Here is the Entire 52 list (With Notes of Alive or Dead):
These are titles featuring characters related to the Justice League.
Justice League, written by Geoff Johns and drawn by Jim Lee. Issue 7 was drawn by Gene Ha, and issue 8 pencilled by Ivan Reis and inked by Joe Prado. A ten-page Shazam! back-up feature by Johns and artist Gary Frank began with issue 7.
Aquaman, written by Geoff Johns and drawn by Ivan Reis and Joe Prado.
Wonder Woman, written by Brian Azzarello and drawn by Cliff Chiang.
The Flash, written and drawn by Francis Manapul Inked by Brian Buccelato.
The Fury of Firestorm: The Nuclear Men, written by Joe Harris and Ethan Van Sciver and drawn by Yildiray Cinar.
Green Arrow, written by J. T. Krul and drawn by Dan Jurgens. After Issue #6 Ann Nocenti becomes the writer.
The Savage Hawkman, written by Tony Daniel, Jim Bonny and drawn by Philip Tan. After issue 8, the series was taken over by Rob Liefeld as plotter.
Much of Batman’s history and timeline remains intact. With the exception of Stephanie Brown, all of the Robins have been accounted for and Barbara Gordon has spent time as Oracle, recently returning as Batgirl. The stories build on recent developments, and Bruce Wayne is again the only Batman.
Batman, written by Scott Snyder and drawn by Greg Capullo.
Detective Comics, written and drawn by Tony Daniel.
Batman: The Dark Knight, written by David Finch and Paul Jenkins and drawn by David Finch. As of Issue 10, Gregg Hurwitz became the sole writer.
Batman and Robin, written by Peter Tomasi and drawn by Pat Gleason.
Batgirl, written by Gail Simone and drawn by Ardian Syaf.
Batwoman, written by J. H. Williams III and W. Haden Blackman and drawn by J. H. Williams III and Amy Reeder.
Nightwing, written by Kyle Higgins and drawn by Eddy Barrows.
Catwoman, written by Judd Winick and drawn by Guillem March.
Batwing, written by Judd Winick and drawn by Ben Oliver.
Birds of Prey, written by Duane Swierczynski and drawn by Jesus Saiz.
Red Hood and the Outlaws, written by Scott Lobdell and drawn by Kenneth Rocafort.
These titles feature the “Superman Family” of characters. Superman’s marriage with Lois Lane never happened, he is a bachelor, and his adoptive parents Jonathan and Martha Kent have died. Storylines will emphasize his alien nature and how it isolates him from humanity.
Action Comics, written by Grant Morrison and drawn by Rags Morales.
Superman, written by George Pérez and drawn by Jesus Merino. After issue six, Keith Giffen becomes writer, Dan Jurgens becomes penciller, and Jesus Merino becomes inker.
Superboy, written by Scott Lobdell and drawn by R. B. Silva.
Supergirl, written by Michael Green and Mike Johnson and drawn by Mahmud Asrar. Issue #8 is drawn by George Perez.
Action Comics’ first story arc details Superman’s rebooted history, while Superman features his present adventures. Superman’s new costume is explained as a ceremonial battle armor that pays tribute to his Kryptonian past. Superboy’s history was intended to have much of it intact with the character kidnapped by N.O.W.H.E.R.E. for reverse engineering. However, writer Scott Lobdell points out that much of the character’s backstory that was tied to Superman’s backstory were erased when the changes to Superman were made.
The Green Lantern line is not undergoing a reboot. The new storyline instead builds on the aftermath of War of the Green Lanterns. Sinestro becomes a Green Lantern again after taking Hal Jordan’s ring, Abin Sur’s connection to the Indigo Tribe will be explained, and Kyle Rayner will headline a new team whose members represent each light of the emotional spectrum.
Green Lantern, written by Geoff Johns and drawn by Doug Mahnke.
Green Lantern Corps, written by Peter Tomasi and drawn by Fernando Pasarin.
Green Lantern: New Guardians, written by Tony Bedard and drawn by Tyler Kirkham.
Red Lanterns, written by Peter Milligan and drawn by Ed Benes.
These titles feature teenaged characters whose books do not fall into the other groups of titles.
Teen Titans, written by Scott Lobdell and drawn by Brett Booth.
Blue Beetle, written by Tony Bedard and drawn by Ig Guara.
Legion of Super-Heroes, written by Paul Levitz and drawn by Francis Portela.
Legion Lost, written by Tom DeFalco and drawn by Pete Woods.
These are war, science fiction, western, or crime comics, including titles formerly belonging to the WildStorm imprint.
All-Star Western, written by Jimmy Palmiotti and Justin Gray and drawn by Moritat.
Deathstroke, written by Kyle Higgins and drawn by Joe Bennett. Rob Liefeld took over as artist and writer as of issue 9.
Suicide Squad, written by Adam Glass and drawn by Marco Rudy.
Stormwatch, written by Paul Cornell and drawn by Miguel Sepulveda. After Issue #8 Peter Milligan becomes the writer.
Grifter, written by Nathan Edmondson and drawn by CAFU. As of issue 9 Rob Liefeld took over plotting.
This is the billing given to the more supernatural comics, an area that in recent years had been covered more by the Vertigo imprint.
Justice League Dark, written by Peter Milligan and drawn by Mikel Janin. After Issue #8 Jeff Lemire becomes the writer.
Swamp Thing, written by Scott Snyder and drawn by Yanick Paquette.
Animal Man, written by Jeff Lemire and drawn by Travel Foreman and Dan Green.
Frankenstein, Agent of S.H.A.D.E., written by Jeff Lemire and drawn by Alberto Ponticelli. After Issue #8 Matt Kindt becomes the writer.
I, Vampire, written by Joshua Hale Fialkov and drawn by Andrea Sorrentino.
Demon Knights, written by Paul Cornell and drawn by Diogenes Neves.
DC Universe Presents
DC Universe Presents is a series presenting multi-issue stories about different DC characters, each by a different creative team.
On January 12, 2012, DC announced that after their eighth issues, Blackhawks, Hawk and Dove, Men of War, Mister Terrific, O.M.A.C., and Static Shock would be cancelled and replaced with six new titles. The event is dubbed as the Second Wave and is set to reveal more of the post-“Flashpoint” DC Universe. Batman Incorporated was previously absent from the initial line up of Batman titles and will continue Grant Morrison’s storyline involving a conflict between Batman and Talia al Ghul.
Batman Incorporated, written by Grant Morrison and drawn by Chris Burnham.
Earth 2, written by James Robinson and drawn by Nicola Scott starring the Justice Society of America.
Worlds’ Finest, written by Paul Levitz and drawn by George Pérez and Kevin Maguire who will alternate arcs. This title will star the Earth 2 versions of The Huntress and Power Girl.
Dial H, a revamp of the Dial H for Hero concept, written by China Miéville and drawn by Mateus Santoluoco.
GI Combat, written by JT Krul, Jimmy Palmiotti, Justin Gray and drawn by Ariel Olivetti, Dan Panosian and Scott Kolins
The Ravagers, written by Howard Mackie and drawn by Ian Churchill, which will spin out of Teen Titans and Superboy.
Talon, spinning off from the Night of the Owls storyline in Batman co-written by Scott Snyder and James Tynion IV and drawn by Guillem March
Sword of Sorcery, reviving the character Amethyst, Princess of Gemworld written by Christy Marx and drawn by Aaron Lopresti as well as a Beowulf (DC Comics) back-up feature by Tony Bedard and Jesus Saiz.
The Phantom Stranger, written by Dan Didio and drawn by Brent Anderson.
Team 7, written by Justin Jordan and drawn by Jesus Merino, reviving a WildStorm title.
Since the relaunch, DC has released a number of miniseries that are part of the “New 52” continuity but not counted amongst the official fifty-two titles. These include:
The Ray, by Jimmy Palmiotti and Justin Gray
The Huntress, by Paul Levitz, Marcos To and John Dell
Penguin: Pain and Prejudice by Gregg Hurwitz and Szymon Kudranski
Legion: Secret Origin by Paul Levitz, Chris Batista and Marc Deering
T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents by Nick Spencer and Wes Craig
The Shade by James Robinson and Cully Hamner
Phantom Lady by Justin Gray, Jimmy Palmiotti, Cat Staggs and Rich Perotta.
National Comics, was announced on April 6, 2012, as a revival of the anthology title, to be launched in July 2012 and to expand upon the post-“Flashpoint” universe by presenting single-issue stories about different DC characters, starting with Kid Eternity, each by a different creative team.
Mister Terrific, written by Eric Wallace and drawn by Gianluca Gugliotta. Cancelled as of #8 for the second wave of titles.
Static, written by Marc Bernadin and drawn by Scott McDaniel. Cancelled as of #8 for the second wave of titles.
Hawk and Dove, written by Sterling Gates and drawn by Rob Liefeld. Cancelled as of #8 for the second wave of titles.
OMAC, written by Dan DiDio and drawn by Keith Giffen. Cancelled as of #8 for the second wave of titles.
Blackhawk, written by Mike Costa and drawn by Ken Lashley. Cancelled as of #8 for the second wave of titles.
Men of War, written by Ivan Brandon. and drawn by Tom Derenick. Cancelled as of #8 for the second wave of titles.
Justice League International, written by Dan Jurgens and drawn by Aaron Lopresti, Marco Casteillo, and Matt Ryan. Cancelled as of issue #12.
Captain Atom, written by J. T. Krul and drawn by Freddie Williams II. Cancelled as of issue #0, following issue #12.
Resurrection Man, written by Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning and drawn by Fernando Dagnino. Cancelled as of issue #0, following issue #12.
Voodoo, writtenby Ron Marz and drawn by Sami Basri. As of issue 4 Kyle Williams took over writing. Cancelled as of issue #0, following issue #12.