C2E2: Didio Admits Only Half of Future's End Creative Teams Set, DC Destroyed 125,000 3D Covers Last Year
Source: The Beat
The Beat has a report up about enigmatic DC Co-Publisher Dan Didio's speech at the DC Midwest Retailer Summit held before C2E2. According to the report, Dan Didio addressed retailer concerns about the lack of creative teams on their advance solicits for the September Gimmick Month 3Dnado 2: 2Dnadoer Future's End Tie-In books by assuring them that half of the books had creative teams. Didio said that DC sometimes doesn't even know who will be working on a book three months in advance.
Didio also promised retailers that DC had worked out all the kinks on the lenticular 3D covers, revealing that DC had to destroy 125,000 copies last year due to blurry proofs and printing errors.
Sources close to Didio tell The Outhouse that, somehow, all of this sounded like a good thing in the Co-Publisher's head.
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