The least stable Robin also has a new name. The difference is that this guy’s recruiting a whole team.
DC: The New 52
Dick Grayson, the original Robin, is back as Nightwing with a new colour scheme.
The companion title to Legion Lost shows a bit more promise.
This series, as with its previous incarnation, focusses mainly on the “other” Green Lanterns from around the Universe.
This title is different, in that each story arc will focus on a new lead character to give that individual more attention in the DCU. This time around, it’s Deadman’s turn.
Another member of the Bat family gets a solo title. This time, we get the first clear change of status quo that I’m aware of.
An old school DC hero gets a revamp in this title. Imagine if Superman were a soldier in the U.S. military, and you’ve got a very cursory view of this guy.
This is one of the New 52 titles that really does start from scratch. If you read the last Blue Beetle series, you’ll recognize a lot of what’s here, but Jaime has never been the Blue Beetle the first time we see him in this issue.
This title changes quite a bit in the relaunch. It’s still a group of female characters, but the roster and purpose have changed significantly.