Fortnite has taken the world by storm since its 2017 release date. Spanning across multiple platforms like PC, Android, PlayStation, Xbox, and Nintendo Switch, it only makes sense that the Fortnite skins you can earn and buy would also span across multiple universes. Fortnite features skins from God of War, and Horizon Zero Dawn, and there are even Resident Evil skins.
Video games aren’t the only medium Fortnite skins cover, as we have also seen celebrity skins like the Ariana Grande skin, and streamer skins like the Ninja skin. Today, we want to focus on two of the biggest universes on the planet, especially in Fortnite. We already brought you all the Fortnite Marvel skins, so of course, we needed a Fortnite DC skins list, too!
Here are all the Fortnite DC skins you can play right now:
Aquaman has become a staple DC character, especially since the 2017 release of Justice League, followed by Aquaman in 2018. Luckily, Fortnite took notice and brought us the Aquaman skin in June 2020. Appearing in the Chapter 2 Season 3 Battle Pass, the Fortnite Aquaman skin brought with it the Aquaman challenges.
Sadly, this means you would have missed out on this skin if you weren’t playing the game in 2020. Completing the Aquaman challenges got you the default Fortnite Aquaman skin.
Additionally, you could unlock the Arthur Curry style, Aquaman’s Trident Pickaxe, Sea Shaka Emoticon, and Supreme Shell Back Bling. If you were lucky enough to get this in 2020, be sure to sport the Aquaman skin in March 2023, when Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom releases in theaters.
Armored Batman Zero
The Armored Batman Zero Skin came out with the Batman/Fortnite: Zero Point comic collaboration launch, released in April 2021.
Fans who purchased all six issues of the comic received a code in each one that, once all redeemed, would reward them with the Armored Batman Zero skin. The following July, the skin was released to the Item Shop for 1500 V-Bucks.
As part of the Batman: Zero Point set, this skin fits right in with Batman Zero, Catwoman Zero, Deathstroke Zero, and more. The Armored Batman Zero Fortnite skin can also be purchased in the Armored Batman Zero Bundle for 2100 V-Bucks. This bundle includes the Exo-Glider Back Bling, Batman’s Exo-Glider Glider, and the Batarang Axe Harvesting Tool.
Batman Comic Book Outfit
This Fortnite Batman skin goes all the way back to 2019, when it was released in September of that year. Chapter 1 Season 10 brought the Batman Caped Crusader Pack for $15.99, meaning it cannot be purchased with V-Bucks.
This DC Series skin is a part of the Gotham City set and the Catwoman Comic Book Outfit, Harley Quinn Outfit, and The Dark Knight Movie Outfit.
The Batman Comic Book Outfit hasn’t shown up in the shop in almost two years, so if you see it, jump on it since we don’t know when it will be back.
The Caped Crusader Pack includes the Batman Comic Book Outfit, Batman Comic Book Cape Back Bling, Batman Pickaxe, Batwing Glider, The Dark Knight Movie Skin, and The Dark Knight Movie Cloak Back Bling.
As mentioned, in April 2021, the Batman: Zero Point set was released alongside the Batman/Fortnite: Zero Point comic series launch. With it came the Batman Zero skin. Chapter 2, Season 6 found Batman Zero more buff than the Batman Comic Book Outfit but less tough than the Armored Batman skin.
Unlike the Armored Batman Zero skin, this skin can be purchased from the Item Shop for 1500 V-Bucks.
The Battle-Word Cape Back Bling comes with the skin. For 2100 V-Bucks, the Batman Zero Bundle can be purchased when it comes back to the Item Shop. This bundle includes an additional Batman Zero Wing Glider, Batman From Zero Loading Screen, and Grappling Axe Harvesting Tool.
Marvel isn’t the only franchise with signature Green characters. May 2021 brought the Fortnite Beast Boy skin to the Battle Royale. Chapter 2, Season 6, was full of Fortnite DC skin action. The Beast Boy skin has three selectable styles, Default, Garfield Logan, and Gorilla Form, explaining the higher-than-usual price of 1800 V-Bucks.
The Fortnite DC Beast Boy skin was also available before it entered the Item Shop by playing in the Teen Titans Cup and earning the top prize. The Beast Boy Bundle can be bought for 2000 V-Bucks, which includes the DC Fortnite skin, the Couch Titan Back Bling, and BB’s Beast Bat Harvesting Tool.
Of course, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson needs a Fortnite Skin. Enter Black Adam. The Black Adam Fortnite skin flew into the game in October 2022, Chapter 3, Season 2, just in time to launch with the film of the same name. The Black Adam skin is shockingly part of the Black Adam set, which includes a series of other cosmetics. The Black Adam Fortnite Skin is also reactive and changes when you progress through your match.
The Black Adam skin is pricey, costing 1800 V-Bucks for the skin alone. You can also purchase the Black Adam Bundle for 2000 V-Bucks, which includes the other items from the Black Adam Set, the Symbol of Shiruta BackBling, the Black Adam Skin, the Teth’s Throne Emote, the Teth Ascended Loading Screen and the Hawkman’s Mace Harvesting Tool.
The supervillain, also known as David Hyde in the comics (David Kane in the film), Black Manta, has his very own Fortnite DC skin, too! The Black Manta skin is one of the older Fortnite DC skins, as it came out in July 2020, Chapter 2, Season 3.
The Fortnite Black Manta skin is clearly part of the Black Manta set, but what is different here is that there was no Black Manta Bundle. For 1500 V-Bucks in the Item Shop, you get the Black Manta skin and Manta Pack Back Bling. The Manta Blades Harvesting Tool costs an additional 800 V-Bucks and completes the Black Manta set.
Back in August 2021, the Bloodsport skin came to the Item Shop. This was timed perfectly with the release of the film The Suicide Squad the same month. Fortnite even launched a video with Idris Elba describing the Bloodsport Fortnite skin before it popped into the game.
The Bloodsport skin costs 1500 V-Bucks when you see it in the Item Shop, and it is part of the Task Force X set. You can also get it in the Bloodsport Bundle for 1800 V-Bucks, which includes the Bloodsport skin, Starro Specimen Back Bling, A.R.G.U.S. Sabre Harvesting Took, Bloodsport Camo Weapon Wrap, and various Sprays.
Catwoman Comic Book Outfit
Chapter 1, Season 10 brought the Fortnite Catwoman Comic Book Outfit. In September 2021, this Catwoman skin jumped into the shop and has been back a few times since. The skin includes two edit styles, Default, and Goggles Up, showing off her face. The Catwoman Comic Book Outfit is also part of the Gotham City set, which includes the Batman Comic Book Outfit, Harley Quinn Outfit, and The Dark Knight Movie Outfit.
You can find the Catwoman Comic Book outfit in the Fortnite Item Shop for 1500 V-Bucks, and she comes with the Jeweled Cat Back Bling. The skin is also available in the Catwoman Bundle for 1800 V-Bucks, including the Jeweled Cat Back Blind, Whipcrack Emote, and Cat’s Claws Harvesting Tool.
The DC Fortnite skins are a little repetitive, with multiple versions of the same skins, much like the DC Universe and its reboots. The Catwoman Zero skin is another version of everyone’s favorite DC prowler. Much like the Armored Batman Zero skin and Batman Zero skin, the Fortnite Catwoman Zero skin is part of the Batman: Zero Point set from the Batman/Fortnite: Zero Point comic launch.
The Catwoman Zero skin appeared in the Item Shop in May 2021, Chapter 2, Season 6, and cost 1200 V-Bucks. The Catwoman Zero Bundle can be bought for 1500 V-Bucks and includes the Catwoman’s Grappling Claw Harvesting Tool.
Our next DC Series Fortnite skin is none other than Superman himself, the Clark Kent skin. Like Tony Stark in the Marvel skins list, this superhero was brought into Fortnite without his super-suit. Of course, along with the Default edit style, you will find the Shadow edit style and Superman edit style, complete with the suit we know and love.
Chapter 2 Season 7 brought the Clark Kent skin to its Battle Pass, where players would receive the Superman Challenges that let you unlock all his extras. The edit styles were unlockable through these challenges, as well as Superman’s Cape Back Bling, Secret Identity Emote, Kal-El’s Cape Glider, and more.
Continuing with the Batman: Zero Point set is the Deathstroke Zero skin. This skin launched Chapter 2, Season 6, and players could have grabbed it early in the Deathstroke Zero Cup, where a top placement would win you the skin. The Deathstroke Zero skin fits with the other skins that launched alongside the Batman/Fortnite: Zero Point comics in May 2021, like Batman Zero, Armored Batman Zero, and Catwoman Zero.
If you missed out on the cup, don’t worry because you can still pick up the Fortnite Deathstroke Zero skin if it pops up in the Item Shop for 1800 V-Bucks. The Deathstroke Zero Bundle is also available for 2000 V-Bucks, which includes the Deathstroke’s Katanas Back Bling, Deathstroke Destroyer Glider, and Deathstroke’s Katana’s Harvesting Tool.
Nia Nal, codename Dreamer, comes to Fortnite from the Arrowverse. This blue-and-white-suited superheroine appeared in the popular WB series Supergirl, played by Nicole Maines. She also appeared on The Flash and Legends of Tomorrow, other popular shows in the Arrowverse.
The Dreamer Fortnite skin first jumped into Battle Royale in August 2022, Chapter 3, Season 1. You can find her as part of the Dreamer Set, which includes nothing but the Dreamer skin. This was definitely one of the more barebones Fortnite DC Skin launches. To grab the Dreamer skin from the Battle Shop, it will run you back 1200 V-Bucks.
What would a Fortnite DC skin list be without the Oliver Queen? The Green Arrow Fortnite skin is part of the Arrow set. This set includes the Green Arrow skin, the Tactical Quiver Back Bling, and the Boxing Glove Arrow Harvesting Tool.
Green Arrow joined the game in December 2020, Chapter 2, Season 5, but there was a catch. He could only be obtained through the January 2021 Fortnite Crew Pack. The Fortnite Crew Pack is a monthly subscription that offers you unique skin, 1000 V-Bucks, and new goodies monthly. The Loki skin was also obtained this way.
Dr. Harleen Quinzell herself is in Fortnite with the Harley Quinn skin. She made her first appearance in February 2020, Chapter 2 Seasons 1. The Harley Quinn Fortnite skin returns to the shop often, so don’t worry if you missed out! This skin is part of the Gotham City set.
You can buy the Fortnite Harley Quinn skin for 1500 V-Bucks the next time you see it, and the skin comes with two edit styles. One is based on The Suicide Squad version of Harley Quinn, Lil Monster XOXO, and the other is based on 2020s Harley Quinn: Birds of Prey, Always Fantabulous. For 2000 V-Bucks, you can buy the Harley Quinn Bundle, which includes the Punchline Harvesting Tool and the Harley Hitter Harvesting Tool.
Chapter 2, Season 4 brought the Poison Ivy skin to Fortnite. We first saw the skin in November 2020, and the Poison Ivy skin came with two edit styles: Default and Human. This skin is a part of the Last Laugh set with The Joker. Strangely enough, though the Poison Ivy skin and The Joker skin are both Fortnite DC skins, the third in the set, Midas Rex, is not a part of the DC Series.
What sets these skins apart from the rest of the DC series is they are purchased in The Last Laugh Bundle for $29.99 in the Item Shop, meaning you won’t get the Fortnite Poison Ivy skin for V-Bucks anytime soon. The Last Laugh set also features the Ivy Axe Harvesting Tool, Back Bloom Back Bling, Pick a Card Contrail, and several Midas and Joker extras.
Rebirth Harley Quinn
April 2021 brought out the Rebirth Harley Quinn Fortnite skin. She was first available through a code in the Batman/Fortnite: Zero Point comic that could be purchased for $4.99. In Chapter 2, Season 4, we saw this skin hop into the Item Shop for 1200 V-Bucks.
The Fortnite Rebirth Harley Quinn skin has two edit styles: Rebirth Harley Quinn and Picky Sicky Harley Quinn. This skin is part of the …And Red All Over set, which features the Rebirth Harley Quinn skin and the Harley Quinn’s Revenge Back Bling. The Back Bling costs 400 V-Bucks when you can find it in the shop—which isn’t often.
Unlike the Rebirth Harley Quinn skin, you didn’t have to get the Rebirth Raven skin from a comic book. The Rebirth Raven skin was first launched in March 2021. The skin features three edit styles: Rebirth Raven, Raven (Classic), and Rachel Roth (one of my personal favorites!).
Unfortunately, if you missed out on this skin, you missed out for good, as it was part of the Chapter 2 Season 7 Battle Pass, and leveling to tier 77 got you the skin. The Rebirth Raven skin is part of the Teen Titans set, along with the Axe-Tral Form Harvesting Tool, Sparking Soul-Self Glider, Dimensional Gate Back Bling, and more.
Starfire comes to our DC Fortnite Skins list from Teen Titans. This ball of color first showed up in the game in September 2022, Chapter 3, Season 1. The Starfire Skin is part of the Teen Titans Set, including the Beast Boy skin, the Rebirth Raven skin, BB’s Beast Bat Harvesting Tool, the Soaring Soul-Self Glider, and more.
You can buy the Starfire Fortnite skin from the Battle Shop for 1500 V-Bucks the next time it pops up. Alternatively, you can wait for the Starfire Bundle for 1800 V-Bucks. This bundle includes the Syl’khee Back Bling, the Starfire Skin, the Starfire’s Flourish Emote, the Starfire Flies Loading Screen, and the Starbolt Harvesting Tool.
The Batman Who Laughs
This one is by far the creepiest skin in Fortnite. The Batman Who Laugh skin has haunted me since it launched in October 2021, just in time for Halloween. Chapter 2 Season 8 brought out The Batman Who Laughs Bundle for 2200 V-Bucks, which includes the skin, Robin’s Perch Back Bling, Wings of Madness Glider, and the Death Metal Scythe Harvesting Tool.
On its own, The Batman Who Laughs skin costs 1500 V-Bucks, or you could have received this skin through the Batman/Fortnite: Foundation comic code for $4.99. The skin is part of the Dark Multiverse set, including the above extras.
The Dark Knight Movie Outfit
The Dark Knight Movie Outfit is the slightly tougher Batman Comic Book Outfit version. This skin joined Fortnite in September 2019 and hasn’t returned in almost two years. Chapter 1, Season 10, brought some of the first superhero skins to Fortnite, and The Dark Knight Movie Outfit was among them.
You had to purchase this skin in the Batman Caped Crusader Pack for $15.99, and it hasn’t been available for V-Bucks. The pack featured two versions of Batman, one from the comics and The Dark Knight skin based on the films, as well as the Batman Pickaxe Harvesting Tool, Batman Comic Book Cape Back Bling, The Dark Knight Movie Cloak Back Bling, and the Batwing Glider. The Dark Knight Movie Outfit is also a part of the Gotham City set.
We last saw The Flash Skin in the Fortnite Item Shop in February 2022. The skin first appeared in-game in Chapter 2, Season 5, in February 2021. This was another skin you could get early by placing well in The Flash Cup, a duos tournament the month it was released.
You can still buy The Flash Skin for 1500 V-Bucks if you missed the tournament. It is also available in The Flash Bundle for 2200 V-Bucks. The bundle includes five items: The Flash skin, Quick Bite Emote, My Name is Barry Allen Loading Screen, Speed Force Slashers Pickaxes, and the Speed Force Back Bling.
What is Harley Quinn without her, Mr. J? The Joker Fortnite skin jumped into the Item Show during Chapter 2 Season 4. November 2020 brought The Last Laugh Bundle to Fortnite, where you could snatch up The Joker skin, the Poison Ivy skin, and the Midas Rex skin. Unfortunately, for those of you saving up your V-Bucks, this bundle can only be purchased with real money—$29.99, to be exact.
The Joker skin is part of the Last Laugh set as well, which includes plenty of extras like Joker’s Bad Joke Harvesting Tool, Joker’s Revenge Harvesting Tool, Laugh Riot Back Bling, and more for Midas Rex and Poison.
The Justice League isn’t the Justice League without Wonder Woman, so Fortnite HAD to bring in a Wonder Woman skin! She soared into the game via the Wonder Woman Cup. “Honorary Amazons” who participated won a Loading Screen, and the top prizes were the Wonder Woman skin and the Diana’s Mantle Cape.
If you weren’t around or didn’t place well in the Wonder Woman Cup, you can pick up the skin for 1600 V-Bucks. The Wonder Woman skin features two edit styles, Wonder Woman and Wonder Woman Armored (New 52). The Wonder Woman Bundle will set you back 2400 V-Bucks and features six items in total: the DC Trinity Loading Screen, Bracelets of Hephaestus Emote, Golden Eagle Wings Glider, Athena’s Battleaxe Harvesting Tool, Diana’s Mantle Back Bling, and the Wonder Woman skin itself.
Do you have a favorite among the Fortnite DC skins? Let us know in the comments section.