DC Reveals Cover Designs for ‘The Other History of the DC Universe’

Today, DC showcased two covers for their upcoming five-issue miniseries, The Other History of the DC Universe. Both covers, as well as additional information about the series, is below.

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DC Reveals Two New Stunning Covers for The Other History of the DC Universe!

On November 24, John Ridley, Giuseppe Cammuncoli, Andrea Cucchi and Jose Villarubia provide comic book fans with a new and provocative perspective on the World’s Greatest Super Heroes with the launch of The Other History of the DC Universe, a five-issue bimonthly (every other month) miniseries that presents major events from throughout DC’s history through the eyes of its heroes of color – Black Lightning, Mal and Karen Duncan, Renee Montoya, Katana and Thunder (Anissa Pierce).

This never-before-told story features breathtaking cover art by series artist Cammuncoli in collaboration with painter Marco Matarazzo, and DC superstar artist Jamal Campbell (Far Sector, Naomi). Today, DC is proud to reveal two new covers for this groundbreaking series:

On sale January 26, 2021, Book Two spotlights Mal Duncan and his wife, Karen Beecher-Duncan, also known as Bumblebee. One recently revealed cover for Book Two shows Mal in his costumed identity as The Guardian, while this companion “alternate” cover shows the couple with Mal in his earlier identity as the Teen Titans’ hero, The Herald. 

Also, in celebration of Local Comic Shop Day (Wednesday, November 25, 2020), DC has produced the exclusive The Other History of the DC Universe #1 Local Comic Shop Day Edition, featuring a silver metallic ink version of the cover to Book One by Jamal Campbell. Check with your local retailer for more details pre-ordering this fantastic cover, and for more information on Local Comic Shop Day, please visit the website at www.localcomicshopday.com.

For the latest information on The Other History of the DC Universe and the World’s Greatest Super Heroes, head to the DC Comics website at www.dccomics.com, and follow on social media at @DCComics and @thedcnation.

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