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Demon Knights & Dial H Gets The DC Comics August Axe, Too

I think my count is up to four books that will be cancelled by DC Comics as of August.

Legion of Superheroes and Threshold.

And now two new ones with Demon Knights and Dial H.

I wasn’t a fan of either of the New 52 relaunches of LOSH or Demon Knights, never read Dial H, and Threshold didn’t seem to catch on as it lasted only 8 issues.

Maybe four new Batman titles to replace them?

 

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DEMON KNIGHTS #23

Written by ROBERT VENDITTI

Art by CHAD HARDIN and WAYNE FAUCHER

Cover by HOWARD PORTER

On sale AUGUST 14 ? 32 pg, FC, $2.99 US ? RATED T ? FINAL ISSUE

The Knights are running out of options as they try to protect the Holy Grail! Plus, the fate of the Black Diamond is revealed!

 

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DIAL H #15

Written by CHINA MIEVILLE

Art by ALBERTO PONTICELLI and DAN GREEN

Cover by BRIAN BOLLAND

On sale AUGUST 7 ? 48 pg, FC, $4.99 US ? RATED T+ ? FINAL ISSUE

This extra-sized conclusion to the epic DIAL H series has all the answers you?ve been looking for, and more questions you didn?t even think to ask! Stay on the line! The entire universe is at stake!

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X-O Manowar’s Robert Venditti Is New Writer On Demon Knights

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DC Comics announced that Robert Venditti, currently writing X-O Manowar for Valiant Comics, is the new writer on Demon Knights.

Venditti will be taking over Demon Knights with Bernard Chang starting with January’s issue #16.

With DEMON KNIGHTS, writer Paul Cornell built a rich world and populated it with unique characters that any writer would want to get their hands on. Add to that a chance for me to work with artist Bernard Chang, and it was really a no-brainer. When editor Chris Conroy reached out to me, my first thought was, where do I sign?” Venditti told THE SOURCE.

“DEMON KNIGHTS is unlike any other series on the stands, and I’m going to do my best to continue that,” the writer continued. “For the next few issues, readers will find the team—if such a disparate band of misfits can be called a “team”—battling an enemy that reaches far back into the history of the DC Universe. And it’s going to be a battle from which everyone will emerge changed in profound ways.

Pictured: Demon Knights #1 cover

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