Anthony’s DC Comics picks for March 2016

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Updated on December 10, 2021

Here’s a look at what’s coming out from DC Comics for March 2016. A full list of solicitations is available here.


  • Legends of Tomorrow #1, on sale March 9, $8
  • Superman: The Coming of the Supermen #2 (of 6), on sale March 2, $4
  • Superman: Lois & Clark #6, on sale March 23, $4
  • Batman ’66 Meets the Man From UNCLE #4 (of 6), on sale March 2, $3
  • DC Comics Bombshells #10, on sale March 2, $4 (digital first)
  • The Legend of Wonder Woman #3 (of 9), on sale March 9, $4 (digital first)
  • Wonder Woman ’77 Special #3, on sale March 30, $8 (digital first)
  • Scooby-Doo Team-Up #15, on sale March 2, $3
  • Astro City #33, on sale March 16, $4

Trade paperbacks

  • Batman ’66 vol. 5 (HC), on sale May 11, $25
  • Black Lightning, on sale Apr. 6, $20
  • Supergirl: The Silver Age Omnibus (HC), on sale May 18, $75
  • Astro City: Lovers Quarrel, on sale Apr. 20, $17


March is when “Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice” debuts in theaters, so there’s plenty of Batman and Superman material.

This month sees several rebooted New 52 titles reach their 50th issue. Being an anniversary cover number, that means a slightly longer than usual comic with an extra dollar tacked onto the already-pricey cover price. For those still interested in the New 52, New 52-Supes meets the “Lois & Clark” (pre-New 52) Supes. Unfortunately, I assume it doesn’t consist of “classic”-Clark berating New 52-Clark for all 48 pages. (“Seriously?! You spied on your Lois’ phone?! Who do you think you are, the NSA?! And why is your ‘early days’ costume something out of ‘Li’l Abner’?!”)

Away from New 52-land, the Joker’s Daughter shows up in “Bombshells.” Adult versions of Sugar and Spike, now having their own adventures in the DCU, appear in “Legends of Tomorrow.” The Flash also puts in an appearance in “Scooby-Doo Team-Up.” From the cover, I’m assuming it’s the Wally West version as seen in the 2000s “DC Super Friends” title.

Black Lightning‘s 70s series is being collected into a trade paperback.


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