Well it was good while it lasted as a book amongst the New 52 suffers it's first major delay.
PREVIEWSworld, revealed today in their shipping updates that #4 of the series has been pushed all the way back to October 24. This comes a major blow to the series due to it being the second issue delayed with #3 being held back across the United States in light of the tragedy in Colorado. Though for the mass market outside of the US, this means they won't be seeing #4 for an additional three months.
This was probably isn't a creator issue persay, more probably due to Zero issue event happening in all DC books at the time. Batman Inc #0 is still due out in September though as per Ricch Johnston from Bleeding Cool.
As to why DC isn't double shipping as this reporter thought they would do in the month of August, though in recent light with help from the Outhouse staff, it probably in light to the stance DC has in their new 52 initiative that they didn't want to double dip in a month ever.
Of course this isn't the only DC book delayed though as shown in the BC link as all of Geoff Johns books (Justice League #12, Aquaman #12, and Green Lantern #12) have been pushed back to August 29th. Which as Bleeding Cool pointed out is also when two other issues written by Johns: Green Lantern Annual #1 and Justice League International Annual #1 are also released on that day.
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