Justice League: Endless Winter Reading Order Checklist

A storm is brewing over in the DC Universe and it threatens to cover the entire planet in ice and snow. This is the work of the exiled Norse god Frost King, who attempted the same thing a thousand years ago but was foiled by a band of heroes from that time. Now that he’s back, can the Justice League stop him from causing an extinction level event?

To find out, you’ll need to read Justice League: Endless Winter. Told over nine parts, this crossover event will be released over five weeks in December.

Crossovers can be confusing. Luckily, the Justice League: Endless Winter Reading Order is here to make reading easy. Not only does it have the recommended reading order, but also other helpful information such as release dates, creative teams, and more.

Happy reading!

Background Reading

Usually, the Background Reading section would include a list of the stories that lead-up to and/or give extra context to the event. For Justice League: Endless Winter, there isn’t anything that readers need to know going in.

Endless Winter is a self-contained story that doesn’t rely on what has come before it. Additionally, the villain is brand-new, so there isn’t even any required reading on that front either.

As a result, you can jump right into this 5-week event without any worries.

Justice League #58 cover by Francis Manapul.
Justice League #58 cover by Francis Manapul.

Justice League: Endless Winter Reading Order

Take a look below to see the complete reading order.

Justice League: Endless Winter #1 (Part 1)
Written by Andy Lanning and Ron Marz. Art by Howard Porter and Marco Santucci.
Available December 1st.

The Flash #767 (Part 2)
Written by Andy Lanning and Ron Marz. Art by Clayton Henry and Marco Santucci.
Available December 8th.

Superman: Endless Winter Special #1 (Part 3)
Written by Andy Lanning and Ron Marz. Art by Phil Hester, Ande Parks, and Marco Santucci.
Available December 8th.

Aquaman #66 (Part 4)
Written by Andy Lanning and Ron Marz. Art by Miguel Mendonca and Marco Santucci.
Available December 15th.

Justice League #58 (Part 5)
Written by Andy Lanning and Ron Marz. Art by Xermanico and Marco Santucci.
Available December 15th.

Teen Titans: Endless Winter Special #1 (Part 6)
Written by Andy Lanning and Ron Marz. Art by Jesus Merino and Marco Santucci.
Available December 15th.

Justice League Dark #29 (Part 7)
Written by Andy Lanning and Ron Marz. Art by Amancay Nahuelpan and Marco Santucci.
Available December 22nd.

Black Adam: Endless Winter Special #1 (Part 8)
Written by Andy Lanning and Ron Marz. Art by Brandon Peterson and Marco Santucci.
Available December 22nd.

Justice League: Endless Winter Special #2 (Part 9 – Final)
Written by Andy Lanning and Ron Marz. Art by Howard Porter, Carmine Di Giandomenico, and Marco Santucci.
Available December 29th.

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  • While I can appreciate that there’s none of that “prelude” nonsense to catch up on I think I can speak for a lot of comic readers in general when I say that between marvel and DC the event fatigue has really been hitting me hard lately, I know comics attempt to use events either as jumping on points for new readers or to boost sales for failing comics, but when you get to a point where you have an event that spans 8 different titles and is basically impossible to read without the aid of a check list it might be time to take a look at yourself and wonder if you’ve gone just a bit too far