June Solicits are out. - Dark Crisis proper begins with - surprise, surprise - the legacy heroes forming a new Justice League. And the death of the former JL still doesn't affect the other titles. - There's also a Dark Crisis (just realized the abbrevation of that title, and now I feel dumb for not seeing it before) tie-in mini-series starring Young Justice. - While there's no Shazam book anymore, Black Adam gets his own series by writer Christopher Priest. Sounds interesting, but this looks like a new ongoing title, and I'm not sure I'm up for that. Maybe I'll trade-wait this one. - Nubia gets another mini-series. Why didn't they give her an ongoing title to begin with? To sucker in people like me, I guess. - Poison Ivy also gets her own mini-series, but it's spinning out of events in the regular Bat-titles, so I'm not buying in. - New DC Pride anthology one-shot, and this year they get to include Jon Kent and Tim Drake. Also Nicole Maines writes an intro and apparently gives info on a Dreamer project she's working on. Yep, they get ten bucks for that from me. - They also collect the Tim Drake coming-out story from the Urban Legends anthology, which I'm gonna get. - Multiversity: Teen Justice, new six-issue mini. Piques my interest, but I'm probably gonna trade-wait it. - New 3-issue prestige mini starring The Flash and Aquaman, which certainly doesn't have anything to do with those two having movies coming up. Oh, well, three issues ain't much of a commitment, so I guess I'm in. - Milestones in History oneshot, I think that's a re-solicit as it was supposed to come out in February, but didn't. - Action continues with the Warworld saga, plus a back-up starring Lois Lane and John Henry Irons, which I'm totally here for. - Oh, hey, The Flash #783 is actually a Dark Crisis tie-in. But according to the synopsis, Barry Allen is missing, not dead? Is this Death of the JL thing a big fake-out? I mean, even before the inevitable return.