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This month, Brian Hibbs examines changes in DC Comics policy post-Bob Wayne, and what might happen with Marvel's October relaunch.
With the end of "Fables" coming in 2015, Bill Willingham & Mark Buckingham gathered the creative talent behind the acclaimed series for one final panel.
DC Entertainment has named Derek Maddalena as its Senior Vice President, Sales and Business Development.
Brian Hibbs offers his takeaways from the Diamond Retailer Summit in Las Vegas and gives his thoughts on Bob Wayne leaving DC Comics.
CBR News has confirmed that Bob Wayne, who's worked in the sales department at DC Comics since 1987, will exit the company in 2015.
A Chicago mash-up of DC Comics and Vertigo talent collide at DC's All Access panel featuring Brian Azzarello, Kyle Higgins, Art N Frano and more discuss their series and the future of DC in Chicago.
DC's John Cunningham and Bob Wayne discuss what's next for the New 52 after six cancellations, why Superman graphic novels will reign in 2013 and what "Injustice: Gods Among Us" says about digital sales.
DC execs Bob Wayne and John Cunningham look back over the year that was 2012 for sales of the New 52 and original graphic novels, teasing plans for "Superman" backlist and "Before Watchmen" collected editions in 2013.
In a strong month for direct market comic sales driven in part by Marvel NOW!, DC execs Bob Wayne and John Cunningham discuss how New 52 as book sales stay strong and the criticism over early digital releases.
DC Comics sales are up 18% from last October, and SVPs John Cunningham and Bob Wayne explain how "Superman Earth One" and digital sales drove the growth as they prep "Girl With The Dragon Tattoo."
DC executives Bob Wayne and John Cunningham are back to discuss the performance of the New 52's #0 month in September including the line's overall future, plus exclusive digital sales rankings show a "Dark Knight" bump for Frank Miller.
DC Comics executives Bob Wayne and John Cunningham discuss the August sales numbers including an exclusive look at their digital rankings as Batman graphic novels lead a solid if expected level after a year of the New 52.
DC Comics' Bob Wayne and John Cunningham discuss July sales as "Before Watchmen" to "Batman: Earth One" perform strongly alongside "The Walking Dead's" major performance. Plus, an exclusive look at DC's top 20 digital titles.
DC Comics Bob Wayne and John Cunningham discuss the surprises held in the May sales numbers for print and digital, "Animal Man's" hit status, the grand scheme of digital comics and Zero Month planning.
Dan DiDio, Bob Wayne, Ian Churchill & Scott Snyder discuss DC Comics' New 52 one year later, dropping hints and revealing that one straight character pre-New 52 will now be gay.
DC execs Bob Wayne & John Cunningham discuss April sales charts, New 52 demographics and anniversary plans, summer events, & digital firsts informed by our exclusive sales rankings.
DC Comics Bob Wayne and John Cunningham stop by to unpack the digital and print sales ranking from March with an eye towards the future, revealing which titles are on the rise, how collections will fare come May and more.
In the wake of a February print performance that again took the top ten, DC Comics' John Rood and Bob Wayne share their digital rankings, discussing the strength of the "Beyond" line and the reality of market share.
On top of DC Comics' top ten performance in January's print sales, executives John Rood and Bob Wayne share with CBR the top ten digital comics for the month, cover criticisms of DC's success and update "The Shade's" status.
After an October where DC Comics conquered market share in units and dollars, the publisher's sales executives discuss long term plans, preparing for the book market and why beating Marvel doesn't matter.
With over 200K copies for "Justice League" #1 and ten books rocketing past 100K in sales, DC's New 52 seems a major sales success as John Rood and Bob Wayne tell CBR how the company will adjust to demand and move forward.
Concluding our conversation with DC Comics' John Rood and Bob Wayne, CBR News discusses the mixed results DC has experienced in holding prices at $2.99, their hopes for the future of print and digital and much more.
In the first of a 2-part exclusive interview, DC Comics' John Rood and Bob Wayne discuss the publisher's relaunch initiative, the future of Vertigo, "Flashpoint's" importance to the New 52 and much more.
Lee and Hamner, the design architects behind DC's new 52, explain the new looks and stress the importance of collaboration during their panel at Comic-Con International.
From new variant covers to a promise of timely deliver and full returnability, DC Comics has reached out to retailers with the full scope of the 52-title relaunch. CBR has the word as Robot 6 comments.
Bob Wayne, DC Comics’ vice president of sales and marketing, has been promoted to senior vice president of sales as part of the company’s restructuring. ROBOT 6 has details.