What DC Comics Digitized This Week

This is only for back catalog items, not new releases.
DC releases these on Thursdays through Comixology.

And with their release on Comixology, they should be arriving here soon.

This week, DC digitized:

Challengers of the Unknown (1958) #86, 87
Detective Comics (1937) #360-365
Detective Comics (1937) Annual #8
Teen Titans (1966) #50-53

And since they haven’t arrived here, yet…
These are the comics DC digitized last week:

Challengers of the Unknown (1958) #85
Detective Comics (1937) #304-309
Detective Comics (1937) Annual #7
Teen Titans (1966) #47, 49

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I could scroll back further and see more of the recently digitized comics that haven’t made it here, yet. These will no doubt be added here soon.

April 11th:
Brave and the Bold (1955) #176
Challengers of the Unknown (1958) #83, 84
Detective Comics (1937) #302, 303
Detective Comics (1937) Annual #6
Teen Titans (1966) #44-46

April 4th:
Detective Comics (1937) #492, 493, 496
Detective Comics (1937) Annual #4
Teen Titans (1966) #38-40

March 28th:
Brave an the Bold (1955) #122 -this one is up
Challengers of the Unknown (1958) #82
Detective Comics (1937) #299, 301
Detective Comics (1937) Annual #5
Teen Titans (1966) #41-43

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Somehow my last post got jumbled up…

Let me fix that without an edit function.

April 11th:
Brave and the Bold (1955) #176
Challengers of the Unknown (1958) #83, 84
Detective Comics (1937) #302, 303
Detective Comics (1937) Annual #6
Teen Titans (1966) #44-46

April 4th:
Brave an the Bold (1955) #122 -this one is up
Challengers of the Unknown (1958) #82
Detective Comics (1937) #299, 301
Detective Comics (1937) Annual #5
Teen Titans (1966) #41-43

March 28th:
Detective Comics (1937) #492, 493, 496
Detective Comics (1937) Annual #4
Teen Titans (1966) #38-40

Please disregard the previous post, which had Apr 4th and Mar 28th swapped.

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Those Challenger issues are some of the swampy issues(i think, probly should check). This makes me smile, thanks for the post dude

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Didn’t know Swamp Thing was in Challengers, but that does make sense. I mean, I didn’t have to think hard to know why so many issues of Teen Titans and Detective Comics were being added. But was at a loss on why Challengers was getting so much preference.

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They usually pick about three different titles, usually spread pretty far apart in their history, and then just go through and digitize a long stretch of them.
It’s just Challengers turn, is all.

That’s how they got pretty much every other back catalog title digitized. A few issues each week of three or four focused titles for the last eight years.

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Edited to add: and, yes, I do agree with why they chose those particular issues to digitize right now.
#82-87 are the last issues of the series.
Hopefully, they’ll come back to it in the near future and do the rest.

Edited to add, Part Two…

Not only is that the end of the Challengers series, but #53 was also the last issue of Teen Titans.

This means next week, they’ll most likely be starting on two other titles.

Meanwhile, Detective #366-368 would finish closing up a gap, as #370 is already digitized.
They may pause there, but with them only having to make it to #387 to reach the next block of issues, they may just continue with Detective for a few more weeks.

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Edited to add, Part Three…

My last post should have read “Detective #366-369 would finish closing the gap”.

Godspeed, little edit button.

Do they post here in DCU all the new titles each time they are added?

They have been posting this month during the bulk deploy of the zillions of comics.
We don’t know if they’ll be posting a list of newly added comics each week, but I’m guessing they probably will.

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I would think they would, but if they don’t sure the list will be posted on here by someone.

Just added to DCUniverse:

Brave and the Bold (1955) #176
Challengers of the Unknown (1958) #82-87
Detective Comics (1937) #299, 301-309, 360-365, 492, 493, 496
Detective Comics (1937) Annual #4-8
Teen Titans (1966) #38-47, 49-53

And that catches them up this last week’s freshly digitized classics!

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thanks!

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Neato Pete! This serves as a very handy dandy guide to the latest digital wares.

Thank you =)

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How did you find out which of the older comics were added?

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@trustymutsi, just a bit of detective work. :slight_smile:

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Thank you!!!

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Be sure to also check out @Nathan.Payson’s post covering the newer comics that have been added.
https://www.dcuniverse.com/community/boards/comics/the-road-trip-ends-rebirth

Everything from April 2018 should now be up.

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Oh wait, are these on DC Universe as well, or just Comixology?

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