I recently learned that the series of the Katana and Vibe are closed. As for your opinion, what kind of the comics will have the same fate?
As you think, what comic book of DC can shortly close?
Hmm much as I love Batman, the Dark Knight seems pretty redundant. I think the Movement is probably in the most danger thought, that and All-Star Western. Now I haven't read the former but I like the latter and I don't want them to get canceled, but if I had to bet well...
Does anybody know how good Batman/Superman is doing in terms of sales?
Fifth in sales so it's not going anywhere.
Here's the most recent monthly sales.
Green Team has to go. Stormwatch is the lowest survivor and I'm amazed Batwing is still around.
I'd LOVE nothing more than for this book to be cancelled but realistically, a book featuring DC's most prominent characters shunted together in a power couple with top creators and well known villains isn't going to be cancelled any time soon.
As for what will realistically be cancelled, Batwing and Stormwatch are dropping low on sales so that could definitely cause their cancellation. World's Finest and The Movement are other options. Maybe Talon too.
Larfleeze, Movement, and hopefully Dark Knight. While I love Batman it just seems to be another Batman book to attract more buyers getting into comics. Hell when I was getting back into comics it attracted me because it was Batman and Scarecrow.
I think Harley will do fine in sales. She has a HUGE fanbase.
@wishiwassuperman: I wish I could "quote" from an iPad but I can't. I haven't heard anything about Larfleeze being limited. I enjoy the book, but it wouldn't hurt my feelings if my pull list was shortened by one on my behalf. Can anyone else comment?
Am I correct to think that Superman Unchained's fate is undetermined based on Snyder's and Lee's further evaluation of whether or not they will stay after issue 9?
Some ideas: The Movement, Talon, All-Star Western, Catwoman, Worlds' Finest. Stormwatch will probably be cancelled as well due to low sales. It has been pretty crappy, however, issue #24 got me really excited for the future of the series under Starlin. #25 comes out tomorrow. I'm guessing the only reason DC's keeping that series around is to have it prominently featured in the inevitable war with the Daemonites that has been brewing since the beginning of the new 52 in that title, as well as Superman, Demon Knights, Grifter, Voodoo, and more. This will probably happen after Starlin finishes his run. As good as Red Hood and the Outlaws is right now, I don't see that title lasting after Tynion leaves. And from what I hear the Batwoman series' success is its creative team and with them having left due to a disagreement with DC editorial, that series may take a huge blow.
Why do people keep spamming Superman/Wonder Woman that comic is awesome, and no is going to stop buying an awesome comic...
This. I think last figures I saw put it below only Batman and Justice League. The Wondy/Bat shippers are just going to have to deal :).
Also, why was Unchained doing so good? That is the most boring Superman comic ive ever read, and Wraith is a lame character.
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