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Six DC Sell-Outs Back to Press

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DC Comics continues its run of issues going back to press with six more titles selling out their print runs!  The titles include “One Year Later” issues, INFINITE CRISIS tie-ins and the penultimate chapter of the exciting Jason Todd storyline!

The new printings are listed below.  All are scheduled to arrive in stores on April 19, and are available for order now:

• BATMAN #650 Second Printing (FEB068071) features a recolored version of the original cover by Jock.

• BATMAN #651 Second Printing (FEB068051) features a combined version of the covers to DETECTIVE COMICS #817 and BATMAN #651 by Simone Bianchi.

• CATWOMAN #53 Second Printing (FEB068052) features a recolored version of the original cover by Adam Hughes.

• SUPERGIRL AND THE LEGION OF SUPER-HEROES #16 Second Printing (FEB068053) features a pencils-only version of the original cover art by Barry Kitson.

• SUPERMAN #651 Second Printing (FEB068054) features a pencils-only version of the original cover art by Terry Dodson.

• TEEN TITANS ANNUAL #1 Second Printing (FEB068055) features a recolored version of the original cover by Ed Benes.

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To ensure delivery on April 19, retailers must place orders by Sunday, April 9; please note that quantities will be limited and may sell out before April 9. 

Retailers may order the issue by contacting their Diamond Customer Service Representative or DC Sales Representative, or by email at reorders@diamondcomics.com.

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