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Most of those look pretty bland. If the Batman issue features The Riddler on the cover, I'll pick that up (Though, not likely, as one of the bat-books not mentioned yet, is to feature The Joker as the cover star) but otherwise, those look pretty cheap and like the old trading cards from the 90's.

Edit: Update: http://www.newsarama.com/17974-dc-villains-month-the-covers-so-far.html

Looks like the main Batman title will be a Joker issue, so I'm going to be picking up nothing from DC then.

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http://www.bleedingcool.com/2013/06/04/four-batman-and-robin-comics-in-september-too-the-race-for-marketshare/?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=facebook

Batman and Robin, is joining Detective and the main Batman book, with four titles in the month of September. When DC wants their fanbase to turn on them, they go all the way with it.

I'm getting that Riddler issue. Scott Snyder writing The Riddler, I'm sold.

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http://www.newsarama.com/17989-dc-villain-s-month-solicits-the-flash-group.html

It looks like Batman isn't the only one getting a book a week in September, the Flash will also be joining the .1,.2, .3 and .4 club.

Edit: According to Bleeding Cool, Action Comics will also be getting an issue a week in September.

http://www.bleedingcool.com/2013/06/04/four-batman-and-robin-comics-in-september-too-the-race-for-marketshare/

Edit again: And now, the main Justice League title will have one issue a week coming out in September. Aquaman and Earth-2 each get two books in September.

http://www.newsarama.com/18001-dc-villains-month-solicits-justice-league-group.html

http://www.newsarama.com/17993-dc-villain-s-month-solicits-superman-group.html

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http://www.bleedingcool.com/2013/06/05/the-bullying-of-creators-paul-jenkins-talks-about-leaving-dc-and-marvel-for-boom/?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter

Paul Jenkins discusses his problems with, and why he ultimately left DC Comics. To me, he seems to come across somewhat bitter about his experince, while not giving many actual stories of why he is bitter, and then talking up how great Boom! have been to him recently, and then saying how he can really take or leave the comic world at the moment. I think Rich tried to get something solid out of Jenkins, but he doesn't give much away, just repeatedly plugging how great his non editor messed with work was.

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Next issue: Who Pays The Bill?

I give them a year until the All-Fucking issue.

I'm not buying anything until I see them announce the issue where they get lost in Ikea, and fight with Mongul about who gets the last scented candle. It'll just be splash page after splash page of flat pack furniture throwing.

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Next issue: Who Pays The Bill?

I give them a year until the All-Fucking issue.

I'm not buying anything until I see them announce the issue where they get lost in Ikea, and fight with Mongul about who gets the last scented candle. It'll just be splash page after splash page of flat pack furniture throwing.

And it will all be illustrated with little cartoon men, icons, and the occasional Swedish-like word.
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