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For the New Age of Heroes which was also meant as follow up on ''ComicBook/DarkNightsMetal'' refer to that page [[Creator/DarkMatter2017 here]] as DC solidly established that as it's own group of titles. It also takes place after ''ComicBook/DoomsdayClock'', depicting the DC Universe once again altered by Doctor Manhattan, but this time with the ComicBook/JusticeSocietyOfAmerica and the ComicBook/LegionOfSuperheroes restored to reality, combining the histories of the ''ComicBook/New52'' and ''ComicBook/PostCrisis'' into a bold new world with new adventures abound.

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For the New Age of Heroes which was also meant as follow up on ''ComicBook/DarkNightsMetal'' refer to that page [[Creator/DarkMatter2017 here]] as DC solidly established that as it's its own group of titles. It also takes place after ''ComicBook/DoomsdayClock'', depicting the DC Universe once again altered by [[ComicBook/{{Watchmen}} Doctor Manhattan, Manhattan]], but this time with the ComicBook/JusticeSocietyOfAmerica and the ComicBook/LegionOfSuperheroes ComicBook/LegionOfSuperHeroes restored to reality, combining the histories of the ''ComicBook/New52'' and ''ComicBook/PostCrisis'' into a bold new world with new adventures abound.

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A group of titles focused on various teams dealing with the consequences of ''ComicBook/DarkNightsMetal'' and ''ComicBook/JusticeLeagueNoJustice''
* '''''Justice League''''': In light of the Source Wall breaking the League tries to prepare for threats from the unknown while Lex Luthor strives for the opposite by forming the Legion of Doom.
* '''''Justice League Dark''''': When magic begins acting strangely across the globe Wonder Woman gathers a team of mystic experts consisting of Zatanna, John Constantine, Swamp Thing, Detective Chimp, and Man-Bat.
* '''''Justice League Odyssey''''': With an entire new sector of space created during ''No Justice'' Cyborg leads a team to explore the stars consisting of Jessica Cruz, Starfire, Azrael, and ... ''Darkseid?!''
* '''''Titans''''': When a piece of the broken Source Wall lands on Earth and starts randomly granting people superpowers Nightwing assembles a new team of Titans made up of Raven, Beast Boy, Donna Troy, Miss Martian, and Steel (Natasha Irons) to contain the situation. Continues from the Rebirth numbering.
* '''''Teen Titans''''': Having grown disillusioned with the failures of older heroes Damian Wayne puts together a new team to handle supervillain threats... permanently. Continues from the Rebirth numbering.

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A group of titles focused on various teams dealing with the consequences of ''ComicBook/DarkNightsMetal'' and ''ComicBook/JusticeLeagueNoJustice''
''ComicBook/JusticeLeagueNoJustice''.
* '''''Justice League''''': '''''Franchise/{{Justice League|OfAmerica}}''''': In light of the Source Wall breaking breaking, the League tries to prepare for threats from the unknown while Lex Luthor ComicBook/LexLuthor strives for the opposite by forming the Legion of Doom.LegionOfDoom.
* '''''Justice League Dark''''': '''''ComicBook/JusticeLeagueDark''''': When magic begins acting strangely across the globe Wonder Woman globe, Franchise/WonderWoman gathers a team of mystic experts consisting of Zatanna, John Constantine, Swamp Thing, ComicBook/{{Zatanna}}, ComicBook/JohnConstantine, ComicBook/SwampThing, Detective Chimp, and Man-Bat.
* '''''Justice League Odyssey''''': With an entire new sector of space created during ''No Justice'' Cyborg Justice'', ComicBook/{{Cyborg}} leads a team to explore the stars consisting of Jessica Cruz, Starfire, Azrael, ComicBook/{{Starfire}}, ComicBook/{{Azrael}}, and ... ''Darkseid?!''
''ComicBook/{{Darkseid}}?!''
* '''''Titans''''': When a piece of the broken Source Wall lands on Earth and starts randomly granting people superpowers Nightwing superpowers, ComicBook/{{Nightwing}} assembles a new team of Titans made up of Raven, ComicBook/{{Raven}}, Beast Boy, Donna Troy, Miss Martian, and Steel (Natasha Irons) to contain the situation. Continues from the Rebirth numbering.
* '''''Teen Titans''''': '''''ComicBook/TeenTitans''''': Having grown disillusioned with the failures of older heroes heroes, Damian Wayne puts together a new team to handle supervillain threats... permanently. Continues from the Rebirth numbering.



* '''''ComicBook/ManOfSteel2018''''': A new villain appears to kill Superman... one that has ties to the destruction of Krypton.
* '''''ComicBook/BrianMichaelBendisSuperman''''': Following on from ''Man of Steel'' Superman is forced to reflect on his place in the world... while Clark Kent has to reflect on life without his wife and son.
* '''''Supergirl''''': Kara Zor-El sets out into the stars to discover the truth behind Krypton's destruction, which proves to be a greater mystery than she could have imagined. Continues from the Rebirth numbering.

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* '''''ComicBook/ManOfSteel2018''''': A new villain appears to kill Superman...Franchise/{{Superman}}... one that has ties to the destruction of Krypton.
* '''''ComicBook/BrianMichaelBendisSuperman''''': Following on from ''Man of Steel'' Steel'', Superman is forced to reflect on his place in the world... while Clark Kent has to reflect on life without his wife and son.
* '''''Supergirl''''': '''''ComicBook/{{Supergirl}}''''': Kara Zor-El sets out into the stars to discover the truth behind Krypton's destruction, which proves to be a greater mystery than she could have imagined. Continues from the Rebirth numbering.



* '''''Hawkman''''': Carter Hall discovers that his history of reincarnation goes back further than he realized and is tied to a mystery spanning ages.
* '''''Catwoman''''': Following the wedding of Batman and Catwoman, Selina Kyle leaves Gotham for some time to herself only to wind up dead center in a conspiracy focused on her alter ego.
* '''''The Green Lantern''''': A look into the day to day life of Hal Jordan as he goes about his duties as a SpaceCop.
* '''''Shazam!''''': Billy Batson and his surrogate family unlock the mysteries of the Rock of Eternity and discover the secrets of magic itself.
* '''''Batman and the Outsiders''''': Having discovered the secrets of the Brainiac Files Batman puts together a new team to handle the threats that have been revealed.

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* '''''Hawkman''''': '''''ComicBook/{{Hawkman}}''''': Carter Hall discovers that his history of reincarnation goes back further than he realized and is tied to a mystery spanning ages.
* '''''Catwoman''''': '''''ComicBook/{{Catwoman}}''''': Following [[ComicBook/BatmanRebirth the wedding of Batman and Catwoman, Catwoman]], Selina Kyle leaves Gotham for some time to herself only to wind up dead center in a conspiracy focused on her alter ego.
* '''''The Green Lantern''''': Franchise/GreenLantern''''': A look into the day to day day-to-day life of Hal Jordan as he goes about his duties as a SpaceCop.
* '''''Shazam!''''': '''''ComicBook/{{Shazam}}!''''': Billy Batson and his surrogate family unlock the mysteries of the Rock of Eternity and discover the secrets of magic itself.
* '''''Batman and the Outsiders''''': '''''ComicBook/BatmanAndTheOutsiders''''': Having discovered the secrets of the Brainiac Files Batman Files, Franchise/{{Batman}} puts together a new team to handle the threats that have been revealed.



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* '''''Plastic Man''''': Plastic Man finds himself in the middle of a conspiracy that may be targeting the Justice League. Six issues.

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* '''''Plastic Man''''': '''''ComicBook/PlasticMan''''': Plastic Man finds himself in the middle of a conspiracy that may be targeting the Justice League. Six issues.



* '''''Heroes In Crisis''''': Tragedy strikes the superhero community following an attack at the mysterious Sanctuary. Nine issues.
* '''''Electric Warriors''''': Earth emerges from [[ComicBook/{{Kamandi}} the Great Disaster]] only to discover a universe on the brink of war where a fragile peace is maintained by diplomatic gladiators known as Electric Warriors. Six issues.
* '''''Freedom Fighters''''': On the Nazi Regime dominated Earth-X the Freedom Fighters work to reignite the American spirit- the literal one known as Uncle Sam. Twelve issues.
* '''''Martian Manhunter''''': J'onn J'onzz must solve a murder mystery that brings him back to his long dead world of Mars. Twelve issues.

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* '''''Heroes In Crisis''''': '''''ComicBook/HeroesInCrisis''''': Tragedy strikes the superhero community following an attack at the mysterious Sanctuary. Nine issues.
* '''''Electric Warriors''''': Earth emerges from [[ComicBook/{{Kamandi}} the Great Disaster]] Disaster]], only to discover a universe on the brink of war where a fragile peace is maintained by diplomatic gladiators known as Electric Warriors. Six issues.
* '''''Freedom Fighters''''': '''''ComicBook/FreedomFighters''''': On the Nazi Regime dominated Earth-X Earth-X, the Freedom Fighters work to reignite the American spirit- spirit: the literal one known as Uncle Sam. Twelve issues.
* '''''Martian Manhunter''''': '''''ComicBook/MartianManhunter''''': J'onn J'onzz must solve a murder mystery that brings him back to his long dead world of Mars. Twelve issues.



* AlternateCompanyEquivalent: Hawkman serves as one to Wolverine. Both are empowered by metal with unusual properties, seek out memories of their forgotten past, and are essentially immortal in different ways.
** Plastic Man comes across as one to Deadpool. Both seek to make amends for their criminal past, have a SadClown facade to cope with their own self-loathing and are ultimately morally complex while acting like an uncaring jerk. Very blatant in issue #2 of the mini-series where he makes pop-culture shoutouts and even breaks the fourth wall.

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* AlternateCompanyEquivalent: AlternateCompanyEquivalent:
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Hawkman serves as one to Wolverine.ComicBook/{{Wolverine}}. Both are empowered by metal with unusual properties, seek out memories of their forgotten past, and are essentially immortal in different ways.
** Plastic Man comes across as one to Deadpool.ComicBook/{{Deadpool}}. Both seek to make amends for their criminal past, have a SadClown facade to cope with their own self-loathing and are ultimately morally complex while acting like an uncaring jerk. Very blatant in issue #2 of the mini-series where he makes pop-culture shoutouts {{shout out}}s and even breaks the fourth wall.



** The Still Force, an inverse of the Speed Force that normally fuels the power of speedsters. As such it can disrupt Speed Force powers and slow others down.
* BrokenPedestal: Following the invasion of the Dark Multiverse and the Source Wall breaking the Justice League has been subjected to this. Formerly ardent supporters and stalwart allies have come to see them as nothing but flawed and ineffectual while before they were Earth's first line of defense against the unknown. Green Arrow, who was almost driven to tears at being offered membership in the League, outright tells them that Waller's belief that they've been cleaning up messes that they caused is absolutely correct.
** On a smaller level there is Damian Wayne and Wallace West in ''Titans'' who have both grown tired of the flaws that their mentors have and form a new team to do things their own way.

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** The Still Force, an inverse of the Speed Force that normally fuels the power of speedsters. As such such, it can disrupt Speed Force powers and slow others down.
* BrokenPedestal: BrokenPedestal:
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Following the invasion of the Dark Multiverse and the Source Wall breaking breaking, the Justice League has been subjected to this. Formerly ardent supporters and stalwart allies have come to see them as nothing but flawed and ineffectual ineffectual, while before they were Earth's first line of defense against the unknown. Green Arrow, ComicBook/GreenArrow, who was almost driven to tears at being offered membership in the League, outright tells them that Waller's belief that they've been cleaning up messes that they caused is absolutely correct.
** On a smaller level level, there is Damian Wayne and Wallace West in ''Titans'' who have both grown tired of the flaws that their mentors have and form a new team to do things their own way.



* MythologyGag:
** In an UltimateUniverse like fashion the ''Justice League'' title draws on a mixture of influences from the comics (Cyborg and Martian Manhunter as members of the League), ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'' (John Stewart and Hawkgirl as members of the League while Hal Jordan is absent), and ''WesternAnimation/{{Superfriends}}'' (the Legion of Doom as the main enemies, Sinestro's uniform being the one from that show).

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* MythologyGag:
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MythologyGag: In an UltimateUniverse like fashion UltimateUniverse-like fashion, the ''Justice League'' title draws on a mixture of influences from the comics (Cyborg and Martian Manhunter as members of the League), ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'' (John Stewart and Hawkgirl as members of the League while Hal Jordan is absent), and ''WesternAnimation/{{Superfriends}}'' (the Legion of Doom as the main enemies, Sinestro's uniform being the one from that show).



* OpenSecret: The existence of Sanctuary. It isn't widely known about (Green Arrow doesn't know of it when Roy Harper mentions it)and most of the superpowered community doesn't know it even exists but those aware of it don't have compunctions about bringing it up to those who aren't. It seems to be more of a private location where those needing help are sent on an as-needed basis rather than an outright secret.

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* OpenSecret: The existence of Sanctuary. It isn't widely known about (Green Arrow doesn't know of it when Roy Harper mentions it)and it) and most of the superpowered community doesn't know it even exists exists, but those aware of it don't have compunctions about bringing it up to those who aren't. It seems to be more of a private location where those needing help are sent on an as-needed basis rather than an outright secret.



** Tempest, Lilith, Bumblebee, and Aqualad are all absent while their teammates are still active.

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** Tempest, Lilith, Bumblebee, and Aqualad are all absent absent, while their teammates are still active.



* ThereAreNoTherapists: So very much averted. Sanctuary is a place created explicitly to help superpowered beings and costumed vigilantes cope with the traumas of their unique lifestyles.

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* ThereAreNoTherapists: So very much averted. Sanctuary is a place created explicitly to help superpowered beings and costumed vigilantes cope with the traumas of their unique lifestyles.lifestyles.
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For the New Age of Heroes which was also meant as follow up on ''ComicBook/DarkNightsMetal'' refer to that page [[Creator/DarkMatter2017 here]] as DC solidly established that as it's own group of titles.

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For the New Age of Heroes which was also meant as follow up on ''ComicBook/DarkNightsMetal'' refer to that page [[Creator/DarkMatter2017 here]] as DC solidly established that as it's own group of titles. \n It also takes place after ''ComicBook/DoomsdayClock'', depicting the DC Universe once again altered by Doctor Manhattan, but this time with the ComicBook/JusticeSocietyOfAmerica and the ComicBook/LegionOfSuperheroes restored to reality, combining the histories of the ''ComicBook/New52'' and ''ComicBook/PostCrisis'' into a bold new world with new adventures abound.


* '''''Teen Titans''''': Having grown disillusioned with the failures of older heroes Damien Wayne puts together a new team to handle supervillain threats... permanently. Continues from the Rebirth numbering.

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* '''''Teen Titans''''': Having grown disillusioned with the failures of older heroes Damien Damian Wayne puts together a new team to handle supervillain threats... permanently. Continues from the Rebirth numbering.



* '''''The Batman Who Laughs''''': The Batman Who Laughs returns to torment Batman with a new dark plan.
* '''''Heroes In Crisis''''': Tragedy strikes the superhero community following an attack at the mysterious Sanctuary. Seven issues.

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* '''''The Batman Who Laughs''''': The Batman Who Laughs returns to torment Batman with a new dark plan. Six issues.
* '''''Heroes In Crisis''''': Tragedy strikes the superhero community following an attack at the mysterious Sanctuary. Seven Nine issues.



** On a smaller level there is Damien Wayne and Wallace West in ''Titans'' who have both grown tired of the flaws that their mentors have and form a new team to do things their own way.

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** On a smaller level there is Damien Damian Wayne and Wallace West in ''Titans'' who have both grown tired of the flaws that their mentors have and form a new team to do things their own way.

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* '''''Freedom Fighters''''': On the Nazi Regime dominated Earth-X the Freedom Fighters work to reignite the American spirit- the literal one known as Uncle Sam. Twelve issues.
* '''''Martian Manhunter''''': J'onn J'onzz must solve a murder mystery that brings him back to his long dead world of Mars. Twelve issues.

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* '''''Batman and the Outsiders''''': Having discovered the secrets of the Brainiac Files Batman puts together a new team to handle the threats that have been revealed.


* '''''Electric Warriors''''': Earth emerges from [[ComicBook/{{Kamandi}} the Great Disaster]] only to discover a universe on the brink of war where a fragile peace is maintained by diplomatic gladiators known as Electric Warriors. Six issues.



* AlternateCompanyEquivalent: Hawkman serves as one to Wolverine. Both are empowered by metal with unusual properties, seek out memories of their forgotten past, and are essentially immortal in different ways.
** Plastic Man comes across as one to Deadpool. Both seek to make amends for their criminal past, have a SadClown facade to cope with their own self-loathing and are ultimately morally complex while acting like an uncaring jerk. Very blatant in issue #2 of the mini-series where he makes pop-culture shoutouts and even breaks the fourth wall.



** The Invisible Spectrum, aspects of the Emotional Spectrum used by the various Lantern Corps that is based on emotions that are usually suppressed by others. It manifests as the Ultraviolet light that seems to be powered by hatred and causes those that wield it to be controlled by a sentient black sun called Umbrax.

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** The Invisible Spectrum, aspects of the Emotional Spectrum used by the various Lantern Corps that is based on emotions that are usually suppressed by others. It manifests as the Ultraviolet light that seems to be powered by hatred shame and causes those that wield it to be controlled by a sentient black sun called Umbrax.Umbrax . WordOfGod has it that there are other types as well.


* OpenSecret: The existence of Sanctuary. It isn't widely known about (Green Arrow doesn't know of it when Roy Harper mentions it)and most of the superpowered community doesn't know it even exists but those aware of it don't have compunctions about bringing it up to those who aren't. It seems to be more of a private location where those needing help are sent on an as-needed basis rather than an outright secret.



** Jon Kent is no longer present as a result of the events of ''ComicBook/ManOfSteel2018''.

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** Jon Kent is no longer present as a result of the events of ''ComicBook/ManOfSteel2018''.''ComicBook/ManOfSteel2018''.
* ThereAreNoTherapists: So very much averted. Sanctuary is a place created explicitly to help superpowered beings and costumed vigilantes cope with the traumas of their unique lifestyles.


* BrokenPedastal: Following the invasion of the Dark Multiverse and the Source Wall breaking the Justice League has been subjected to this. Formerly ardent supporters and stalwart allies have come to see them as nothing but flawed and ineffectual while before they were Earth's first line of defense against the unknown. Green Arrow, who was almost driven to tears at being offered membership in the League, outright tells them that Waller's belief that they've been cleaning up messes that they caused is absolutely correct.

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* BrokenPedastal: BrokenPedestal: Following the invasion of the Dark Multiverse and the Source Wall breaking the Justice League has been subjected to this. Formerly ardent supporters and stalwart allies have come to see them as nothing but flawed and ineffectual while before they were Earth's first line of defense against the unknown. Green Arrow, who was almost driven to tears at being offered membership in the League, outright tells them that Waller's belief that they've been cleaning up messes that they caused is absolutely correct.



* KyrptoniteRing: Martian Manhunter entrusts Green Arrow with a box that can be used to destroy the Justice League should it ever prove necessary.

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* KyrptoniteRing: KryptoniteRing: Martian Manhunter entrusts Green Arrow with a box that can be used to destroy the Justice League should it ever prove necessary.



* NothingIsTheSameAnymore: The very nature of the DC Universe was altered by the Source Wall breaking at the end of ''ComicBook/DarkNightsMetal''. Seven hidden forces can now be accessed, magic has begun to fail, an entire new sector of space was basically created during the events of ''No Justice'', BrokenPedastal is now in effect on the Justice League, etc.

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* NothingIsTheSameAnymore: The very nature of the DC Universe was altered by the Source Wall breaking at the end of ''ComicBook/DarkNightsMetal''. Seven hidden forces can now be accessed, magic has begun to fail, an entire new sector of space was basically created during the events of ''No Justice'', BrokenPedastal BrokenPedestal is now in effect on the Justice League, etc.


* '''''Teen Titans''''': Having grown disillusioned with the failures of older heroes Damien Wayne puts together a new team to handle superhero threats... permanently. Continues from the Rebirth numbering.

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* '''''Teen Titans''''': Having grown disillusioned with the failures of older heroes Damien Wayne puts together a new team to handle superhero supervillain threats... permanently. Continues from the Rebirth numbering.



* '''''Plastic Man''''': Plastic Man finds himself in the middle of a conspiracy that may be targeting the Justice League.
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* '''''Plastic Man''''': Plastic Man finds himself in the middle of a conspiracy that may be targeting the Justice League. Six issues.
[[/folder]]* '''''The Batman Who Laughs''''': The Batman Who Laughs returns to torment Batman with a new dark plan.
* '''''Heroes In Crisis''''': Tragedy strikes the superhero community following an attack at the mysterious Sanctuary. Seven issues.
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!! DC Universe provides examples of the following tropes:
* BackgroundMagicField: The Legion of Doom's plan is to harness seven hidden forces that are accessible now that the Source Wall has broken. It's also noted that the forces are interconnected to each other. These consist of:
** The Invisible Spectrum, aspects of the Emotional Spectrum used by the various Lantern Corps that is based on emotions that are usually suppressed by others. It manifests as the Ultraviolet light that seems to be powered by hatred and causes those that wield it to be controlled by a sentient black sun called Umbrax.
** The Still Force, an inverse of the Speed Force that normally fuels the power of speedsters. As such it can disrupt Speed Force powers and slow others down.
* BrokenPedastal: Following the invasion of the Dark Multiverse and the Source Wall breaking the Justice League has been subjected to this. Formerly ardent supporters and stalwart allies have come to see them as nothing but flawed and ineffectual while before they were Earth's first line of defense against the unknown. Green Arrow, who was almost driven to tears at being offered membership in the League, outright tells them that Waller's belief that they've been cleaning up messes that they caused is absolutely correct.
** On a smaller level there is Damien Wayne and Wallace West in ''Titans'' who have both grown tired of the flaws that their mentors have and form a new team to do things their own way.
* GottaCatchThemAll: Lex's plan in ''Justice League'' is to harness seven hidden forces that can now be accessed following the Source Wall breaking.
* KyrptoniteRing: Martian Manhunter entrusts Green Arrow with a box that can be used to destroy the Justice League should it ever prove necessary.
* MythologyGag:
** In an UltimateUniverse like fashion the ''Justice League'' title draws on a mixture of influences from the comics (Cyborg and Martian Manhunter as members of the League), ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'' (John Stewart and Hawkgirl as members of the League while Hal Jordan is absent), and ''WesternAnimation/{{Superfriends}}'' (the Legion of Doom as the main enemies, Sinestro's uniform being the one from that show).
* NothingIsTheSameAnymore: The very nature of the DC Universe was altered by the Source Wall breaking at the end of ''ComicBook/DarkNightsMetal''. Seven hidden forces can now be accessed, magic has begun to fail, an entire new sector of space was basically created during the events of ''No Justice'', BrokenPedastal is now in effect on the Justice League, etc.
* PutOnABus:
** Tempest, Lilith, Bumblebee, and Aqualad are all absent while their teammates are still active.
** Jon Kent is no longer present as a result of the events of ''ComicBook/ManOfSteel2018''.

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!Other
* '''''Hawkman''''': Carter Hall discovers that his history of reincarnation goes back further than he realized and is tied to a mystery spanning ages.
* '''''Catwoman''''': Following the wedding of Batman and Catwoman, Selina Kyle leaves Gotham for some time to herself only to wind up dead center in a conspiracy focused on her alter ego.
* '''''The Green Lantern''''': A look into the day to day life of Hal Jordan as he goes about his duties as a SpaceCop.
* '''''Shazam!''''': Billy Batson and his surrogate family unlock the mysteries of the Rock of Eternity and discover the secrets of magic itself.
[[/folder]]
[[folder: Limited series]]
* '''''Plastic Man''''': Plastic Man finds himself in the middle of a conspiracy that may be targeting the Justice League.


For the New Age of Heroes which was also meant as follow up on ''ComicBook/DarkNightsMetal'' refer to that page [[Creator/DarkMatter2017 here]] as DC solidly established that as it's own group of titles.

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For the New Age of Heroes which was also meant as follow up on ''ComicBook/DarkNightsMetal'' refer to that page [[Creator/DarkMatter2017 here]] as DC solidly established that as it's own group of titles.

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!New Justice
A group of titles focused on various teams dealing with the consequences of ''ComicBook/DarkNightsMetal'' and ''ComicBook/JusticeLeagueNoJustice''
* '''''Justice League''''': In light of the Source Wall breaking the League tries to prepare for threats from the unknown while Lex Luthor strives for the opposite by forming the Legion of Doom.
* '''''Justice League Dark''''': When magic begins acting strangely across the globe Wonder Woman gathers a team of mystic experts consisting of Zatanna, John Constantine, Swamp Thing, Detective Chimp, and Man-Bat.
* '''''Justice League Odyssey''''': With an entire new sector of space created during ''No Justice'' Cyborg leads a team to explore the stars consisting of Jessica Cruz, Starfire, Azrael, and ... ''Darkseid?!''
* '''''Titans''''': When a piece of the broken Source Wall lands on Earth and starts randomly granting people superpowers Nightwing assembles a new team of Titans made up of Raven, Beast Boy, Donna Troy, Miss Martian, and Steel (Natasha Irons) to contain the situation. Continues from the Rebirth numbering.
* '''''Teen Titans''''': Having grown disillusioned with the failures of older heroes Damien Wayne puts together a new team to handle superhero threats... permanently. Continues from the Rebirth numbering.

!Franchise/{{Superman}}
* '''''ComicBook/ManOfSteel2018''''': A new villain appears to kill Superman... one that has ties to the destruction of Krypton.
* '''''ComicBook/BrianMichaelBendisSuperman''''': Following on from ''Man of Steel'' Superman is forced to reflect on his place in the world... while Clark Kent has to reflect on life without his wife and son.
* '''''Supergirl''''': Kara Zor-El sets out into the stars to discover the truth behind Krypton's destruction, which proves to be a greater mystery than she could have imagined. Continues from the Rebirth numbering.
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'''''DC Universe''''' is a 2018 ReTool of Creator/DCComics following the official dissolution of the ''ComicBook/DCRebirth'' name.

While publishing wise the titles and numbering that were started by ''ComicBook/DCRebirth'' are being continued, narrative wise several titles are receiving a soft overhaul as a result of events in ''ComicBook/DarkNightsMetal'' and ''ComicBook/JusticeLeagueNoJustice''.

For series published and storylines begun during ''DC Rebirth'' refer to that page [[ComicBook/DCRebirth here]], though titles overhauled as part of the brand or series connected to ongoing ''Rebirth'' titles but published after the Rebirth title officially being ended will be covered here.

For the New Age of Heroes which was also meant as follow up on ''ComicBook/DarkNightsMetal'' refer to that page [[Creator/DarkMatter2017 here]] as DC solidly established that as it's own group of titles.

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