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DC Shocker: Blue Beetle Cancelled

DC Shocker: Blue Beetle Cancelled

The series will end as of issue #16.



Source: DC Comics

DC has announced that Blue Beetle will end as of issue #16.  The series rebooted Jaime Reyes' origin story and was a pale comparison to Keith Giffen and John Rogers' take on the character.  Reyes will appear in Threshold, the new sci-fi series starting in January. 

In total, DC ended up cancelling three series today: Frankenstein: Agent of S.H.A.D.E., Grifter and Blue Beetle.  Obviously Man of Steel and Justice League of America will be replacing two of the cancelled series, but what will the third new series be?





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