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DC POWER – Groundbreaking Anthology Returns in 2024 Featuring DC’s Black Heroes

They’re coming back and bringing a new Far Sector story with them! After a successful first run, DC Power returns January 30, 2024 with a brand-new story by the Hugo Award-winning Far Sector team of writer N.K. Jemisin and artist Jamal Campbell. The headlining story will show the first meeting between Green Lanterns Sojourner “Jo” Mullein and John Stewart.

DC Power Green Lanterns
Credit: DC Comics
DC Power Green Lantern
DC Power. Credit: DC Comics

2023’s DC Power was so popular, DC had to do a second printing. 2024’s 104-page anthology will drop January 30, 2024 just in time for Black History Month. The book will feature new, original stories for some of DC’s Black heroes, like The Signal, The Spectre (Crispus Allen), Thunder and Lightning (Anissa and Jennifer Pierce), Bloodwynd, Val-Zod (Superman of Earth-2), Queen Nubia and others.

The creative teams for 2024’s book include writers John Ridley (I Am Batman, The Other History of the DC Universe), Brandon Thomas (Hardware: Season One, Aquaman: The Becoming), Lamar Giles (Static: Up All Night), Shawn Martinbrough (Red Hood), Cheryl Lynn Eaton (Batman: Secret Files, New Talent Showcase: The Milestone Initiative) and Alitha Martinez (Nubia and the Amazons, Nubia: Queen of the Amazons) and artists Campbell, Edwin Galmon, Khary Randolph, Denys Cowan, Tony Akins, Asiah Fulmore.

The massive prestige format one-shot features a card stock main cover by Chase Conley, with card stock variant covers by Campbell, and artist/Milestone Media co-founder Denys Cowan.

A stacked line-up for fan favorites and heroes we haven’t seen in awhile. DC Power is available January 30, 2024 at local comic book shops and online. Readers can check out 2023’s DC Power on DC Universe Infinite.

DC Power, 2024 anthology cover art
DC Power. Credit: DC Comics