Coming Soon & Last Chance: February, 2020

February is coming, and love is in the air! Love for animation and comics, that is. :heart: Read on to find out everything that will be wooing you over next month:

COMING SOON

Animated Movies

  • Saturday, February 1: Batman and Harley Quinn
  • Saturday, February 1: Justice League Dark
  • Saturday, February 1: Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay
  • Saturday, February 1: Teen Titans: Judas Contract

Comics

Tuesday, February 4

Mysteries of Love in Space #1

Action Comics (2016) #1007

Batgirl (2016) #31

Batman Beyond (2016) #28

Detective Comics (2016) #997

The Flash (2016) #63

The Flash (2016) Annual #2

Old Lady Harley #4

Heroes in Crisis #5

Justice League (2018) Annual #1

Justice League Odyssey #5

Looney Tunes #247

Raven, Daughter of Darkness #12

The Silencer #13

Teen Titans (2016) Annual #1

The Terrifics #12

Wonder Woman (2016) #63

Tuesday, February 11

Detective Comics (1937-2011) #348

House of Mystery (1951-1983) #200

House of Secrets (1956-1978) #131

Superman (1939-2011) #22

Superman’s Girlfriend, Lois Lane (1958-1974) #21

Wanted (1972-1973) #1

World’s Finest Comics (1941-1986) #202

Adventures of the Super Sons #7

Batman (2016) #64

Deathstroke (2016) #40

Female Furies #1

Green Arrow (2016) #49

Green Lantern (2018) #4

Harley Quinn (2016) #58

Justice League (2018) #17

Man and Superman 100-Page Super Spectacular #1

Suicide Squad Black Files #4

The Curse of Brimstone #11

Young Justice (2018) #2

Tuesday, February 18

DC First Issue Special (1975-1976) #1

Detective Comics (1937-2011) #349

House of Secrets (1956-1978) #132

Superman (1939-2011) #23

Superman’s Pal, Jimmy Olsen (1954-1974) #8

Wanted (1972-1973) #2

World’s Finest Comics (1941-1986) #203

Detective Comics #998

Electric Warriors (2018) #4

Hawkman (2018) #9

Justice League Dark (2018) #8

Red Hood: Outlaw #31

Supergirl (2016) #27

Superman (2018) #8

The Batman Who Laughs #3

The Flash (2016) #64

Titans (2016) #34

Wonder Twins (2019) #1

Wonder Woman (2016) #64

Tuesday, February 25

Black Magic (1973) #1

DC First Issue Special (1975-1976) #2

Detective Comics (1937-2011) #350

Doorway to Nightmare (1978) #1

House of Secrets (1956-1978) #133

● Sun Devils (1984-1985) #6*

● Wanted (1972-1973) #3*

Aquaman (2016) #45

Batman (2016) #65

Catwoman (2018) #8

Damage (2017) #14

Justice League (2018) #18

Naomi (2019) #2

Nightwing (2016) #57

Teen Titans (2016) #27

The Wild Storm (2017) #20

And as always, don’t forget to catch-up on DC Daily for special guests, exclusive reports and recaps!

LAST CHANCE

Nothing! Enjoy this lovely cache of animated movies and piles of comic books at your leisure :smiley:

The Community team will be hosting official Watch-Alongs for each of these animated movies- stay tuned to our Community Events Calendar for a new Watch-Along every Wednesday in February at 6:00pm PST to keep your fandom sharp! We’ll also be rolling out a few other bits of intel, so be sure to keep your eye on the Watchtower :mag_right::male_detective::mag_right:

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Very nice! Finally getting some new movies that haven’t been on here before! Super excited for February!

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They informed me Batman Beyond HD will be added January 29, 2020.

After Harley ends there will be one or two gap week before Stargirl in March?

Wow that Hulu Contract is finally over? They had like 3 films, and Amazon had two.

Amazon has 2 Batman 66 and Batman and Harley

Hulu SS HP and TT JC

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What about Harley Episodes in Febuary?

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Every Friday! You can find them right here:
https://www.dcuniverse.com/videos/harley-quinn/193/season-1

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Nice.

Nice.

Nice.

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Cool! I’ve been wanting to catch Judas Contract again. Thank you!

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Also, we’re getting issues of First Issue Special?? Yes!!!

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I was using Justice League Dark as a example to somebody and it’s actually coming true! That never happened to me before!:open_mouth:
Can’t wait for the rest of stuff coming!

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Nice! I’ve been waiting to watch Batman and Harley Quinn, Hell to Pay, and Judas Contract for MONTHS, and they’re finally coming to the app. :clap: It’ll be my first time seeing those three.

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Cool! Can’t wait to see Batman and Harley Quinn.

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Very nice. I have seen Justice League Dark, but have been wanting to see the others, 4 of the very few animated movies to not be on the service before. Looking forward to watching them, especially Batman and Harley Quinn and Teen Titans: Judas Contract. Also hoping even though this isn’t 18 episodes this will quell some peoples concerns that they are just yanking movies off completely for HBO MAX. A nice surprise indeed.

Incidentally I never even heard of the comic book Black Magic. Thought by now I had absorbed the name of every title DC has put out, lol. Interesting.

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February looks like an excellent haul! I’m super excited for Deathstroke #40 and The Batman Who Laughs, as I’m ramping up to it with Dark Knights: Metal! And no “last chances” either - Happy Valentine’s Day from the DCU! :heart:

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Doing better this month. Keep it up. I would like to stick around.

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The comic selection is amazing. Again, I’m floored we’re getting First Issue Special. That was an amazing Bronze Age concept; it’s basically like the comic equivalent of a bunch of random TV pilots–whatever is popular is continued. We got Warlord from this, but things you wouldn’t think would get used again end up coming back in big ways. James Robinson mined quite a bit from this series. He used Atlas and Codename: Assassin in his Superman run, and he used the Mikaal Tomas Starman in his Starman run. Hell, the oddest issue of the bunch, Lady Cop, ended up on a couples episodes of Arrow. Can’t wait to read these when they come to the app!

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What are the asterisks by some of the comic issues for? Or is that just broken formatting?

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Hold the phone, what’s this? Are we getting Looney Tunes comics on DCU now?

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This is excellent news. Everybody check this oneshot out. Marv Wolfman’s best Superman work ever.

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Black Magic was actually a Prize Publications comic, which was acquired by DC in the 70s! Featuring horror stories by Joe Simon and Jack Kirby!

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I have been wanting to see hell to pay for a while now. That will be cool

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