DC Comics Bringing Back 3D Covers; More Weekly Titles To Replace Weak Monthlies
If you loved those Villains Month covers from DC Comics, you'll be happy.
DC Comics has announced they are bringing back the 3D lenticular covers for next September's "Future's End" event.
The new 3D issues will tie directly into the weekly event that starts in May with The New 52: Futures End.
The September issues see all of DC's title jump forward five years into the future about what might happen.
Following September will then see the launch of a third weekly comic in October (Batman Eternal kicks off in April).
The new as-of-yet unknown October weekly will serve as a follow-up to the company's month-long, line-wide Futures End event in September.
It's also reported by Newsarama that following October, DC Comics plans on shipping a total of 12 weekly comics that would be replacing 12 monthly "weaker" titles.
"So it's not that we're adding more product in," DC Comics Co-Publisher Dan DiDio said. "It's just as the weaker books go away, we're adding weeklies, which we think have big stories that lead to more and exciting events as they start to unfold over the next year."