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'Titans', 'Scooby Apocalypse', and 'Damage' will end in April

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‘Titans’, ‘Scooby Apocalypse’, and ‘Damage’ will end in April

The apocalypse comes to an end for the Scooby gang.

According to the DC April solicitationsTitans, Scooby Apocalypse and Damage are all set to end that month. It’ll be the 36th issue of Titans and will be ending with the latest iteration of the team — Nightwing, Steel, Raven, Green Lantern Kyle Rayner, and a fair few more. I doubt the Titans will be done in the DCU, even if it’s not this particular lineup, especially with them and numerous other heroes being able to come and go to the Hall of Justice in Scott Snyder’s Justice League.

Scooby Apocalypse is also ending at #36. The comic puts a post-apocalyptic twist on Scooby Doo, something refreshingly different for the venerable gang.

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Damage ends at #16 and as Newsarama notes, it leaves ex-assassin focused The Silencer and The Terrifics as the last two New Age of DC Heroes titles. Phantom Girl, Mr Terrific, Metamorpho and Plastic Man are the focus on The Terrifics.

'Titans', 'Scooby Apocalypse', and 'Damage' will end in April

In Damage, US Army recruit Ethan Avery is turned into a living weapon by the Damage project, turning into a hulking monster for 1 hour a time. Here are the solicits for these comics:

TITANS #36
written by DAN ABNETT
art and cover by BRUNO REDONDO
variant cover by FRANCIS MANAPUL
“Into the Bleed” finale! It’s all been building to this! Witness the battle for the fate of the entire Multiverse as our heroes tackle Mother Blood and her armies of Unearth! Mother’s plan to use the Bleed to spread her power throughout every corner of the fabric of reality has reached its zenith, and she’s pulling out all the stops to see to it the Titans fail in stopping her. But even with Raven’s soul-self reunited, can the team rescue their heavy hitters Kyle Rayner and Steel before it’s too late? Don’t miss this melee of multiversal mayhem!
ON SALE 04.10.19
$3.99 US | 32 PAGES
FC | RATED T
FINAL ISSUE

DAMAGE #16
written by ROBERT VENDITTI
art by AARON LOPRESTI and MATT RYAN
cover by AARON LOPRESTI
Captured by Echidna, the goddess of monsters, Ethan and Congo Bill must rely on their wits as humans rather than strength as giant powerhouses in order to survive. But do these men stand a chance against the mother of all colossal beasts? Find out in the shocking finale of our series!
ON SALE 04.17.19
$3.99 US | 32 PAGES
FC | RATED T
FINAL ISSUE

SCOOBY APOCALYPSE #36
written by J.M. DeMATTEIS and HEATH CORSON
art by PATRICK OLLIFFE, TOM PALMER and GUS VAZQUEZ
cover by PATRICK OLLIFFE and TOM PALMER
variant cover by MIRKA ANDOLFO
Don’t miss the series finale! It’s the end of the road for the Mystery Machine! With their mall headquarters destroyed, Daphne, Shaggy, Velma, Scooby-Doo and, yes, Scrappy-Doo prepare for their final battle with the Nanite King. Will the resurrected Fred Jones be the key to humanity’s redemption–or its annihilation? And in the final chapter of our Atom Ant epic, all of our guest stars vote on who gets to join the Justice League!
ON SALE 04.10.19
$3.99 US | 32 PAGES
FC | RATED T
FINAL ISSUE

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