Here me out. Comic books are a far more limited medium than most entertainment industries. A 1000 people saying 'Give Storm an ongoing series or we will stop reading' or 'Get rid of the DC editor or else we will stop reading' would be a very real fear to DC and Marvel.
This doesn't necessarily mean Robinson is leaving because of DC editorial issues or whatever. Earth-2 was his only book. 17 issues (+ the annual) is a substantial run, and it allowed him to build up the world from scratch. A good writer could very well pick it up and take it to good places.
Earth 2 was the only thing stopping DC from reverting about the old universe with Robinson off the book and gone from the company. I guess his crossover planed for next year is off and to me this means DC is rebooting again after Trinity War.
Um....that's really interesting logic, but I don't think it'll hold up.
Was my opinion and my logic tells me that DC is losing all of what was accomplished with the new 52 there market share is lower then it was before the new 52 had started and they have this thing Trinity War coming up with an all powerful box involved my logic tells me there will be a huge shake up to the universe that is desperately needing it. Its time to save the sinking ship if not the new 52 will be remembered as DC's Heroes Reborn.
Justice League, JLA, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern, Aquaman, Wonder Woman, Nightwing, Batman, Batman and Insert character here, Green Arrow, Animal Man, Justice League Dark, Constantine, Talon, All Star Western, Earth 2, Demon Knights, Batman Incorporated and Red Hood and the Outlaws. At the moment, these titles are the ones generally regarded as the best rating rise from fans, and I probably missed one or two. (Insert something Justin Jordan is writing, Dial H or Batgirl...)
If you count Dial and Barb's, that's 21 titles out of 52, from a limited perspective. While I read Teen Titans, Superman, New Guardians and a few others, I aimed for the least arguable in this rant here
Heroes Reborn was smaller, and had none of these. They were also Rob Liefield made....
Marvel has good titles, I will not argue that. However, their dominance in the market is due to near constant events, movie inflation and double monthing.
Now, while I copy and paste this argument for a blog, I await a war over this
Look, while I am a DC fan, I see how Marvel is getting a lot of readers at the moment. Could it be like how the Anti-52's point out at the beginning and it will die down as the months go by, or are Marvel's movies creating an imbalance. If so, could Man of Steel, if it works, do something similar to DC's Superman titles?