When asked about several projects he's been involved with - i.e. Supermax, The Flash - Goyer said in a recent interview with IESB, "A lot of the DC movies at Warner Brothers are all on hold while the figure out, they're going to come up with some new plan, methodology, things like that so everything has just been pressed pause on at the moment. It was the double header of both Iron Man and The Dark Knight coming out, so more than ever I think they've realized, I think DC was responsible for 15% of Warner Brother's revunue this year, something crazy like that, so they realized that comic books, it's become a new genre, one of the most successful genres."What I don't understand is if Dark Knight made them tons of money and they get that comic book movies are a hit, why would they put them on hold? I reported back in August that Warner Bros. was looking for quality over quantity and was easing back on the number of movies they released each year. Movies cost a lot to make and they can be a gamble. But if Dark Knight did make a majority of their profits for the year, you'd think they'd want to capitalize on that rather than put a halt to any possible future franchises. Someone explain this to me.