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* ''The Other History of the DC Universe'' -- [[/index]]A "literary" recounting of [[Franchise/TheDCU DC Universe]] history that focuses on characters from marginalized groups. Written by John Ridley and drawn by TBA.[[index]]

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* %%* ''The Other History of the DC Universe'' -- [[/index]]A "literary" recounting of [[Franchise/TheDCU DC Universe]] history that focuses on characters from marginalized groups. Written by John Ridley and drawn by TBA.[[index]][[index]] Been announced as canceled


** ''The Last God'' -- The First book, taking place 30 years after a band of heroes had supposedly killed the last living god, Mol Uhltep, an eldritch creature who's kind once plagued and ravaged the lands. However, it would seem the legends lie as the supposedly dead Mol Uhltep makes a chilling return, bent on gruesome revenge. Written by Phillip Kennedy Johnson and drawn by Riccardo Federci and Sunny Gho with Dean White.

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** ''The Last God'' -- The First first book, taking place 30 years after a band of heroes had supposedly killed the last living god, Mol Uhltep, an eldritch creature who's kind once plagued and ravaged the lands. However, it would seem the legends lie as the supposedly dead Mol Uhltep makes a chilling return, bent on gruesome revenge. Written by Phillip Kennedy Johnson and drawn by Riccardo Federci and Sunny Gho with Dean White.


* ''The Dark Knight Returns: The Golden Child'' --[[/index]] The fourth chapter of Creator/FrankMiller's iconic ''ComicBook/TheDarkKnightReturns'' saga, in which Lara Kent and Carrie Kelly, the new Batgirl and Supergirl, dealing with Lara's younger brother, Jonathan Kent, as he comes into his immense power, which could have catastrophic repercussions. Written by Creator/FrankMiller and drawn by Rafael Grampa.[[index]]



** ''The Last God'' -- Taking place 30 years after a band of heroes had supposedly killed the last living god, Mol Uhltep, an eldritch creature who's kind once plagued and ravaged the lands. However, it would seem the legends lie as the supposedly dead Mol Uhltep makes a chilling return, bent on gruesome revenge. Written by Phillip Kennedy Johnson and drawn by Riccardo Federci and Sunny Gho with Dean White.[[index]]

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** ''The Last God'' -- Taking The First book, taking place 30 years after a band of heroes had supposedly killed the last living god, Mol Uhltep, an eldritch creature who's kind once plagued and ravaged the lands. However, it would seem the legends lie as the supposedly dead Mol Uhltep makes a chilling return, bent on gruesome revenge. Written by Phillip Kennedy Johnson and drawn by Riccardo Federci and Sunny Gho with Dean White.White.
*** ''The Last God: Tales from the Book of Ages'' -- A {{sourcebook}} detailing the setting for use with 5th edition ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons''.
*** ''The Last God: Songs of Lost Children'' -- One shot showing the journey of Queen Cyanthe from innocent girl to warrior.
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* ''ComicBook/StrangeAdventures2020'' -- ComicBook/AdamStrange's post-space war life turns sideways when an angry man gets killed.



* ''The Dark Knight Returns: The Golden Child'' --[[/index]] The fourth chapter of Creator/FrankMiller's iconic ''ComicBook/TheDarkKnightReturns'' saga, in which Lara Kent and Carrie Kelly, the new Batgirl and Supergirl, dealing with Lara's younger brother, Jonathan Kent, as he comes into his immense power, which could have catastrophic repercussions. Written by Creator/FrankMiller and drawn by Rafael Grampa.[[index]]
* ''ComicBook/StrangeAdventures2020'' -- ComicBook/AdamStrange's post-space war life turns sideways when an angry man gets killed.


* ''Batman: Three Jokers'' -- Picking up on the ComicBook/DCRebirth revelation that there have been three different [[ComicBook/TheJoker Jokers]] throughout history. Written by Creator/GeoffJohns and drawn by Jason Fabok.

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* ''Batman: Three Jokers'' -- Picking up on the ComicBook/DCRebirth revelation that there have been three different [[ComicBook/TheJoker Jokers]] throughout history. Written by Creator/GeoffJohns and drawn by Jason Fabok.[[index]]
* ''The Fellspyre Chronicles'' -- [[/index]] An original heavily dark HighFantasy saga and set in the fantastical realm of Cain Anuun around the kingdom of Fellspyre.
** ''The Last God'' -- Taking place 30 years after a band of heroes had supposedly killed the last living god, Mol Uhltep, an eldritch creature who's kind once plagued and ravaged the lands. However, it would seem the legends lie as the supposedly dead Mol Uhltep makes a chilling return, bent on gruesome revenge. Written by Phillip Kennedy Johnson and drawn by Riccardo Federci and Sunny Gho with Dean White.[[index]]



* ''The Last God'' -- [[/index]]An original heavily dark HighFantasy saga and the first of the Fellspyre Chronicles, featuring the fantastical realm of Cain Anuun in the kingdom of Fellspyre 30 years after a band of heroes had supposedly killed the last living god, Mol Uhltep, an eldritch creature who's kind once plagued and ravaged the lands. However, it would seem the legends lie as the supposedly dead Mol Uhltep makes a chilling return, bent on gruesome revenge. Written by Phillip Kennedy Johnson and drawn by Riccardo Federci and Sunny Gho with Dean White.[[index]]


* CanonDiscontinuity: WordOfGod has confirmed that some of the titles were originally pitched as in-canon storylines but were folded into the Black Label to allow more breathing room a la BroadStrokes.

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* CanonDiscontinuity: WordOfGod has confirmed that some of the titles were originally pitched as in-canon storylines but were folded into the Black Label to allow more breathing room a la BroadStrokes.continuity-wise.


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* {{Retool}}: Black Label was retooled twice in its first two years. It was initially pitched as an imprint for creator-driven, out-of-continuity books. Then standalone, but in-continuity stories like ''Three Jokers'' were announced as being published under the Black Label imprint. And then, with the shuttering of Vertigo, it was announced that both former Vertigo books and standalone graphic novels would be reprinted in Black Label trade dress too.


* ''Wonder Woman: Diana's Daughter'' -- [[index]]Twenty years after superheroes have been phased out of society, a young woman rises to become a new beacon of hope for the world. Written by Creator/GregRucka and drawn by TBA.[[/index]]
* ''Wonder Woman Historia: The Amazons'' -- A "Creator/{{Homer}}ic" epic about the history of Queen Hippolyta and the Amazons, before Steve Trevor washed up ashore on Themyscira. Written by Creator/KellySueDeConnick and drawn by Phil Jimenez.

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* ''Wonder Woman: Diana's Daughter'' -- [[index]]Twenty [[/index]]Twenty years after superheroes have been phased out of society, a young woman rises to become a new beacon of hope for the world. Written by Creator/GregRucka and drawn by TBA.[[/index]]
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* ''Wonder Woman Historia: The Amazons'' -- A [[/index]]A "Creator/{{Homer}}ic" epic about the history of Queen Hippolyta and the Amazons, before Steve Trevor washed up ashore on Themyscira. Written by Creator/KellySueDeConnick and drawn by Phil Jimenez.[[index]]


* ''Joker: Killer Smile'' -- [[index]]The Joker has a fateful encounter with a mental health professional...who is ''not'' Harley Quinn. Written by Creator/JeffLemire and drawn by Andrea Sorrentino.[[index]]

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* ''Joker: Killer Smile'' -- [[index]]The [[/index]]The Joker has a fateful encounter with a mental health professional...who is ''not'' Harley Quinn. Written by Creator/JeffLemire and drawn by Andrea Sorrentino.[[index]]


* ''Joker/Harley: Criminal Sanity'': A SerialKiller plagues Gotham City and profiler Harley Quinn is brought in to help apprehend him. Written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Mico Suayan and Mike Mayhew.
* ''Joker: Killer Smile'' -- The Joker has a fateful encounter with a mental health professional...who is ''not'' Harley Quinn. Written by Creator/JeffLemire and drawn by Andrea Sorrentino.
* ''The Other History of the DC Universe'' -- A "literary" recounting of [[Franchise/TheDCU DC Universe]] history that focuses on characters from marginalized groups. Written by John Ridley and drawn by TBA.

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* ''Joker/Harley: Criminal Sanity'': A Sanity'' -- [[/index]]A SerialKiller plagues Gotham City and profiler Harley Quinn is brought in to help apprehend him. Written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Mico Suayan and Mike Mayhew.
Mayhew.[[index]]
* ''Joker: Killer Smile'' -- The [[index]]The Joker has a fateful encounter with a mental health professional...who is ''not'' Harley Quinn. Written by Creator/JeffLemire and drawn by Andrea Sorrentino.
Sorrentino.[[index]]
* ''The Other History of the DC Universe'' -- A [[/index]]A "literary" recounting of [[Franchise/TheDCU DC Universe]] history that focuses on characters from marginalized groups. Written by John Ridley and drawn by TBA.[[index]]



* ''Superman: Year One'' -- A retelling of Superman's origin story. Written by Creator/FrankMiller and drawn by John Romita Jr.

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* ''Superman: Year One'' -- A [[/index]]A retelling of Superman's origin story. Written by Creator/FrankMiller and drawn by John Romita Jr.[[index]]



* ''Wonder Woman: Diana's Daughter'' -- Twenty years after superheroes have been phased out of society, a young woman rises to become a new beacon of hope for the world. Written by Creator/GregRucka and drawn by TBA.

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* ''Wonder Woman: Diana's Daughter'' -- Twenty [[index]]Twenty years after superheroes have been phased out of society, a young woman rises to become a new beacon of hope for the world. Written by Creator/GregRucka and drawn by TBA.[[/index]]



* ''The Dark Knight Returns: The Golden Child'' -- The fourth chapter of Frank Miller's iconic ''Dark Knight'' saga, in which Lara Kent and Carrie Kelly, the new Batgirl and Supergirl, dealing with Lara's younger brother, Jonathan Kent, as he comes into his immense power, which could have catastrophic repercussions. Written by Creator/FrankMiller and drawn by Rafael Grampa.
* ''The Last God'' -- An original heavily dark HighFantasy saga and the first of the Fellspyre Chronicles, featuring the fantastical realm of Cain Anuun in the kingdom of Fellspyre 30 years after a band of heroes had supposedly killed the last living god, Mol Uhltep, an eldritch creature who's kind once plagued and ravaged the lands. However, it would seem the legends lie as the supposedly dead Mol Uhltep makes a chilling return, bent on gruesome revenge. Written by Phillip Kennedy Johnson and drawn by Riccardo Federci and Sunny Gho with Dean White.

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* ''The Dark Knight Returns: The Golden Child'' -- --[[/index]] The fourth chapter of Frank Miller's Creator/FrankMiller's iconic ''Dark Knight'' ''ComicBook/TheDarkKnightReturns'' saga, in which Lara Kent and Carrie Kelly, the new Batgirl and Supergirl, dealing with Lara's younger brother, Jonathan Kent, as he comes into his immense power, which could have catastrophic repercussions. Written by Creator/FrankMiller and drawn by Rafael Grampa.
Grampa.[[index]]
* ''The Last God'' -- An [[/index]]An original heavily dark HighFantasy saga and the first of the Fellspyre Chronicles, featuring the fantastical realm of Cain Anuun in the kingdom of Fellspyre 30 years after a band of heroes had supposedly killed the last living god, Mol Uhltep, an eldritch creature who's kind once plagued and ravaged the lands. However, it would seem the legends lie as the supposedly dead Mol Uhltep makes a chilling return, bent on gruesome revenge. Written by Phillip Kennedy Johnson and drawn by Riccardo Federci and Sunny Gho with Dean White. [[index]]


* ''StrangeAdventures2020'' -- ComicBook/AdamStrange's post-space war life turns sideways when an angry man gets killed.

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* ''StrangeAdventures2020'' ''ComicBook/StrangeAdventures2020'' -- ComicBook/AdamStrange's post-space war life turns sideways when an angry man gets killed.


* ''StrangeAdventures2020'' -- ComicBook/AdamStrange's post-space war life turns sideways when an angry man gets killed.



** ''Superman: Year One'' by Frank Miller also seems to be one for his own ''ComicBook/BatmanYearOne'', though unlike that story it will probably be an AlternateContinuity.

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** ''Superman: Year One'' by Frank Miller also seems to be one for his own ''ComicBook/BatmanYearOne'', though unlike that story story, it will probably be is an AlternateContinuity.AlternateContinuity set in the universe of ''The Dark Knight Returns''.


* HotterAndSexier: ''Batman: Damned'' has a few heavily shadowed shots of Bruce's dick, which drew controversy not just for their inclusion but also for being [[{{Bowdlerize}} airbrushed]] out of the digital version and reprints.

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* HotterAndSexier: ''Batman: Damned'' The line has a few heavily shadowed shots of Bruce's dick, which drew controversy not just for their inclusion but also for being [[{{Bowdlerize}} airbrushed]] out of been know to get more steamy than the digital version and reprints.regular books when it wants.


* ''Batman: Damned'' -- When Joker's dead body is recovered, Batman journeys through a Gotham City hellscape with ComicBook/JohnConstantine to uncover the killer's identity. Written by Brian Azzarello and drawn by Lee Bermejo.

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* ''Batman: Damned'' ''ComicBook/BatmanDamned'' -- When Joker's dead body is recovered, Batman journeys through a Gotham City hellscape with ComicBook/JohnConstantine to uncover the killer's identity. Written by Brian Azzarello and drawn by Lee Bermejo.


* ''ComicBook/BatmanCurseOfTheWhiteKnight'''' -- A direct sequel to ''ComicBook/BatmanWhiteKnight'', which was the most recently released graphic novel to be retroactively folded into the label. Written and drawn by Sean Gordon Murphy.

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* ''ComicBook/BatmanCurseOfTheWhiteKnight'''' ''ComicBook/BatmanCurseOfTheWhiteKnight'' -- A direct sequel to ''ComicBook/BatmanWhiteKnight'', which was the most recently released graphic novel to be retroactively folded into the label. Written and drawn by Sean Gordon Murphy.


* ''Batman: Curse of the White Knight'' -- A direct sequel to ''ComicBook/BatmanWhiteKnight'', which was the most recently released graphic novel to be retroactively folded into the label. Written and drawn by Sean Gordon Murphy.

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* ''Batman: Curse of the White Knight'' ''ComicBook/BatmanCurseOfTheWhiteKnight'''' -- A direct sequel to ''ComicBook/BatmanWhiteKnight'', which was the most recently released graphic novel to be retroactively folded into the label. Written and drawn by Sean Gordon Murphy.

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