DC Comics Just Unveiled the Titles and Creative Lineup Behind RebirthAndrew Liptak3/26/16 5:00pmFiled to: DC ComicsJustice LeagueSupermanBatmanGreen ArrowComicsSuicide SquadWonder WomanRobinTeen TitansSupergirl34413EditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalink Today at WonderCon, DC comics unveiled the creative team rebooting their entire universe in their Rebirth overhaul. Advertisement DC last rebooted their universe with The New 52 comics five years ago, and this new series will hit comic book shelves on May 25th, and will last for two years. DC took to Twitter during the live stream to announce the new titles and creative teams, as well as some artwork: Action Comics (which will continue the story of Superman: Lois and Clark), written by Dan JurgensAll Star Batman, written by Scott Snyder and John Romita, Jr.Batgirl, written by Hope LarsonBatgirl & the Birds of Prey, written by Shawna and Julie BensonBatman Beyond, by Bernard Chang and Dan JurgensBatman and Batman Rebirth, written by Tom KingBlue Beetle, by Benjamin PercyCyborg, by John Semper Jr.Deathstroke, by Christopher PriestDetective Comics, written by James Tynion IVFlash, by Joshua WilliamsonGreen Arrow, by Benjamin PercyGreen Lanterns, by Sam Humphries and Geoff JohnsHal Jordan & the Green Lantern Corps, by Robert Venditti and Ethan Van SciverHarley Quinn, by Amanda Connor and Jimmy PalmiottiThe Hellblazer, by Simon Oliver and Justin Moritat Justice League, by Tony S Daniel and Fernando PasarinJustice League AmericaNew Superman, by Gene Luen YangNightwing, by Tim SeeleyRed Hood & the Outlaws by Scott Lobdell and Dexter SoySuicide Squad, by Philip Tan, Jim Lee and Rob WilliamsSupergirl, by Steve OrlandoSuperman, by Patrick Gleason and Peter J. TomasiSuper SonsTeen Titans (with an entirely new team)Titans, (which takes over from Teen Titans), by Dan AbnettTrinity, (featuring Superman, Wonder Woman, and Batman), by Francis ManapulDC will be releasing each of these books over the course of the summer. Advertisement Advertisement Which of these are you most excited by? Andrew Liptakliptakaa@gmail.com@andrewliptakAndrew Liptak is the former Weekend editor of io9/Gizmodo. He is the co-editor of War Stories: New Military Science Fiction and hails from Vermont.