DC Comics All Access: Bob Harras
Wed, 12/28/2011 - 8:00am
And so 2011 draws to a close.
By any definition, it was an incredibly successful year for us here at DC Comics. It was a year of excitement for anyone who loves comics.
Now, not to sound corny -- but the most important thing to us is that all of you who love and read DC Comics responded in such an incredibly positive way to The New 52.
We appreciate it. It's why we do what we do.
But 2011 was just the beginning. Next year will bring even more changes, more action and more surprises. The evolution of the DC Universe will continue and accelerate as events ripple across titles, impacting characters in unexpected ways.
For instance, check out next month's STORMWATCH, in which a devastating explosion will echo in upcoming issues of both GRIFTER and SUPERMAN, as a major new (yet somehow familiar) threat will be introduced.
And keep an eye on BIRDS OF PREY in the coming months, where Black Canary's long-held secrets will start to unravel.
And what exactly is Kid Flash's story? TEEN TITANS will explore that mystery early next year.
All that and more is coming in 2012.
So, best wishes for a Happy New Year from all of us at DC.
See you next year!
-- Bob Harras, Editor-in-Chief
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