Update 1:15 PM: The final cancelled title is Voodoo, as revealed in the Edge Group Solicits.
The WildStorm carry over was mired by a rough run from the beginning. First came the criticism that it was too overtly sexual with scenes in a strip club in the first issue. Then writer Ron Marz was replaced before his first arc even finished, launching the wave of creative changes that hasn’t stopped since.
Regardless, September sees the end of Voodoo, Resurrection Man, Captain Atom, and Justice League International, having seen all four through year-long runs. Final solicitation for Voodoo follows:
Written by JOSH WILLIAMSON
Art by SAMI BASRI
Cover by PAULO SIQUEIRA
On sale SEPTEMBER 26 • 32 pg, FC, $2.99 US • RATED T+ • FINAL ISSUE
• The truth about Pris is revealed at last as she sets off on a mission for vengeance that can only end in genocide!
Update 12:15 PM: And Resurrection Man makes three. Revealed in the Dark Group Solicits, this is it for the man that can’t die. Whoops. Still to come: Young Justice Group, Edge Group, and Superman Group.
Written by DAN ABNETT and ANDY LANNING
Art by JESUS SAIZ
Cover by FRANCESCO FRANCAVILLA
On sale SEPTEMBER 12 • 32 pg, FC, $2.99 US • RATED T+ • FINAL ISSUE
• Mitch Shelley discovers the truth of his existence, and even the ability to return from the dead won’t save him!
Original Story: DC’s Solicitations will roll out throughout the day today, and with that the question of the other three cancelled series, joining Justice League International, will be answered.
First up is Captain Atom, with #0 listed as the final issue in the Justice League Group solicits:
Written by J.T. KRUL
Art and cover by FREDDIE E. WILLIAMS II
On sale SEPTEMBER 19 • 32 pg, FC, $2.99 US • RATED T • FINAL ISSUE
• Captain Nathaniel Adam volunteers for a dangerous experiment that will make him one of the most powerful heroes in the DC Universe!
• How much can man lose before he is no longer human?
That’s two down and two to go, then.
Which other two titles do you think will be cut? Note that both Hawkman and Firestorm, two “bubble” titles, seem to have survived, based on their solicitations for September.