Hi all. I've been an off-and-on DC comics reader for as long as I can remember, but I've never really been able to fully get into it. I first started really reading a lot with the Death of Superman arc. That got me reading Superman and some of the occasional big story arcs like Bloodlines and Zero Hour. But due to a lack of money in college, I had to give it up shortly thereafter. Anyway, for the past couple years, I've been trying to get back into it. I have the last couple years worth of Superman books that I've collected, but haven't gotten around to reading all of them. I've also started adding Wonder Woman 200+, both Green Lantern series from Rebirth forward, and all the Crisis books. Between slowly digging into the comics and watching the excellent animated shows, I'm now really wanting to jump back in and start reading more of the comics for my favorite characters. The big One Year Later arc seems like a great point to jump on to some of these series that feature characters I like, but whose stories I haven't really read much before. This is where I'd like some help. Having not really been reading a lot of the comics, I'm not really sure which ones to look for, especially with all the upcoming cancellations and new series starting up. I'd appreciate some help getting it all sorted out. :huh Superman: I realize the Man of Steel series ended a while back, leaving 3 Superman series currently running: Superman, Adventures of Superman, and Action Comics. My understanding is that the current Superman series will be ending. Adventures of Superman, which was previously just Superman before the first Crisis and has kept the original numbering, will be reclaiming the Superman title. (And people find Final Fantasy numbering confusing. ) This should leave just Superman and Action Comics as the regular books in the current DCU continuity. Superman All Stars is a non-continuity book that's supposed to be an iconic representation of the character, correct? Batman: How many books are there again? Batman, Detective Comics, Legends of the Dark Knight, Gotham Knights, All Star Batman, and some other related books like the just ending Gotham Central are the ones I'm aware of offhand. Like Superman, I got started reading some during Knightfall, but had to give it up around Knightquest. While a lot of the books seemed interesting at a glance, I haven't read as much of the back story for Batman as I have for Superman, so it's been a little intimidating to just jump in. Especially since I'm not sure I understand how the books are related. The last time I read Batman books, they were all connected through the triangle numbering scheme back in the 90s. Now, I've gotten the impression that some of the books are in continuity while others aren't. This seems to be backed up by some recent interviews I've read that mention the two "main" Batman books - Batman and Detective Comics, correct? What are all the other books then? I'm aware that the All Star Batman is done by Frank Miller as a prequel to his DKR tales, but I don't really know anything about the rest. Wonder Woman: She only has the one series, correct? My understanding is that the current volume will be ending in the near future, and that a new volume will start up later this year. Last I've heard, it's not certain yet whether Wonder Woman will still be Diana, or if somone else will fill her role. Flash: Again, just one book, correct? I've seen where Wally disappears, and I'm aware that no one knows who will be the Flash post Crisis. Er, post second Crisis, or whatever you want to call it. I'm vaguely aware of the back stories for Barry, Wally, and Bart, so I'm interested to see how it goes whoever takes on the role. No relaunches or anything planned here, right? Green Lantern: I've picked up a few trades that chronicle some of the major points of GL history, and I've seen just enough of each of Earth's GLs that I'm interested in reading more about all of them. My understanding was that there would be the main GL book focusing on Hal, and the GL Corp book focusing on the rest. But I just read something that makes it sound like the Corp books are just a mini series. Is that correct? If so, will there be any books featuring the other GLs, or just the main book for Hal? Superhero Teams: I've always really like the JLA. I understand that the current team has been disbanded, and the current book will be ending shortly. Then it will be relaunched with unknown membership later this year. Is this correct? Also, Teen Titans will be getting a new lineup OYL. Any word on other teams, e.g. JSA, Outsiders, etc.? Finally, any other books anyone would recommend looking into? There are lots of DC characters I'd love to read more of, but I'm trying to keep a reasonable limit on my time and money commitments. But if there's a really good book I might be missing, I'd love to hear about it. Thanks in advance for all the help.