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DC introduces the Earth-11 heroes of ‘Multiversity: Teen Justice’

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Following their debut in “DC’s Very Merry Multiverse” (December 2020) and a marquee appearance in “DC Pride 2022” (on June 7), Teen Justice crosses the DC Multiverse and stars in their own miniseries.

The secrets of Earth-11’s newest heroes and villains unfold in DC’s most exciting new team title—”Multiversity: Teen Justice” by Ivan Cohen, Danny Lore, Marco Failla, Enrica Eren Angiolini and Carlos M. Mangual!

The incredible debut issue, publishing on June 7, begins with an attack by the H.I.V.E. and ends in the Church of Blood. What is Sister Blood’s true mission among the lost souls of New York City? Can Teen Justice get through their growing pains fast enough to learn the answer in time to stop it? And what role will the mysterious Raven—the brooding hero who has refused to join the team in the past—play in the ultimate battle?

Looking for a primer on the Earth-11 heroes of “Multiversity: Teen Justice?” DC has produced a series of trading card-style biographies of the main cast! Kid Quick—the Future State Flash—and their fellow heroes Supergirl, Robin, Aquagirl, Klarienne the Witch Girl, and Troy take center stage in a miniseries that rocks Earth-11 to its core.

ROBIN (Talia Kane) — she/her/hers
RAVEN (real name unknown) — he/him/his
SUPERGIRL (Laurel Kent) — she/her/hers
KLARIENNE (“the Witch Girl”) — she/her/hers
KID QUICK (Jess Chambers) — they/them/their
AQUAGIRL (Jacqui Hyde) — she/her/hers
TROY (Donald Troy) — he/him/his

“Multiversity: Teen Justice” no.1 by Ivan Cohen (“The Batman & Scooby-Doo Mysteries”), Danny Lore (“DC Pride,” “Champions”), Marco Failla (“DCeased: Hope at World’s End”), and Enrica Eren Angiolini, with covers by Robbi Rodriguez (main), Stephanie Hans (open-to-order variant), Bengal (1:25 variant), and Failla & Angiolini (1:50 variant), publishes on June 7. As a bonus feature, the team’s introduction story, “To Stop the Star-Conqueress” by Ivan Cohen, Eleonora Carlini, Ulises Arreola and Becca Carey from “DC’s Very Merry Multiverse,” will be reprinted in this issue.

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