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Not to be confused with the {{Seinen}} manga magazine of the same name, which is known for its publication of ''{{Manga/Berserk}}'' and other Seinen manga.



Compare to [[Creator/MarvelMAX MAX]], a similar imprint by Creator/MarvelComics. Not to be confused with the {{Seinen}} magazine from Japan.

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Compare to [[Creator/MarvelMAX MAX]], a similar imprint by Creator/MarvelComics. Not to be confused with the {{Seinen}} magazine of the same name from Japan.


Not to be confused with the {{Seinen}} manga magazine of the same name, which is known for its publication of {{Manga/Berserk}} and other Seinen manga.

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Not to be confused with the {{Seinen}} manga magazine of the same name, which is known for its publication of {{Manga/Berserk}} and other Seinen manga.


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* '''''[[ComicBook/DoomPatrolWeightOfTheWorlds Doom Patrol: Weight of the Worlds]]''''' -- Continuing ''Doom Patrol'', featuring the team on a road trip across time and space. Written by Gerard Way and Jeremy Lambert with art by James Harvey, Doc Shaner, Nick Pitarra, Becky Cloonan and more.

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* '''''[[ComicBook/DoomPatrolWeightOfTheWorlds '''''[[ComicBook/DoomPatrol Doom Patrol: Weight of the Worlds]]''''' -- Continuing ''Doom Patrol'', featuring the team on a road trip across time and space. Written by Gerard Way and Jeremy Lambert with art by James Harvey, Doc Shaner, Nick Pitarra, Becky Cloonan and more.


* '''''[[ComicBook/ShadeTheChangingWoman Shade, the Changing Woman]]''''' -- A continuation of ''Shade, The Changing Girl'', wherein Loma sheds her Earth body and comes into contact with the original Shade. Written by Cecil Castellucci with art by Marley Zarcone and covers by Becky Cloonan

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* '''''[[ComicBook/ShadeTheChangingWoman '''''[[ComicBook/ShadeTheChangingMan Shade, the Changing Woman]]''''' -- A continuation of ''Shade, The Changing Girl'', wherein Loma sheds her Earth body and comes into contact with the original Shade. Written by Cecil Castellucci with art by Marley Zarcone and covers by Becky Cloonan


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* '''''Cave Carson Has a Cybernetic Eye''''' -- DC Comics’ [[UsefulNotes/TheSilverAgeOfComicBooks Silver Age]] character Cave Carson, his cybernetic eye and his college–age daughter travel to dark places deep in the earth and mind. Written by Gerard Way and Jon Rivera with art by Michael Avon Oeming.

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* '''''Cave '''''[[ComicBook/CaveCarsonHasACyberneticEye Cave Carson Has a Cybernetic Eye''''' Eye]]''''' -- DC Comics’ [[UsefulNotes/TheSilverAgeOfComicBooks Silver Age]] character Cave Carson, his cybernetic eye and his college–age daughter travel to dark places deep in the earth and mind. Written by Gerard Way and Jon Rivera with art by Michael Avon Oeming.



* '''''Bug!: The Adventures of Forager''''' -- A solo comic for the titular character, a minor figure from Creator/JackKirby's ''ComicBook/NewGods'' sub-franchise. Written by Lee Allred, art by Michael Allred, colors by Laura Allred.

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* '''''Bug!: '''''[[ComicBook/BugTheAdventuresOfForager Bug!: The Adventures of Forager''''' Forager]]''''' -- A solo comic for the titular character, a minor figure from Creator/JackKirby's ''ComicBook/NewGods'' sub-franchise. Written by Lee Allred, art by Michael Allred, colors by Laura Allred.



* '''''Shade, the Changing Woman''''' -- A continuation of ''Shade, The Changing Girl'', wherein Loma sheds her Earth body and comes into contact with the original Shade. Written by Cecil Castellucci with art by Marley Zarcone and covers by Becky Cloonan
* '''''Cave Carson Has an Interstellar Eye''''' -- A continuation of ''Cave Carson Has a Cybernetic Eye'', following Cave Carson and his daughter after they fall into a black hole. Written by Jon Rivera with art by Michael Avon Oeming.
* '''''Mother Panic: Gotham A.D.''''' -- A continuation of ''Mother Panic.'' [[TimeSkip Ten years after]] the disappearance of ComicBook/{{Batman}}, Gotham has fallen into dystopia. Written by Jody Houser with art by Tommy Lee Edwards and Ibrahim Moustafa.

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* '''''Shade, '''''[[ComicBook/ShadeTheChangingWoman Shade, the Changing Woman''''' Woman]]''''' -- A continuation of ''Shade, The Changing Girl'', wherein Loma sheds her Earth body and comes into contact with the original Shade. Written by Cecil Castellucci with art by Marley Zarcone and covers by Becky Cloonan
* '''''Cave '''''[[ComicBook/CaveCarsonHasAnInterstellarEye Cave Carson Has an Interstellar Eye''''' Eye]]''''' -- A continuation of ''Cave Carson Has a Cybernetic Eye'', following Cave Carson and his daughter after they fall into a black hole. Written by Jon Rivera with art by Michael Avon Oeming.
* '''''Mother '''''[[ComicBook/MotherPanicGothamAD Mother Panic: Gotham A.D.''''' ]]''''' -- A continuation of ''Mother Panic.'' [[TimeSkip Ten years after]] the disappearance of ComicBook/{{Batman}}, Gotham has fallen into dystopia. Written by Jody Houser with art by Tommy Lee Edwards and Ibrahim Moustafa.



* '''''Doom Patrol: Weight of the Worlds''''' -- Continuing ''Doom Patrol'', featuring the team on a road trip across time and space. Written by Gerard Way and Jeremy Lambert with art by James Harvey, Doc Shaner, Nick Pitarra, Becky Cloonan and more.
* '''''Collapser''''' -- A wannabe DJ named Liam James gets superpowers from a black hole and gets involved in a cosmic conflict while trying to continue forward with his day-to-day life. Written by Mikey Way and Shaun Simon with art by Ilias Kyriazis.

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* '''''Doom '''''[[ComicBook/DoomPatrolWeightOfTheWorlds Doom Patrol: Weight of the Worlds''''' Worlds]]''''' -- Continuing ''Doom Patrol'', featuring the team on a road trip across time and space. Written by Gerard Way and Jeremy Lambert with art by James Harvey, Doc Shaner, Nick Pitarra, Becky Cloonan and more.
* '''''Collapser''''' '''''ComicBook/{{Collapser}}''''' -- A wannabe DJ named Liam James gets superpowers from a black hole and gets involved in a cosmic conflict while trying to continue forward with his day-to-day life. Written by Mikey Way and Shaun Simon with art by Ilias Kyriazis.




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* '''''Far Sector''''' -- Newly deputized [[Franchise/GreenLantern Green Lantern]] Sojourner "Jo" Mullein polices a massive city that keeps its inhabitants safe by removing their emotions when chaos begins to break loose. Written by Creator/NKJemisin with art by Jamal Campbell.

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* '''''Far Sector''''' '''''ComicBook/FarSector''''' -- Newly deputized [[Franchise/GreenLantern Green Lantern]] Sojourner "Jo" Mullein polices a massive city that keeps its inhabitants safe by removing their emotions when chaos begins to break loose. Written by Creator/NKJemisin with art by Jamal Campbell.


* '''''Far Sector''''' -- Newly deputized [[Franchise/GreenLantern Green Lantern]] Sojourner "Jo" Mullein polices a massive city that keeps its inhabitants safe by removing their emotions when chaos begins to break loose. Written by N.K. Jemesin with art by Jamal Campbell.

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* '''''Far Sector''''' -- Newly deputized [[Franchise/GreenLantern Green Lantern]] Sojourner "Jo" Mullein polices a massive city that keeps its inhabitants safe by removing their emotions when chaos begins to break loose. Written by N.K. Jemesin Creator/NKJemisin with art by Jamal Campbell.


* StealthSequel: At first, it seemed like ''Doom Patrol'' would be a reboot of the franchise, and it does not acknowledge the team's then-most-recent appearance in Geoff Johns' ''Justice League'' run. However, issue 3 makes it clear that both Grant Morrison and Keith Giffen's runs did indeed happen, by having Robotman reference events within those series. [[spoiler: It later turns out the ''Justice League'' appearances are still canon when it's revealed the Robotman of Way's run is in fact a copy created because the "real" Cliff Steele is having adventures elsewhere.]]

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* StealthSequel: At first, it seemed like ''Doom Patrol'' would be a reboot of the franchise, and it does not acknowledge the team's then-most-recent appearance in Geoff Johns' ''Justice League'' run. However, issue 3 makes it clear that both Grant Morrison and Keith Giffen's runs did indeed happen, happen (and by extension, their entire history), by having Robotman reference events within those series. [[spoiler: It later turns out the ''Justice League'' appearances are possibly still canon when it's revealed the Robotman of Way's run is in fact may be a copy created because the "real" Cliff Steele is having adventures elsewhere.]]of some kind. Though considering that Justice League run [[ContinuitySnarl may itself no longer be in continuity]], who knows anymore?]]


* '''''Eternity Girl''''' -- A disfigured former superhero who can't die sets out to destroy the universe. Written by Magdalene Visaggio with art by Sonny Liew.

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* '''''Eternity Girl''''' '''''ComicBook/EternityGirl''''' -- A disfigured former superhero who can't die sets out to destroy the universe. Written by Magdalene Visaggio with art by Sonny Liew.


Described as "comics for dangerous humans," Young Animal will publish titles intended for mature readers, putting modern spins on classic (and obscure) DC Comics concepts like ''ComicBook/DoomPatrol''. Though published independently from the mainstream ComicBook/{{DCU}} titles and not being considered part of the ComicBook/DCRebirth branding, Young Animal comics will still be set within that universe; ''Mother Panic'', for example, is set in Gotham City.

Never intended to be a permanent fixture (it was described as a "pop-up imprint"), Way announced the imprint's titles would end in summer of 2018, although they may return eventually. The one exception was ''Doom Patrol'', which was announced to continue indefinitely.

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Described as "comics for dangerous humans," Young Animal will publish publishes titles intended for mature readers, putting modern spins on classic (and obscure) DC Comics concepts like ''ComicBook/DoomPatrol''. Though published independently from the mainstream ComicBook/{{DCU}} titles and not being considered part of the ComicBook/DCRebirth branding, Young Animal comics will are still be set within that universe; ''Mother Panic'', for example, is set in Gotham City.

Never intended to be a permanent fixture (it was described as a "pop-up imprint"), Way announced the imprint's titles would end in summer of 2018, although they may return eventually.returned a year later. The one exception was ''Doom Patrol'', which was announced to continue indefinitely.



Following the line-wide "Milk Wars" crossover, Young Animal will relaunch with a handful of new titles, and continuations of existing ones:

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A fourth wave has been announced, to be released in July 2019.

* '''''Doom Patrol: Weight of the Worlds''''' -- Continuing ''Doom Patrol'', featuring the team on a road trip across time and space. Written by Gerard Way and Jeremy Lambert with art by James Harvey, Doc Shaner, Nick Pitarra, Becky Cloonan and more.
* '''''Collapser''''' -- A wannabe DJ named Liam James gets superpowers from a black hole and gets involved in a cosmic conflict while trying to continue forward with his day-to-day life. Written by Mikey Way and Shaun Simon with art by Ilias Kyriazis.
* '''''Far Sector''''' -- Newly deputized [[Franchise/GreenLantern Green Lantern]] Sojourner "Jo" Mullein polices a massive city that keeps its inhabitants safe by removing their emotions when chaos begins to break loose. Written by N.K. Jemesin with art by Jamal Campbell.
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* StealthSequel: At first, it seemed like ''Doom Patrol'' would be a reboot of the franchise, and it does not acknowledge the team's then-most-recent appearance in Geoff Johns' ''Justice League'' run. However, issue 3 makes it clear that both Grant Morrison and Keith Giffen's runs did indeed happen, by having Robotman reference events within those series.

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* StealthSequel: At first, it seemed like ''Doom Patrol'' would be a reboot of the franchise, and it does not acknowledge the team's then-most-recent appearance in Geoff Johns' ''Justice League'' run. However, issue 3 makes it clear that both Grant Morrison and Keith Giffen's runs did indeed happen, by having Robotman reference events within those series. [[spoiler: It later turns out the ''Justice League'' appearances are still canon when it's revealed the Robotman of Way's run is in fact a copy created because the "real" Cliff Steele is having adventures elsewhere.]]

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