@nightfang: Batman had both Legends of the Dark Knight and Batman '66. Wonder Woman has Sensation Comics and now Wonder Woman '77. Adventures of Superman was the continuity-free digital first series with rotating creative teams that was the superman equivalent of Legends of the Dark Knight and Sensation Comics. So it would be perfect for Superman to have a tv/movie comic just like Batman and Wonder Woman so that the Big Three would all have a series of the same type.
@mrkareemruiz: If by "black," you mean she does not have very light skin, you are correct. However, if you mean she is African American in some way, that is actually not the case. She's Latina and actually was before the New 52 as well, which is pretty cool (she just looked a bit lighter in complexion before the new 52)
@wtk1013: Maybe, maybe not. The only real difference between the two Kendras outside of the costume is that Pre-New 52/Earth 2 Kendra was a bit more fair skinned. This could go either way, but definitely a good fit for Kendra Saunders in any iteration.
Free Willy Aquaman was my favorite. I usually just buy main covers unless there's a really good variant, but I just had to buy that one too.
I don't see a price anywhere on any of the movie variants though. And the backs of the issues are still just whatever ad is being run (I checked my Aquaman). I guess retailers just have to be careful to remember how much each series generally costs. Although Flash is $3.99 this month and was always $2.99 before. Maybe some people saved a dollar on Flash $40 variants if their retailers didn't notice...