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DC Preview Upcoming Anthology DC PRIDE 2023

DC Comics has dropped a brand new preview of its 2023 DC PRIDE anthology, comic to comic book stores on May 30, 2023.



DC Pride connecting covers for Harley Quinn #31 and Poison Ivy #13 by Claire Roe

Pride Month is almost upon us and that means that DC Comics is gearing up to release its latest DC Pride anthology. This year the annual celebration of DC-diversity comes to comic book stores and digital platforms on May 30.

The all-new 104-page anthology starring DC’s fan-favorite stable of LGBTQIA+ characters will this time focus on never-before-seen team-ups! DC’s 2023 Pride collection of books and comics will be available at your local comic book shop, bookstore, library, and beyond, delivering bold stories, brave characters, and more pride than ever.

Below is the full list of contents in DC Pride 2023, which also includes an introduction by Phil Jimenez, sampled above; a preview of the upcoming Bad Dream graphic novel starring Dreamer (written by Nicole Maines and drawn by Rye Hickman!); pinups by artists Angel Solorzano, Noah Dao, Babs Tarr, Maria Llovet, Brandt & Stein, Claire Roe with Triona Farrell, Travis Moore with Tamra Bonvillain; a tribute to trailblazing comics writer Rachel Pollack from Neil Gaiman, Tom Peyer, Jadzia Axelrod, and more.

This year’s oversize one-shot special is headlined by Grant Morrison returning to Multiversity, with a cosmic love story illustrated by Hayden Sherman! In a story from Leah Williams and Paulina Ganucheau, Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy go to extreme measures to get a little alone time… but there’s nowhere on the planet Crush can’t crash! Nadia Shammas and Bruka Jones helm a tale of Tim Drake and Connor Hawke learning that there’s nothing more awkward than reuniting with an old friend—after you’ve both come out and one of you was indoctrinated by the League of Shadows for a while. A.L. Kaplan writes and illustrates Circuit Breaker’s struggles to stifle his powers after the Flash of Earth-11 leaps out of the time stream and knocks them both into another dimension! Jon Kent gets a comprehensive course in dark magic when John Constantine unleashes a fetch on him, courtesy of writer Christopher Cantwell and artist Skylar Patridge! All this and much more, including Spirit World star Xanthe Zhou meeting Batwoman in a story by Jeremy Holt and Andrew Drilon!

With over 100 pages of original stories and content, DC Pride 2023 celebrates the bravest and the boldest of DC’s Super Heroes. Here’s a sneak peek into what a few of the teams will be delivering:

“Love’s Lightning Heart” by Grant Morrison, Hayden Sherman, Marissa Louise and Aditya Bidikar.
“And Baby Makes Three” by Leah Williams, Paulina Ganucheau and Frank Cvetkovic.
“Hey, Stranger” by Nadia Shammas, Bruka Jones, Tamra Bonvillain and Frank Cvetkovic.
“Subspace Transmission” by A.L. Kaplan and Aditya Bidikar.
“Anniversary” by Josh Trujillo, Don Aguillo and Lucas Gattoni.
“Lost & Found” by Jeremy Holt, Andrew Drilon and Lucas Gattoni.
“Teamwork Makes the Dream Work” by Mildred Louis and Ariana Maher.
“The Dance” by Rex Ogle, Stephen Sadowski, Enrica Eren Angiolini and Ariana Maher.
“My Best Bet” by Christopher Cantwell, Skylar Patridge, Dearbhla Kelly and Morgan Martinez.
“Bad Dream: A Dreamer Story” by Nicole Maines, Rye Hickman, Bex Glendining and Rusty Gladd.

For more information about DC Pride 2023, the DC Multiverse and more, visit the DC website at and follow DC on social media at @DCOfficial. Fans can also celebrate DC Pride and read comics featuring LGBTQIA+ characters online by visiting the DC Universe Pride hub page on DC Universe Infinite, DC’s premium digital comic book service. New titles are added every month, and a selection of free-to-read titles will be featured for registered users during Pride!

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