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Blue Beetle is published by DC Comics. The current price per issue is $2.99.
- Blue Beetle #2: 26 Oct 2016
- Blue Beetle #3: 23 Nov 2016
- Blue Beetle #4: 28 Dec 2016
- Blue Beetle/Jaime Reyes
Blue Beetle #3Edit
This is the current issue, and therefore no story information will be posted about this issue. Please check your local comic shop for copies of this issue.
Blue Beetle #2Edit
- Blue Beetle, vol. 1 - Collects vol. 7 #1-13. "Blue Beetle faces danger from his flying Bug headquarters, taking on foes like the arsonist Firefist and Batman’s foe the Calculator." - WorldCat - ISBN 9781401268695 - (forthcoming, April 2017)
- Blue Beetle, vol. 1 - Collects vol. 8 #1-6. "Tearing its way through the events of Day of Vengeance and Infinite Crisis, the mystical Blue Beetle scarab has chosen its new guardian: teenager Jaime Reyes! But supernatural powers can be a blessing or a curse, and when it comes to the powers of the Scarab, you don't get one without the other." - WorldCat ISBN 1401209653
- Blue Beetle, vol. 2: Road Trip - Collects vol. 8 #7-12. "In this volume, Jaime discovers the secret of his Blue Beetle armor and hits the road looking for answers from the Scarab's original owner." - WorldCat ISBN 1401213618
- Blue Beetle, vol. 3: Reach for the Stars - Collects vol. 8 #13-18. "Jaime has his hands full when he learns the scarab's alien owners are invading Earth - and no one will believe him! Plus, more adventures guest-starring popular Green Lantern Guy Gardner, the Teen Titans, the villainous Eclipso, Typhoon, Giganta and more!" - WorldCat ISBN 1401216420
- Blue Beetle: Black and Blue - Collects vol. 8 #27-28, plus the back-up stories from Booster Gold vol. 2 21-24. "Jaime discovers the source of the scarab and what it was designed for." - WorldCat ISBN 1401228976
- Blue Beetle, vol. 5: Boundaries - Collects vol. 8 #29-34. "Jaime Reyes faces the arrival of a mysterious group of men sporting super-abilities as they try to illegally cross into the U.S. from Mexico! And as the protector of both El Paso and Ciudad Juarez, that means double trouble." - WorldCat ISBN 1401221629
- Blue Beetle, vol. 1: Metamorphosis - Collects vol. 9 #1-6. "It's not easy being Jaime Reyes. He has to deal with high school, family and all the drama that comes with being a teenager. Also, he's linked to a powerful scarab created by an alien race known as the Reach who seek to subjugate planets - or annihilate them. But can this teen hero turn an alien weapon of mass destruction into a force for good? And can he protect the scarab from super villains that would use it for their own nefarious purposes?" - WorldCat ISBN 1401237134
- Blue Beetle, vol. 2: Blue Diamond - Collects vol. 9 #0 & 7-16, plus Green Lantern: New Guardians #9. "Jaime Reyes struggles with the curse of the scarab that is the source of his powers, a loathsome threat emerges: a predator who stalks runaway children!" - WorldCat ISBN 1401238505
- Blue Beetle, vol. 1: The More Things Change - Collects vol. 10 #1-6 & Rebirth. "Bonded to the Blue Beetle Scarab, teenager Jamie Reyes has no idea what he's doing with one of the most powerful weapons in the universe. But he's in luck, because his predecessor--Ted Kord--is back in the DC Universe and here to serve as the young hero's mentor! Alongside fellow teen hero Doctor Fate, this duo will have to learn how to be heroes on the fly!" - WorldCat - ISBN 9781401268688 - (forthcoming, April 2017)
The Blue Beetle spins out of events in Infinite Crisis.
Leftover Useful InformationEdit
This is the spot for any useful information that doesn't fit into the above categories.
- volume 1: #1-60, 1939-1950 (Fox Feature Syndicate)
- volume 2: #18-21, 1955 (Charlton) (continues from The Thing!; continues as Mr. Muscles)
- volume 3: #1-5, 1964-1965 (Charlton)
- volume 4: #50-54, 1965-1966 (Charlton) (continues from Unusual Tales; continues as Ghostly Tales)
- volume 5: #1-5, 1967-1968 (Charlton)
- volume 6: #1-3, 1977 (Modern Comics/Charlton)
- volume 7: #1-24, 1986-1988 (DC)
- volume 8: #1-36, 2006-2009 (DC)
- volume 9: #1-16, 2011-2013 (DC)
- volume 10: #1-, 2016-present (DC)
Future Publication DatesEdit
Dates subject to change at the whims of the publisher or distributor. Please see the Diamond Shipping Lists for current information.
- Blue Beetle #4: 28 Dec 2016
- Blue Beetle #5: 25 Jan 2017
- Blue Beetle #6: 22 Feb 2017
- Blue Beetle, vol. 1: The More Things Change TP: 19 Apr 2017
- Blue Beetle, vol. 1 TP: 19 Apr 2017
News & FeaturesEdit
- 10 Apr 2012 - Bedard on Green Lantern: New Guardians-Blue Beetle Crossover
- 03 Oct 2011 - Bedard Brings A Bilingual Blue Beetle to the DCU
- 18 Jul 2011 - Reader’s Guide to the New DC Universe: Blue Beetle
- 30 Jun 2011 - Bedard: DCnU Blue Beetle, 'Spider-Man Meets Green Lantern'
- 02 Apr 2009 - Matthew Sturges & Blue Beetle Back Together in Back-ups
- 12 Feb 2009 - The Road to Albuquerque ... Rafael Albuquerque
- 10 Feb 2009 - Behind the Page - Matthew Sturges, 2
- 17 Dec 2008 - Matthew Sturges is Ready to Run!
- 14 Nov 2008 - Hail and Farewell: Sturges on Blue Beetle's End
- 13 Aug 2008 - Talking Blue Beetle with Matt Sturges
- 14 Apr 2008 - Sturges Picks Up the Scarab Running in Blue Beetle
- 14 Apr 2008 - Blog@ Q&A: New regular Blue Beetle writer Matt Sturges
- 11 Apr 2008 - Nitz Hablo Español for the Blue Beetle
- 04 Mar 2008 - John Rogers: A Bye-Bye to Blue Beetle'
- 09 Apr 2007 - Torres & Williams II: Bugging Blue Beetle
- 23 Mar 2007 - Blue Beetle Year Two: Talking to John Rogers
- 11 Jan 2007 - John Rogers & Blue Beetle Year Two
- 02 Mar 2006 - Springtime for the DCU: Giffen talks Blue Beetle and 52