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• Batman Vol. 3: Death of the Family
• Joker: Death of the Family
The Joker book, collecting the "Death of the Family" tie-ins, comes out in October; Batman Vol. 3 comes out in December -- the end of 2013, yes, but the fact that these books will be out this year is exciting news nonetheless.
UPDATE: now looking like both of these books will be out on October (yay!). The Joker tie-in trade here collects Catwoman #13-14, Batgirl #13-16, Suicide Squad #14-15, Batman and Robin #15-16, Nightwing #15-16, Detective Comics #15-16, Red Hood and the Outlaws #15-16, and Teen Titans #15-16. The Batman book collects #13-17 of that series; see the comments for some discussion of what happens to the issues between Death of the Family and Year Zero.
• Joker: The Clown Prince of Crime
No other details on this one right now but it sounds like a "Greatest Stories Ever Told"-type collection. Hat tip to helpful commenters -- this is a collection of the 1975-1976 Joker series.
• Batman Incorporated Vol. 2
The second New 52 Batman, Inc. collection
• Batgirl Vol. 3: Death of the Family
• Batman & Robin Vol. 3: Death of the Family
• Batman: Detective Comics Vol. 3: Emperor Penguin
• Batwoman Vol. 3: World's Finest
• Catwoman Vol. 3: Death of the Family
• Red Hood and the Outlaws Vol. 3: Death of the Family
Deviating in part from how the "Night of the Owls" books were collected, many of these seem to carry the "Death of the Family" name right up front.
Of note, the Batman & Robin collection is reportedly issues #15-18, the Annual, and Batman #17. The Catwoman collection includes the Catwoman story from Young Romance. The Red Hood collection has Teen Titans #15-16.
• Aquaman Vol. 3: Throne of Atlantis
• Justice League Vol. 3: Throne of Atlantis
• Justice League of America Vol. 1
• Shazam! Vol. 1
Big doings in the Justice League collections at the end of the year -- two-times the "Throne of Atlantis," plus the first Justice League of America collection, and finally, the collection of Johns and Frank's Shazam back-up stories, scheduled now for October in hardcover.
UPDATE: Some controversy in the comments section that the Aquaman collection is issues #14-18 of that series, and the Justice League collection is #13-17 and Aquaman #14-16. This means one would have to buy the entire Aquaman collection really to only get two issues. UPDATE REDUX: Actually, it's even worse than this, at least as currently solicited. See comments below ...
• Green Lantern: Rise of the Third Army
• Green Lantern Corps Vol. 3: Rise of the Third Army
• Green Lantern Vol. 3: Rise of the Third Army
• Red Lanterns Vol. 3: Rise of the Third Army
Unless the "no volume number" Green Lantern collection is New Guardians, then it looks like "Third Army" will have its own crossover trade plus the individual trades. Note again all the collections now carrying the crossover name (are inter-family-title crossovers the future of DC Comics?).
The main Third Army collection contains Green Lantern Annual #1, Green Lantern #13-16, Green Lantern Corps #13-16, Green Lantern: New Guardians #13-16, Red Lanterns #13-16, and Green Lantern Corps Annual #1. The Green Lantern and Red Lanterns volumes collect each series' issues #13-20 and their zero issue; the Green Lantern Corps collection is #13-20 and the annual. Here again, one might question the necessity of the crossover collection at all.
• Superman: H'el on Earth
• Superman - Action Comics Vol. 3: At the End of Days
• Superman Vol. 3
We'll see the end of Grant Morrison's Superman saga collected before the end of the year, plus the Superman/Supergirl/Superboy "H'el" crossover.
• Animal Man Vol. 3: Rotworld: The Red Kingdom
• Swamp Thing Vol. 3: Rotworld: The Green Kingdom
... and also the full "Rotworld" saga.
Dizzyingly, the Animal Man collection is issues #12-17 and Swamp Thing #12 and #17-18; the Swamp Thing collection is #12-18 and Animal Man #12 and #17.
• All Star Western Vol. 3: The Black Diamond Probability
• Deathstroke Vol. 2: Lobo Hunt
• Flash Vol. 3: Gorilla Warfare
• Green Arrow Vol. 3
• I, Vampire Vol. 3: Wave of Mutilation
• Savage Hawkman Vol. 2: Wanted
• Suicide Squad Vol. 3
• Wonder Woman Vol. 3: Iron
• Worlds' Finest Vol. 2
The "best of the rest" of what's coming for the New 52. Glad we see a third Wonder Woman collection in 2013, Iron; I wasn't expecting I, Vampire to go to a third trade, but I'm there. The third Green Arrow trade will have issues both by Ann Nocenti and the beginning of Jeff Lemire's run.
• DC Comics One Million Omnibus
As announced before, but now available for pre-order, all the DC One Million tie-ins in one collection.
• Deadshot: Beginnings
Collects the four-issue John Ostrander/Kim Yale Deadshot miniseries from 1988 (and more?). Too much to hope this will get the ball rolling on those classic Suicide Squad collections again?
• Green Arrow Vol. 1: Hunters Moon
Congratulations, Collected Editioners -- I know you've been waiting for this one for a while. "Hunters Moon" is the first arc of Mike Grell's Green Arrow series that launched in 1988 following Longbow Hunters. Hopefully this'll be the first of many ...
• Superman: Dark Knight Over Metropolis
Technically this is Superman #44, Adventures of Superman #467, and Action Comics #654 by Jerry Ordway, Dan Jurgens, and Roger Stern, collecting one of the first major post-Crisis on Infinite Earths Superman/Batman crossovers (and a darn good mystery story!). There's years of Superman stories that built up to this one, and I hope some of those make it in here too.
• JLA: Earth 2 - Deluxe Edition
In retrospect, it kind of makes sense this should have a Deluxe edition ...
• Absolute Joker/Luthor
The newly announced two-hardcovers-with-slipcase Absolute by Brian Azzarello and Lee Bermejo.
• Batman Unwrapped By Andy Kubert
Hush Unwrapped was Jim Lee's art without dialogue; this looks to be in the same vein, with Andy Kubert's art from Grant Morrison's Batman and Son and Neil Gaiman's Whatever Happened to the Caped Crusader.
• Batman: Legends of the Dark Knight
I believe this is the digital series (not a collection of the "old" Legends of the Dark Knight series from start to finish, which would be cool), though it's interesting the (perhaps temporary) cover art says "The New 52!" on it. Wonder if that'll stick.
• Deadman: Book Four
Continuing the series of collecting Deadman's 1970s appearances around the DC Universe. By Len Wein and Jim Aparo.
• Doctor Mid-Nite
A new printing of the Matt Wagner Dr. Mid-Nite miniseries. A great book, though I wonder why it's getting a reprint, unless that portends something for Earth 2.
... and just a couple more:
• Joe Kubert Presents
• Our Army at War: The Joe Kubert War Collection
• Ame-Comi Girls Vol. 1
• Arrow Vol. 1
• Fables: The Deluxe Edition, Book Eight
• JSA Liberty Files: The Whistling Skull
• Legends of the Dark Knight: Jim Aparo Vol. 2
• Smallville Season 11 Vol. 3: Haunted
Wow. Green Arrow by Mike Grell. Dark Knight Over Metropolis. "Death of the Family" in 2013. Good, good stuff here. What are you most looking forward to?