In this article, we’ll highlight 10 best blue beetle comics you should read, from classic runs to modern reboots.
“Shellshocked” is a must-read comic book series for fans of Blue Beetle. Published in 2006 by DC Comics, it introduces the third Blue Beetle, Jaime Reyes.
In the aftermath of Infinite Crisis, Jaime Reyes became the newest version of Blue Beetle. The opening issue of the “Blue Beetle” comic pays tribute to the previous Blue Beetles.
In the “Countdown to Infinite Crisis” one-shot comic, Blue Beetle (Ted Kord) investigates a conspiracy involving Maxwell Lord and his plans to take over the world.
“Blue Beetle: Blue & Gold” is a six-issue comic book miniseries that brings back the iconic friendship between Ted Kord (Blue Beetle) and Booster Gold.
Jaime Reyes, the newest version of Blue Beetle, is introduced in DC Comics’ “Infinite Crisis,” which is a must-read to understand how he fits into the DC mythos following Ted Kord’s death.
Blue Beetle’s dynamic relationship with Booster Gold was introduced in Justice League International, where the character interacts with some of DC’s biggest heroes such as Batman.
Blue Beetle Vol. 6 marked the first series in which the titular character was featured after DC Comics acquired the rights from Charlton Comics.
It is a significant issue in the DC Comics universe, as it introduced Ted Kord, the second Blue Beetle, to readers.
In DC’s Rebirth, the company made changes to their lineup, including replacing the beloved Ted Kord with Jaime Reyes as the new Blue Beetle.
In the New 52’s Blue Beetle series, Jaime Reyes struggles with the Blue Beetle armor that grants him his powers, as it has a desire to destroy the world, in contrast to Jaime’s desire to save it.