"The Survivors" (32 pages)
DC MONTH-TO-MONTH SALES: January 2006
posted 03-17-2006 05:10 PM
BY MARC-OLIVER FRISCH
The "Infinite Crisis" crossover still purring like a kitten and the big
"One Year Later" reboot just round the corner, January was,
understandably, another very quiet month for DC Comics, in terms of new
titles. The publisher's top-selling new title in January was the DAY OF
VENGEANCE: INFINITE CRISIS SPECIAL one-shot. Other than that, the
limited series SGT. ROCK: THE PROPHECY and ELFQUEST: DISCOVERY debuted,
along with the new Vertigo title THE EXTERMINATORS.
An overview of ICv2.com's statistics can be found here:
(1) INFINITE CRISIS
10/2005: Infinite Crisis #1 (of 7) -- 249,265 -- [261,365]
11/2005: Infinite Crisis #2 (of 7) -- 207,564 (-16.7%) -- [215,259]
12/2005: Infinite Crisis #3 (of 7) -- 188,853 (- 9.0%) -- [195,771]
01/2006: Infinite Crisis #4 (of 7) -- 182,633 (- 3.3%)
These numbers speak for themselves, really. Even though it keeps losing
steam as a crossover in January, INFINITE CRISIS itself is tremendously
successful for DC, particularly considering its $ 3.99 price tag, and
sales are holding up relatively well.
The three previous issues also made the chart in January. selling
another estimated 2,121 (issue #1), 3,818 (#2) and 6,918 (#3) copies.
DC MONTH-TO-MONTH SALES: DECEMBER 2005
posted 01-31-2006 03:50 PM
BY MARC-OLIVER FRISCH
(1) INFINITE CRISIS
10/2005: Infinite Crisis #1 (of 7) -- 249,265 -- [259,244]
11/2005: Infinite Crisis #2 (of 7) -- 207,564 (-16.7%) -- [211,441]
12/2005: Infinite Crisis #3 (of 7) -- 188,853 (- 9.0%)
The book's sales seem to be finding their level quickly. While it's
still lost more than 60,000 units between issues #1 and #3, the
percentage drops are actually more gentle than those of other recent
high-profile DC launches. Retailers seem to have a lot of confidence in
the book so far, and it's obviously a big money-maker for the company,
especially given its cover price of $ 3.99.
One also shouldn't underestimate the ongoing and very enduring boost
INFINITE CRISIS and its many precursors have been giving to the majority
of DC's mainstream titles, most notably SUPERMAN and WONDER WOMAN.
INFINITE CRISIS isn't just tremendously successful as a limited series,
but as a crossover as well.
On the other hand, December marked the first month since DC began the
drum roll for INFINITE CRISIS in which several titles didn't noticeably
profit from taking part in the crossover or its off-shoots, which might
suggest that the interest in INFINITE CRISIS -- at least so far as the
crossover aspect is concerned -- has peaked for the time being. The
coming months should bring more clarity in the matter.
Like the two previous issues, INFINITE CRISIS #3 was shipped in two
different cover editions, for the record, one drawn by George Pérez, the
other by Jim Lee. Issue #2 made the chart again in December with 3,877
additional copies, issue #1 with 2,191.
Countdown to Crisis Chronology (Part 3 of 3)
Friday, January 27
By Paul T. Semones
DOWNLOAD THE CHRONOLOGY, VERSION 1
Concluding this three-part series investigating the chronology of the DC
Universe from the Countdown 80-page special to Infinite Crisis (read Part 1 and Part 2), today some of the trickiest parts of the chronology are explored and explained.
(Beware: the rest of this column will be, inescapably, SPOILER-HEAVY.)
Yet Infinite Crisis #1 seems to place the Rock of Eternity’s
destruction, the destruction of the Watchtower, and a startling array of
other events all on the same day Superboy is brooding in front of the
television – Monday.
While I am reluctant to distort the integrity of the core book itself,
and while I recognize that my research on this Sunday/Monday timeframe
is not complete, I am nearing the conclusion that Infinite Crisis #1 is
deliberately told in a jumbled sequence that suits Johns’ preferred
dramatic pacing, and cannot be read as a literal chronological sequence.
O melhor dos quadrinhos nos Eua em 2005
Por José Antônio Mansur — Quarta, 4 de janeiro de 2006
2005 foi o ano em que Marvel e DC – as duas grandes editoras americanas –
mais monopolizaram o mercado de quadrinhos americanos em tempos
recentes. Dessa forma, houve pouco espaço para os independentes
brilharem – com poucas exceções. Aqui vai uma lista dos melhores
quadrinhos publicados na terra do Tio Sam no ano passado:
Phil Jimenez (Otherworld, Infinite Crisis) – A sombra de
George Pérez não paira mais sobre Jimenez. O artista tem se aventurado a
escrever revistas como Otherworld e ainda fez uma arte magnificamente
detalhada nessa minissérie e em Infinite Crisis. Também dignos de nota:
John Cassaday (Surpreendentes X-men), Mark Buckingham e Steve Leialoha (Fábulas), Ed Benes (Aves de Rapina), Bryan Hitch (Os Supremos) e Frank Quitely (WE3).
DC Comics' Infinite Crisis revisits 1985 successes
By Joseph Szadkowski
January 28, 2006
Since the death of the Elongated Man's wife, Sue Dibny, in the
spring of 2004, DC Comics has put its fans into an emotional and
multilayered story crossing over most of its best titles (around 78
comic books, to be more exact), which has led up to the current,
universe-shattering developments in this monumental seven-part
Billed as the sequel to the Crisis on Infinite Earths miniseries of
1985, in which DC aggressively combined its multiple versions of Earth
into one, with some of its heroes perishing in the process, the current
event and all of its subplots are bound to give the confused, casual
comic-book fan an eye-watering headache. (I review a few of the trade
paperbacks below to shed light on the epic.)
I'll readily admit that I have only a slight idea of what is going
on here, but it sure looks exciting as I read such mighty dialogue as
"being the only survivor of a reality that never existed" and "the very
fabric of existence has shifted."
The story of Infinite Crisis thus far offers the end of the Justice
League, a Power Girl epiphany, the destruction of the Freedom Fighters,
the Spectre savoring vengeance, Brother Eye wreaking havoc on the
metahumans and a despondent Joker not being offered the chance to join
the Secret Society of Supervillains.
As a team of creators including Geoff Johns, Phil Jimenez, Andy
Lanning and George Perez leaves its mark on the unfolding story, it's
obvious heroes and villains will continue to die, multiple versions of
Superman will be right in the middle of the mess, and comic-book fans
late to the game will spend lots of cash to find out what is going on
and what is going to happen.
DC MONTH-TO-MONTH SALES: NOVEMBER 2005
posted 01-04-2006 04:30 PM
BY MARC-OLIVER FRISCH
Besides dutifully carrying on with INFINITE CRISIS and all that it
entails, November was the launch month of DC Comics' ALL-STAR SUPERMAN,
written by Grant Morrison and drawn by Frank Quitely. Unfortunately,
sales don't turn out as spectacular as one might have imagined, leaving
ALL-STAR SUPERMAN #1 on a modest second place after a strong INFINITE
CRISIS #2 on the November chart. Other notable November debuts from DC
included Matt Wagner's BATMAN AND THE MONSTER MEN, a new JONAH HEX
ongoing series, DANGER GIRL: BACK IN BLACK (WildStorm) and Brian Wood's
DMZ (Vertigo), as well as the final two SEVEN SOLDIERS limited series by
Grant Morrison, FRANKENSTEIN and BULLETEER.
(1) INFINITE CRISIS
10/2005: Infinite Crisis #1 (of 7) -- 249,265 -- [257,053]
11/2005: Infinite Crisis #2 (of 7) -- 207,564 (-16.7%)
This is a respectable second-issue drop-off for a book selling in these
spheres. Although there were a few titles which sold higher or similar
numbers with their debut issues in 2005, INFINITE CRISIS is the first
series for the year which manages to stay above 200K with two
consecutive issues. (The last one was the Brian Azzarello/Jim Lee
SUPERMAN in 2004.)
For the record, it should be mentioned that both issues shipped with two
different covers. But that's hardly an unusual practice, at this stage.
Solving the Crossover Conundrum
Dateline: Wednesday, December 14, 2005
By: KURT AMACKER
...If INFINITE CRISIS requires eight months, then readers logically
expect crossover in other titles during the same time (or they should,
in a consistent shared universe). If that time were reduced to a single
month, then the writers would only have to worry about the events
leading up to and following the event. So, you read BATMAN until the big
INFINITE CRISIS trade hits the shops. Then, you read about what the
Dark Knight’s up to during that event. That’s where he is during the
larger story of the shared universe, and he doesn’t have time to head to
Apokalips with Superman. Then, the next issue of his regular series
picks up after the special event.
I know what some of you are thinking – characters’ extra titles don’t
always reflect the current universe’s continuity and not every issue of
BATMAN, nor every issue of LEGENDS OF THE DARK KNIGHT has to reflect
INFINITE CRISIS or whatever. In fact, some of these extraneous series
just ignore the event altogether. Thus, readers can still enjoy a title
without buying into the crossover. For instance, while INFINITE CRISIS
rages, Batman’s still dealing with Jason Todd and the Red Hood business
in his own title. You can read one without the other. However, while the
Jason Todd story may ultimately tie into the larger event, you can’t
tell me that during INFINITE CRISIS, Bruce Wayne has a lot of down time
to fight Gotham’s underworld. Even the Dark Knight has to sleep....
[ Read more Solving the Crossover Conundrum ]
Infinite Crisis #2 Sells Over 200K
December 19, 2005
Diamond Comic Distributors sold an estimated 207,564 copies of DC's Infinite Crisis #2
(featuring two covers) to comic stores in November, only a 17% drop
from the blistering sales (249,265) of the first issue. DC's All Star Superman
(Grant Morrison and Frank Quitely, cover by Quitely and an incentive
cover Neal Adams) came in at 170,802 copies, substantially less than the
roughly 261,000 copies the first issue of All Star Batman and Robin, the Boy Wonder sold, powered by Frank Miller and Jim Lee star power.
207,564 Infinite Crisis #2
170,802 All Star Superman #1
135,462 House of M #8
126,148 New Avengers #13
99,990 Supergirl #3
97,919 X-Men: Deadly Genesis #1
96,734 Decimation: House of M - The Day After
NOVEMBER 2005 SALES CHARTS & MARKET SHARE REPORT
12-16-2005 03:40 PM
UPDATE 12/17/05: This month, again thanks to our partnership with
Comics Buyer’s Guide, Newsarama is now able to bring readers estimates
of the number of comics, graphic novels, and now overall market sales
sold to the direct market. Click on the following link for the Top 300
Comics, Top 100 Graphic Novels and Overall Market Estimates.
According to the analysis of CBG’s John Jackson Miller, Infinite Crisis,
All-Star Superman, and a great month for new trade paperback sales (led
by over 10k orders for The OMAC Project helped the direct market to
double-digit gains in November. Stable year-over-year sales for comics
were complemented by a $4.74 million month for Diamond’s Top 100 trade
paperbacks, a 23% increase over the same month in 2004.
”The market continues on pace for a $350 million year in the direct
market”, Miller said. “CBG had earlier projected a range between $340
and $350 million, but the market now looks as if it’ll wind up nearer
the higher end of that range.”
“As of this past Wednesday, December 14, we have passed the overall
dollar sales mark in the direct market set in 2005. From here on out
it’s all growth. It’s gravy from here on out.”
TOP 300 COMIC BOOKS
INFINITE CRISIS #2 (Of 7)
INFINITE CRISIS #1 (Reorder)
TOP 100 TPB
CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS ABSOLUTE EDITION HC
CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS (Reorder)
NOVEMBER 2005 SALES CHARTS & MARKET SHARE REPORT
12-16-2005 03:40 PM
DCD (Diamond Comics Distributors) released their monthly Direct Market
sale charts and Market Share report Friday, this month for titles that
went on sale in November 2005, and while DC Comics had the two best
selling titles of the month, Infinite Crisis #2 (#1) and All-Star Superman #1 (#2), along with the top-selling trade paperback of the month, The OMAC Project,
Marvel Comics strength in the overall Top 20 Comics (14 of 20) helped
them first in both Dollar and Unit Market Share for the month.
House of M wrapped up with its final issue #8 in 3rd place for the month, and X-Men: Deadly Genesis
made a very strong debut at #6. The rest of the Top 100 took on its
fairly usual flavor, with just six of the Top 100 coming from outside of
DC and Marvel including Dynamite Entertainment’s Red Sonja #3 at #42.
TOP 100 COMIC BOOKS
INFINITE CRISIS #2 (Of 7)
ALL STAR SUPERMAN #1*
HOUSE O/M #8 (Of 8)*
TOP 100 GRAPHIC NOVELS
OMAC PROJECT TP
CRISIS O/INFINITE EARTHS ABSOLUTE ED HC
Comics Review: Who’s that Power Girl?
By Rizal Solomon
INFINITE CRISIS ISSUE 2 DC SINCE the book has been out for a bit, this
is more of a spoiler-ish bringing-up-to-date sort of review. As the back
story of Infinite Crisis is a long and complex one, we’ll be taking a
look at the series of events which has led us to Issue 2.
The real star of Issue 2 is Power Girl.
Writer Geoff Johns recently provided us a deeper look at her origins in
JSA:Classified. Here, he takes us and Power Girl all the way down the
rabbit hole to show us the ‘Truth’.
Ever since her first appearances, Power Girl has been plagued by
First, everyone thought she was Superman’s cousin. Then it was proven
false. And then a few other origins came up and left everyone confused
as to who the heck this woman really is.
Was she really a Kryptonian? Or from Atlantis?
[ Read more Comics Review: Who’s that Power Girl? ]
11/14/2005 - DF REVIEW: INFINITE CRISIS #2
DF RATING: 9/10
BY JOE TARABORRELLI
OK Kids – Class is in session! I would like to welcome everyone to DC’s
Crises 101. We have a lot to cover so if you wouldn’t mind please get
ready to take notes.
I will admit that I never read Crisis on Infinite Earths. Now before
everyone starts throwing stones and screaming “blasphemy”, I’ve done my
research and I have a basic understanding of what has transpired in the
past. However, some of the congestion and confusion still hovers.
Infinite Crisis #2 is the perfect point for anyone to hop onto the
current storyline. This is the issue which will slowdown, and BREAKDOWN,
the congestion that is the past 20 years of Crisis storylines as well
as progressively moving the Infinite Crisis storyline along with the
origin of Power Girl – FINALLY!
The issue opens with Donna Troy’s call-to-arms heading out to Animal Man
where he ominously points out that every animal on Earth is drastically
trying to escape the planet.
As I said, if you were nervous to be jumping into a book where the basis
of it was established 20 years ago… don’t worry. Everything you need to
know and get you up to speed is handed to you in the smooth rolling
Johns’ script. The past is explained with the present is quickly moving
forward. Johns’ script is also highly accentuated by Jimenez’s pencils,
which are on par with the original artist of Crisis on Infinite Earths,
Infinite Crisis #2
Off the Presses, Scoop, Friday, November 11, 2005
DC Comics; $3.99
Whether you're an old-time DC Comics fan or someone too young to
remember Crisis on Infinite Earths, you'll definitely want to check out
this major event which is re-shaping the DC Universe. This is not to be
Infinite Crisis #2 George Pérez Cover Preview
10-26-2005 03:51 PM
Anyone with any doubts that Power Girl plays a huge role in DC’s Infinite Crisis, notice has been served.
As they have over the last few months, DC has provided Newsarama a
preview of another cover to Infinite Crisis. Up this week is George
Pérez’s cover to next month’s Infinite Crisis #2, again prominently
featuring Power Girl front and center ... well, back and center anyway.
So as always, click on the image to the right for the full cover
preview. And if you’d like to update your score cards, Jim Lee’s covers
to issues #3 and #4 are still out there awaiting a preview.
Look for them soon here on Newsarama…
Dan DiDio: Crisis Counseling 01
10-12-2005 04:44 PM
If you saw one of Dan DiDio’s “Crisis Counseling” panels at any of the
various conventions over the past year you know what’s coming. Handling
questions about the build-up to the miniseries, the original Crisis, as
well as Infinite Crisis itself, DiDio hit questions, concerns, and
outright accusations with answers, teases, and quite often, a Cheshire
As previously announced, the DC Vice President and Executive Editor has
agreed to handle questions about Infinite Crisis monthly, on the
Wednesday during the miniseries run, a continuation of his “Crisis
Counseling” sessions. While future installments will take selected
questions from readers, for the inaugural session, DiDio handled
questions from Newsarama.
One last thing before we start – images included in this article are
from issue #1 of Infinite Crisis. The first few have already been seen,
though the page with Superboy has not been seen previously. Likewise,
and here’s the important part – the full sized cover to Infinite Crisis
#2 (linked to via the previously-seen thumbnail below) is the full
sized, actual version of Infinite Crisis #2, which can now be shown.
Again – a major, major, major spoiler warning – the different cover has a
spoiler to Infinite Crisis #1, so, if you don’t want to know about it,
don’t click the Power Girl cover. Got it?
[ Read more Dan DiDio: Crisis Counseling 01 ]
MARV WOLFMAN JOINS INFINITE CRISIS
While original Crisis on Infinite Earths artist George Pérez already confirmed for Newsarama that he (along with Jerry Ordway on finishes) would be penciling sequences in Infinite Crisis #2, word has now come that Perez’s Crisis collaborator, Marv Wolfman has a special job in the coming Crisis as well.
According to DCU Executive Editor Dan DiDio who recently spoke with
Newsarama, Wolfman will write a story for February’s Infinite Crisis
Secret Files, which will, among other things, draw a more or less direct
line between Crisis on Infinite Earths and Infinite Crisis.
“Simply put, Dan asked me to get involved and what he asked me to do
sounded like a lot of fun,” Wolfman told Newsarama, explaining how he
came on board for the story. “So I said yes.”
DiDio had a few more words about making sure Wolfman was involved with
the new Crisis the DCU is facing. “The bottom line is that we couldn’t
do a Crisis without involving Marv and George – it just wouldn’t be
right. This series is a celebration of the original series, and as I’ve
been saying to people, it has the feel of being a direct sequel to what
the original book was about, so it was important not only to find ways
to connect the two, but also to have Marv and George involved, not only
for that sense of continuity, but because they understand the type of
story we’re trying to tell because they’ve told something like it
before. It was fun to get them involved, and with having them come on
board, it got everybody already working on Infinite Crisis more excited
about the story, because suddenly, with Marv and George coming on, there
was that connection – that line that stretches for 20 years between the
two stories, and the feeling that this is something really, really
The “return” to Crisis will be Wolfman’s third official one, counting 1999’s Legends of the DCU: Crisis on Infinite Earths special, and this year’s Crisis on Infinite Earths novelization.
[ Read more MARV WOLFMAN JOINS INFINITE CRISIS ]
WIZ CHI '05 PEREZ COVERS INFINITE CRISIS
posted 08-06-2005 07:28 PM
BY NATHAN JEWELL
Bob Wayne, Greg Rucka, Dan DiDio and Joan Hilty were on the Infinite Crisis panel at Wizard World Chicago.
Not a lot of new announcements were made, but the panelists did say
that Ted Kord, Max Lord, Sue Dibny, and Barry Allen would not be making a
return to the DCU after the Infinite Crisis.
The new 52 weekly series is directly spun out of events occurring in Infinite Crisis #4,
which ships in March of 2006. There will be multiple teams on 52 to
ensure that it's a continuous event and will come out on time.
DC announced that fan favorite artist George Perez will be drawing all the seven covers of Infinite Crisis.
There was cryptic news that Keith Giffen is working on a new series, but
the publisher would not confirm what it was about or who was featured
in the comic.
DCU continuity will be sustained after the Infinite Crisis.
These titles are unaffected by Infinite Crisis: Brave and the Bold, Plastic Man, the All Stars line, and Legion of Super-Heroes.
These characters are not coming back to the DCU: Ted Kord, Barry Allen, Maxwell Lord, or Sue Dibny.
When asked about a possible new Blue Beetle, the panelists said, "If there is a new Blue Beetle, it won't be Ted Kord."
Keep checking back with THE PULSE for more from Wizard World Chicago.
TROJAN WARRIOR: JIMENEZ TALKS: "DC SPECIAL: THE RETURN OF DONNA TROY"
by Jonah Weiland, Executive Producer
Posted: August 2, 2005
Donna Troy was one of the most beloved members of the DC Comics Teen
Titans. Fans mourned her death in the "Graduation Day" mini-series and
rejoiced when DC announced the four-issue "DC Special: Return of Donna
Troy" mini-series by writer Phil Jimenez and artist Jose Garcia Lopez.
However, when some readers picked up the first issue of the series they
found it wasn't quite what they expected and some were left confused.
CBR News chatted with Jimenez by phone last week for some clarification
and background on the series and some hints on how it ties into the
looming "Infinite Crisis."
After the DC Universe settles down from the events of "Infinite Crisis,"
readers can expect appearances from Donna in a monthly DC book. "I
think there's been some talk. The plan had always been that once she was
reintroduced she would be placed in either the 'Titans' or 'The
Outsiders.' I suspect it will be one of those books."
Jimenez has enjoyed crafting a story that reintroduces one of his
favorite characters and places her at the forefront of the big events in
the DC Universe. He urges readers who may be confused or have questions
to stick with the book. The final two issues of "The Return of Donna
Troy" should tie things together for them nicely. "I just hope readers
remembers that it is a four-issue series," Jimenez said. "Just because
everything wasn't explained in issue one doesn't mean it doesn't pan out
over the other three issues."
DC'S EDITORIAL CHANGE-UP: DIDIO EXPLAINS
From WIZARD #165 (Jul 2005)
posted 06-10-2005 08:48 PM
The changes coming to the DC Universe following Infinite Crisis won’t be
limited just to the characters. DC Executive Editor Dan DiDio has
confirmed for Newsarama that, following the seven-issue Infinite Crisis
miniseries, DC editorial will see a significant change as well.
In a brief chat with Newsarama Friday morning, DiDio initially explained
some of the rationale behind the upcoming “One Year Later…” jump all
the DCU titles will experience coming out of Infinite Crisis between
February and March of 2006.
“We had an editorial meeting to talk through Crisis - how we’re going to
handle it, how we’re going to coordinate it, and how we’re going to
follow it,” DiDio said. “When the suggestion was made by editorial of
maybe doing a leap ahead in storylines, it gave us an interesting hook
that would really play nicely, because it would allow you to get back
into your characters in their own individual stories again, without
being made to feel that they’re all coming from the same place and the
same time. With everything running as tightly as it will be in Crisis,
the last thing we wanted to do was follow it by having all the series
coming from the same exact place, and the same exact time, because that
can get a little redundant. This allows for every series to have its own
individual identity again, and allows us to get the balls back up in
the air as quickly as possible and get right back into the heart of what
makes each character special.”
[ Read more DC'S EDITORIAL CHANGE-UP: DIDIO EXPLAINS ]
05 SUMMER PREVIEW: THE RETURN OF DONNA TROY
From Comic Book Resources
written by Chris Ward
printed in WIZARD #165 (Jul 2005)
The former Titan resurfaces with clues to 'Crisis'.
It's a brand-new dawn for Donna!
Originally Wonder Girl Donna Troy, seemingly killed in Titans/Young Justice: Graduation Day mini-series but instead transported to a strange world, roars back to life in DC Special: The Return of Donna Troy.
written by Phil Jimenez with art by Jose Luis Garcia and George Perez,
the four issue mini also serves as the official prologue to October's Infinite Crisis mini-series (drawn by Jimenez and written by Geoff Jones).
"This series sets Donna Troy up as a major player in the Crisis itself,"
the writer says. "It also connects to the cosmic events of the
Rann/Thanagar War and the Teen Titans and the Outsiders. We're using
her background and history to explain why she's so pivotal to the DC
Universe, and why she, more than anyone else, has to be in the role she's about to take on."
Plus August's issue #3 is girl-on-girl action when Donna tangles with current Wonder Girl Cassie Sandsmark!
From www.newsarama.com, thanks to Andy Mangels
DCU COMING ATTRACTIONS
by Justin Jordan, Special to CBR News
Posted: June 4, 2005
The fall will see a new "Absolute Edition" of "Crisis on Infinite
Earths," including a brand new cover by a up-and-coming new talent by
the name of George Perez.
Perez will also be doing one of the dual covers that will appear on
October's "Infinite Crisis." The other artist will be superstar Jim Lee.
DC's DCU Panel @ WW: Philly
06-04-2005 09:03 PM
On the Infinite Crisis front, it was announced that each issue of the seven issue miniseries will have two covers, one by Jim Lee, one by George Perez.
The previously announced Crisis on Inifintie Earths: The Aboslute Edition
will ship in November. One volume will contain the entire maxiseries,
while a second will present behind-the-scenes features. George Pérez
will provide new covers for both volumes.
Wizard World Philadelphia: DCU Coming Attractions
Posted: Saturday, June 4
Posted By: Mike Storniolo
DC Universe Panel
Hosted by Bob Wayne many questions were answered about the future happenings of the DCU and some new projects revealed as well.
* The seven issue Infinite Crisis series will have two covers per issue, one by Jim Lee and the other by George Perez.