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Following up on this morning's shocking Wave Three announcements, here's what the Outhouse's DC Desk has learned.
From IGN: DC has finally freed themselves of the 52 stigmata and will be publishing more than 52 titles beginning in September. While this does not necessarily mean that all of DC's current titles are safe (Justice League International is confirmed to be cancelled), we may not see four Lobdell/Liefeld titles bite the dust anytime soon. We also received confirmation that Team Seven will feature Slade Wilson as opposed to Wade Wilson.
From USA Today: Talon will feature a liberated Talon named Calvin Rose, who has liberated himself from the Court of Owls. Unlike other Talons, Calvin is still alive and will lack the regenerative abilities found in other Court of Owls operatives. Talon's writer, James Tynion IV, was a student of Scott Snyder's at Sarah Lawrence College.
From i09: Swords and Sorcery's Amethyst will be a full-on reboot, featuring a seventeen year old version of the character learning her origins. The book will also feature a Beowulf adaptation set in an apocalyptic world.
From Newsarama: In an interview with Vaneta Rogers, Didio mentioned that DC Universe Presents #0 will feature stories from recently cancelled series such as Hawk and Dove, Blackhawks and Mr. Terrific.
Check out the covers to two of the books below!
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