‘Earth-Prime’ comic to bring DC’s television super heroes together for an epic in-universe crossover

The minds behind The CW’s DC super hero shows are bringing their talents, and the characters they’ve reimagined, to comic books.

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“Earth-Prime” is a three-month, six-issue event set entirely in the universe of DC’s popular super hero TV shows. All issues are part of the Warner Bros.

Television show canon, approved by CW television show producers. Each of the first five issues spotlights a different CW/DC super hero show, with the sixth issue serving as a cross-over finale.

“Earth-Prime” no.1, Featuring The CW’s “Batwoman,” in Comic Book Shops and Digital Platforms April 5

‘Earth-Prime’ no. 1 (‘The CW’s Batwoman’)

Ryan Wilder, aka Batwoman, makes her costumed comic book debut in a story co-written by series writers Natalie Abrams and Kelley Larson, plus series cast member Camrus Johnson (Luke Fox/Batwing), with art by Clayton Henry.

Ever since the tech that created many of Batman’s rogues hit the streets, Ryan Wilder has been running herself ragged trying to contain the new villains popping up around Gotham City. But when Clayface’s (making his CW debut) mud binds itself to a local high schooler, Batwoman will need help from an unexpected source to contain this muddy foe! Also, follow how Luke Fox balances his life as a super hero and a boyfriend!

“Earth-Prime” no.2, featuring The CW’s “Superman & Lois,” in comic book shops and digital platforms April 19.

Earth-Prime’ no. 2 (The CW’s ‘Superman & Lois’)

“Superman & Lois” series writers Adam Mallinger, Jai Jamison and Andrew Wong join DC fan-favorite artists Tom Grummett and Norm Rapmund in a story spotlighting Clark Kent and Lois Lane’s first anniversary. Trying to celebrate their marital bliss is never easy when you’re a super hero husband and news reporter wife; especially when world-saving and creating hard-hitting stories continue to spoil your plans! Plus, the true origins of the evil Superman from John Henry Irons’ world are finally revealed!

Both issues feature cover art by Kim Jacinto and will feature photo variant covers based on each individual show. Subsequent issues will spotlight The CW television shows “DC’s Legends of Tomorrow,” “DC’s Stargirl” and “The Flash,” all written or co-written by creative talent from the shows. Each issue will also include bonus material created by cast members of The CW shows, as well as “teasers” that will provide clues to the nature of the final crossover in issue six.

“Batwoman” airs Wednesdays at 9/8c and “Superman & Lois” airs Tuesdays at 8/7c – both on The CW. For the latest information on all of Warner Bros. Television’s DC shows on The CW, visit the website, or download the app at www.thecwtv.com.

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