The current Aquaman series by writer Geoff Johns has been a huge success for DC and The New 52. Back in January the often mocked hero managed to sell more copies of his on-going than any of the competitive titles over at Marvel. That's right - Aquaman solo'd the entire Marvel Universe. So naturally, it comes as a gigantic surprise that DC Comics will end subscriptions to the book with issue 10. After that, they'll start receiving Justice League instead.
What do you think this means for Arthur's future? Should we be concerned over the long-term life span of the series, or do you think DC believes the title will sell just fine in stores and online?
Subscriptions also ending will be Justice League International, Justice League Dark, and Swamp Thing.
source: bleeding cool