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John Mayo looks at Image Comics' expanded presence in the Top 50 and analyzes the level of success DC experienced with its initially-branded "WTF Certified" gatefold cover promotion.
Some as yet unseen clashes between the heroes of the DCU will debut in two of the April issues of the New 52 as "Vibe" and "Catwoman" both struggle against their gatefold cover reveals.
DC has provided CBR with an exclusive first look at the WTF-free gatefold cover for "Batwing" #19, kicking creative team Jimmy Palmiotti, Justin Gray and Fabrizio Fiorentino's run and showcasing the new Batwing.
DC Comics Co-Publisher Dan DiDio reportedly told attendees at last week’s ComicsPRO annual meeting that the “WTF Certified” logo won't appear on any of the comics released in April. ROBOT 6 has details.
In declaring April's comics "WTF Certified," DC Comics made itself an easy target for snide remarks. ROBOT 6's Caleb Mozzocco looks at the publisher's marketing campaign for its gatefold "surprise" covers.
April's "WTF Certified" cover for "Red Hood and the Outlaws" #19 surfaces on the internet, accentuating another "shocking moment" in the DC universe.
With his takeover of DC Comics' secret superhero team, Jim Starlin is looking to shake things up as his "WTF" cover reveals The Weird's New 52 debut as classic Authority-era members reappear in "Stoormwatch."
This April, DC Comics is adding unexpected twists to its New 52 covers starting with a special "Detective Comics" #900 gatefold featuring a Manbat invasion known as "The 900."
A new logo for DC's upcoming April publishing initiative marks the issues of the New 52 officially "WTF Certified," with teased appearances by Booster Gold, the Creeper, the New Gods and more.