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DC Pride 2024 Spotlights the Journeys (and the Destinations) DC’s Super Heroes Experience, with Many Queer Detours Along the Way

100+ pages of original content featuring visits to New Genesis, the Oblivion Bar, the Phantom Zone, Portworld, and more


Rachel’s most beloved creation, Kate Godwin, a.k.a. Coagula, returns to the spotlight in an original short story of triumph over death itself

Plus, DC Pride: Uncovered, YA graphic novels Bad Dream: A Dreamer Story and The Strange Case of Harleen and Harley,and moreto publish in 2024

DC Pride 2024 cover by Kevin Wada

DC Pride 2024 #1

DC’s Eisner and Ringo award-winning Pride comic book anthology returns for 2024 in the form of a universe-spanning travelogue like you’ve never seen! DC’s comics are as vast, varied, and fantastic as the incredible and weird locations found across the DC cosmos, and DC’s LGBTQIA+ characters are everywhere, belong anywhere, and can do anything they set their hearts and minds to. How they get there is as important as where they’re going, so join them as they explore the farthest edges of the DC Multiverse, together! DC’s 2024 Pride collection of books and comics will be available at your local comic book shop, bookstore, library, and beyond, taking DC’s characters across the far reaches of the Phantom Zone, the Fourth World, and beyond!

DC Pride 2024 #1, DC’s annual anthology containing all-new stories spotlighting LGBTQIA+ fan favorites, will publish on May 28. The 104-page Prestige format comic will feature a main cover by Kevin Wada, an open-to-order wraparound variant cover by David Talaski, foil and card stock variants by Babs Tarr, and Wada’s main cover offered as a 1:25 card stock variant.

DC Pride 2024 variant cover by Babs Tarr

In DC Pride 2024, DC will host an unmissable autobiographical story written by industry legend Phil Jimenez about the fantastical worlds that shaped him, brought to life by Giulio Macaione. This heartwarming story is a can’t-miss highlight, plus Dreamer makes a first-time pilgrimage to her ancestral planet, Naltor, in a story by Nicole Maines and Jordan Gibson; Poison Ivy and Janet from HR go spore-hunting on Portworld in a story by Gretchen Felker-Martin and Claire Roe; Superman (Jon Kent) gets Jay, Bunker, and the Ray together for a boys’ night out in A-Town in a story by Jarrett Williams and D.J. Kirkland; Steel (Natasha Irons) works up the courage to face Traci 13 at the Oblivion Bar’s Pride party for the first time since they broke up in a story by Jamila Rowser and ONeillJones; Aquaman (Jackson Hyde) catches an unexpected ride to the Fourth World just in time for their annual Love Festival in a story by Ngozi Ukazu; Circuit Breaker’s unstable powers fritz him into the Phantom Zone in a story by Calvin Kasulke and Len Gogou; plus a Blue Starman story written by Al Ewing and character pinups, in a volume celebrating how the LGBTQIA+ community is everywhere and belongs anywhere—even the farthest reaches of the known and unknown worlds!

DC Pride 2024 variant cover by David Talaski

As an additional DC Pride teaser, this year’s anthology features a special preview of DC’s upcoming YA OGN The Strange Case of Harleen and Harley by New York Times bestselling author of Wicked Lovely Melissa Marr, teamed up with celebrated artist Jenn St-Onge.

The Strange Case of Harleen and Harley

When Harleen signs up to participate in a clinical research trial with her girlfriend, Pamela, her only goals are extra cash and a chance to control her anxiety. But what she gets instead are increasingly larger gaps in her memory and stolen mementos from some guy named Jack. Soon Harleen discovers she’s sharing her life with Harley—a take-no-prisoners, who-cares-about-attendance, maybe-we-oughta-save-the-bunnies kind of girl. She is the opposite of Harleen in every way. And although she’s throwing Harleen’s life completely off track, maybe she ain’t so bad either…

The Strange Case of Harleen and Harley interior art by Jenn St-Onge and Jeremy Lawson

New York Times bestselling author Melissa Marr (Wicked Lovely) and celebrated artist Jenn St-Onge (Bingo Love), with color by Jeremy Lawson and lettering by Lucas Gattoni, explore the twisted transformation from Harleen to Harley in this compelling new YA original graphic novel on sale beginning September 3!

The Strange Case of Harleen and Harley cover by Jenn St-Onge

DC Pride: A Celebration of Rachel Pollack #1

In the 1990s, writer Rachel Pollack did the impossible: she raised the bar for surprise and strangeness in her beloved run following Grant Morrison’s career-making Doom Patrol! To celebrate her life and works, DC will publish a spotlight issue, DC Pride: A Celebration of Rachel Pollack, hitting shelves on June 6. This 96-page one-shot comic book reprints the debut of the iconic Coagula, DC’s first transgender Super Hero, from Doom Patrol #70, pencilled by Scot Eaton, along with the long-unavailable one-shot Vertigo Visions: The Geek (with superstar artist Michael Allred)!

And in a final, original short story, Rachel’s most beloved creation, Kate Godwin, a.k.a. Coagula, returns to the spotlight in a tale of triumph over death itself written by Joe Corallo, Rachel’s longtime friend and collaborator, and drawn by Rye Hickman!

DC Pride: A Celebration of Rachel Pollack cover

Bad Dream: A Dreamer Story

Bad Dream: A Dreamer Story is the untold origin story of Dreamer, the first trans Super Hero ever to appear on TV! DC’s newest YA graphic novel publishes on April 2, written by Nicole Maines and drawn by Rye Hickman with color by Bex Glendining and lettering by Hassan Otsmane-Elhaou.

Nia’s spent her whole life taking a back seat to her older sister, Maeve, who was expected to inherit their mother’s Seer powers: the ability to see the future through dreams, passed down to one woman in each generation. But when Nia, a trans girl, starts having visions of the future, she must suppress her powers to protect her relationship with her sister.

Bad Dream: A Dreamer Story cover by Rye Hickman and Bex Glendining

Soon Nia’s dreams become impossible to ignore, and she has no choice but to distance herself as she navigates her new reality. Taking off for Metropolis, Nia is quickly swept up in the bustling city and, guided by her dreams, connects with a group of queer girls who feel more like sisters than her own. As Nia starts to discover her powers may be more than just a burden, she’s given a choice: accept her new responsibility as a Seer or give it all up for a chance at normalcy.

From Nicole Maines, the actress, activist, and writer who originated the fan-favorite role of Dreamer on the groundbreaking Supergirl TV show, and with art by Rye Hickman, who captures Nia’s depth and humor, comes this joyful and gut-wrenching graphic novel featuring characters from Galaxy: The Prettiest Star in DC’s first YA crossover!


Throughout its line of monthly comic books, DC will highlight Pride-themed variant covers on series that feature queer characters in regular and lead roles. This year, look for DC Pride covers on Action Comics #1066 (Betsy Cola), Batman #148 (Skylar Patridge), Green Arrow #13 (A.L. Kaplan), Poison Ivy #23 and Harley Quinn #41 (W. Scott Forbes), Nightwing #115 (Bruka Jones), Outsiders #8 (Don Aguillo), Suicide Squad: Dream Team #4 (Fatima Wajid), Superman #15 (Angel Solorzano), The Flash #10 (Nick Robles), and Wonder Woman #10 (Phil Jimenez and Arif Prianto).

And if you missed picking up previous years’ variant covers, DC has you covered with DC Pride: Uncovered #1! DC’s most iconic LGBTQIA+ artists put the party in Pride with their fabulous array of variant covers spotlighting LGBTQIA+ characters across the DCU year after year, and this art book collects a robust selection of fan favorites in one place for the very first time! Don’t miss out on a gallery of gorgeous art as imaginative and colorful as the characters themselves

DC Pride Uncovered cover by Jen Bartel

DC Pride: Uncovered #1, on sale June 11, is a gallery comic of gorgeous covers from Jen Bartel, Phil Jimenez, Jim Lee, Joshua “Sway” Swaby, David Talaski, Babs Tarr, Kris Anka, and more! DC Pride: Uncovered will have a main cover by Jen Bartel, with variant covers by Oscar Vega; Luciano Vecchio; Mateus Manhanini; and Jim Lee, Scott Williams, and Tamra Bonvillain. DC Pride: Uncovered #1 will be scripted by DC editor Andrea Shea

DC Pride Uncovered variants by Jim Lee, Scott Williams (1:50 inks) and Tamra Bonvillain (1:25 colors)


DC’s Pride plans aren’t limited to June! In addition to DC Pride 2024, DC books to add to your TBR piles, pull lists, Pride book clubs, or in-store Pride displays and to share with friends year-round are available everywhere books are sold, including:

  • DC Pride: Love and Justice
  • DC Pride: The New Generation
  • DC Pride: Better Together
  • Bad Dream: A Dreamer Story
  • The Strange Case of Harleen and Harley
  • Galaxy: The Prettiest Star
  • Poison Ivy Vol. 1: The Virtuous Cycle
  • Poison Ivy Vol. 2: Unethical Consumption
  • Alan Scott: The Green Lantern
  • Far Sector
  • Wonder Woman Historia: The Amazons
  • Exit Stage Left: The Snagglepuss Chronicles
  • Harley Quinn: Breaking Glass
  • I Am Not Starfire
  • Poison Ivy: Thorns
  • You Brought Me the Ocean
  • Doom Patrol by Rachel Pollack Omnibus
  • Gotham Central Omnibus
  • The Low, Low Woods
  • Harley Quinn Vol. 1: Girl in a Crisis
  • Superman: Son of Kal-El Vol. 1: The Truth
  • Superman: Son of Kal-El Vol. 2: The Rising
  • Superman: Son of Kal-El Vol. 3: Battle for Gamorra
  • Adventures of Superman: Jon Kent
  • Suicide Squad: Bad Blood
  • Batman: Urban Legends Vol. 2
  • Tim Drake: Robin Vol. 1: Mystery at the Marina
  • Tim Drake: Robin Vol. 2: A Case of Chaos
  • Multiversity: Teen Justice
  • Aquaman: The Becoming
  • Crush & Lobo
  • Batman: Harley and Ivy
  • Batwoman: Elegy
  • Batwoman: Haunted Tides
  • DC Comics: Bombshells: The Deluxe Edition Book One
  • The Authority Book One
  • Midnighter: The Complete Collection
  • Midnighter: The Complete Wildstorm Series
  • Harley Quinn Vol. 1: No Good Deed
  • Harley Quinn Vol. 2: Keepsake
  • Harley Quinn Vol. 3: Verdict
  • Harley Quinn Vol. 4: Task Force XX
  • Harley Quinn Vol. 5: Who Killed Harley Quinn?
  • Harley Quinn: The Animated Series Volume 1: The Eat. Bang! Kill. Tour
  • Harley Quinn: The Animated Series Volume 2: Legion of Bats!

and more!

Fans can also celebrate Pride by visiting the DC Universe Pride collection page on DC Universe Infinite, DC’s premium digital comic book service. Featuring three years of DC Pride anthologies, the DC Universe Pride page also offers curated collections of queer characters & creators, from Tim Drake to James Tynion IV and Harley Quinn to Mariko Tamaki. The hub also spotlights fan-favorite queer storylines like Gotham Central: Half a Life and Batwoman: Elegy, along with a selection of free-to-read Pride titles available for registered users.

DC and Warner Bros. Discovery are proud to be working in partnership with LGBTQIA+ organizations such as GLSEN, Latino Equality Alliance, and more to celebrate Pride in 2024. Warner Bros. Discovery and its brands have long-standing relationships with these nonprofit partners through the ongoing support of their work and year-round collaboration on social impact initiatives. Through paneling, events, advertising, outreach, and more, these partnerships help to create a more inclusive and compassionate culture for all Super Hero fans and provide resources for readers looking to learn more about these nonprofit organizations.

Stay tuned for more Pride announcements from DC and Warner Bros. Discovery Global Consumer Products between now and June!

March 13, 2024
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