DC Comics’ Flashpoint Creative Teams (Miniseries & One-Shots)

What we know so far about the 5-issue Flashpoint main series and the fifteen 3-issue tie-in miniseries. I’ll be updating this page as we learn more. Latest Update: March 11. DC has now officially announced sixteen miniseries and four one-shots.


Written by Geoff Johns.
Art by Andy Kubert and Sandra Hope.

Status: Officially confirmed. Johns & Kubert have been attached from the start, with Hope mentioned when DC announced the tie-ins.

Whatever Happened to Gotham City?

Flashpoint: Batman, Knight of Vengeance

Covers: Dave Johnson
Writer: Brian Azzarello
Art: Eduardo Risso

Announced March 4.

Flashpoint: Deadman and the Flying Graysons

Covers: Cliff Chiang
Writer: JT Krul
Art: Mikel Janin

Announced March 4.

Whatever Happened to the World’s Greatest Super Villains?

Flashpoint: Citizen Cold

Writing and art by Scott Kolins.

Announced March 4. I figured Scott Kolins was a safe bet for the artwork, but I’m surprised Geoff Johns passed up writing Citizen Cold himself.

Flashpoint: Deathstroke & the Curse of the Ravager

Covers: Joe Bennett & John Dell
Writer: Jimmy Palmiotti
Art: Joe Bennett & John Dell

Announced March 4.

Flashpoint: Legion of Doom

Covers: Miguel Sepulveda
Writer: Adam Glass
Art: Rodeny Buchemi & Jose Marzan

Announced March 4. This was the first mention of the series, which was not among the original 14 (out of 15) titles announced.

Flashpoint: The Outsider

Covers: Kevin Nowlan
Writer: James Robinson
Art: Javi Fernandez

Announced March 11.

Whatever Happened to the Aliens?

Flashpoint: Abin Sur the Green Lantern

Felipe Massafera
Writer: Adam Schlagman
Art: Felipe Massafera

Announced March 11.

Flashpoint: Project: Superman

Covers: Gene Ha
Plot by: Scott Snyder
Script: Lowell Francis
Art: Gene Ha

Announced March 11.

Flashpoint: Hal Jordan

Covers: Rags Morales
Writer: Adam Schlagman
Art: Ben Oliver

Announced March 4. This was the first mention of the series, which was not among the original 14 (out of 15) titles announced.

Whatever Happened to Science and Magic?

Flashpoint: Frankenstein & the Creatures of the Unknown

Covers: Doug Mahnke
Writer: Jeff Lemire
Art: Ibraim Roberson

Announced March 11.

Flashpoint: Secret Seven

Covers: George Perez
Writer Peter Milligan
Art: George Perez and Scott Koblish

Milligan mentioned working with Perez on a Flashpoint book “which features Shade The Changing Man and Enchantress” in a Newsarama interview. Perez mentioned working on Secret Seven on Facebook. The team was confirmed March 11.

Whatever Happened to Europe?

Flashpoint: Emperor Aquaman

Covers: Ardian Syaf & Vicente Cifuentes
Writer: Tony Bedard
Art: Ardian Syaf & Vicente Cifuentes

Bedard and Syaf were rumored early on (see below), and confirmed March 4.

Flashpoint: Wonder Woman and the Furies

Covers: Ed Benes
Writer: Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning
Art: Scott Clark and David Beaty

Writers Abnett & Lanning and artist Scott Clark were leaked in January (see below) with the full team announced March 11.

Flashpoint: Lois Lane and the Resistance

Covers: Eddy Nunez and Sandra Hope
Writer: Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning
Art: Eddy Nunez

Writers Abnett & Lanning and were leaked in January (see below) with artist Harvey Tolibao attached with a question mark. The final team was announced March 11.

The creative teams for these three apparently leaked on The Source due to a post going up ahead of schedule. (It’s since been removed.) Update (Feb 24): Bleeding Cool concurs with these names.

Everything You Know Will Change in a Flash

Flashpoint: Kid Flash Lost

Covers: Francis Manapul
Writer: Sterling Gates
Art: Oliver Nome

Announced March 11.

Flashpoint: The World of Flashpoint

Covers: Shane Davis
Writer: Rex Ogle
Art: Paulo Siquiera

Announced March 4.


Flashpoint: Grodd of War #1

Cover: Francis Manapul
Writer: Sean Ryan
Art: Ig Guara

Flashpoint: Reverse Flash #1

Cover: Ardian Syaf and Vicente Cifuentes
Writer: Scott Kolins
Art: Joel Gomez

Flashpoint: Green Arrow Industries #1

Cover: Viktor Kalvachev
Writer: Pornsak Pichetshote
Art: Mark Castiello

Flashpoint: The Canterbury Cricket #1

Cover: Rags Morales
Writer: Mike Carlin
Art: Rags Morales

These four one-shots were announced on March 11 with their creative teams.

On a related note, Dan Didio stated on Facebook that only two ongoing series will tie into the event. Presumably one of them is The Flash. Feb. 7 Booster Gold is confirmed as the other book to tie in.


One thought on “DC Comics’ Flashpoint Creative Teams (Miniseries & One-Shots)

  1. James

    Given the time travel elements — and the fact that “Time Masters” has been setting up the event — the other ongoing book has to be Booster Gold.


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