Are there plans to expand DC's Earth 2 line? Dan Didio hints at an answer.
Say what you want about Dan Didio, but his Facebook certainly is a treasure trove of information. Responding to a positive comment about James Robinson and Nicola Scott's Earth 2 series, Didio mentioned that he had met with the two creators over the weekend, presumably at Comic-Con.
Didio mentions that Robinson and Scott have great plans for the future of Earth 2 and teases the commenter that the two have also made additional plans for either a second series set in the alternate world or a possible event.
In other news from Didio's facebook page, the co-publisher mentioned that there were no plans to cancel Deathstroke and spoke positively of Rob Liefeld's work on the book. He also mentioned hopes that the new Arrow television series would help boost sales on the series, as Deathstroke is confirmed to be an antagonist in the upcoming CW show.
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