with the 19th issue.[1]

  • Issue 18: Starfire[10]
    • Writer: Joe Keatinge
    • Artist: Federico Dallocchio

See also


  1. ^ a b c Nagorski, Alex. "JUSTICE LEAGUE Group Solicits". January 2013 solicits. DC Comics. Retrieved 14 January 2013. 
  2. ^
  3. ^ Campbell, Josie (August 30, 2011). """JENKINS DEFINES DEADMAN IN "DC UNIVERSE PRESENTS. Comic Book Resources. 
  4. ^ Montgomery, Paul (November 10, 2011). "AFTER DEADMAN, DC UNIVERSE PRESENTS…THE CHALLENGERS OF THE UNKNOWN". iFanboy. Retrieved 13 November 2012. 
  5. ^ """ROBINSON TAKES VANDAL SAVAGE TO "DCU PRESENTS. Comic Book Resources. February 3, 2012. Retrieved 13 November 2012. 
  6. ^ Campbell, Josie (May 30, 2012). "FABIAN NICIEZA "PRESENTS" KID FLASH". Comic Book Resources. 
  7. ^ Campbell, Josie (July 4, 2012). """EXCLUSIVE: ANDREYKO SEES BLACK & BLUE IN "DC UNIVERSE PRESENTS. Comic Book Resources. 
  8. ^ Rogers, Vaneta (October 18, 2012). "ANDREYKO Brings 'BLACK & BLUE' To the NEW 52". Newsarama. 
  9. ^ Nagorski, Alex (November 9, 2012). "Arsenal Takes Center Stage in DC UNIVERSE PRESENTS #17". DC Comics. 
  10. ^ Rogers, Vaneta. "DCU PRESENTS: STARFIRE in One-Shot Feature". Newsarama. Retrieved 7 December 2012. 

External links

  • Official Website
  • Titan Magazines home page
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