With the announcement that DC Comics is gearing up for three weekly series, many have been asking how long DC thinks it can keep it up.  Seems like we have the answer, directly from Dan DiDio.

Batman Eternal started this April and runs to next March after which it takes a brief hiatus, Futures End starts this May and ends the last week of March 2015, and Worlds End starts in October and ends the same week as the others next March, hope that clears things up.

So, it seems that the next big event, which I’m sure we’ll hear about soon – maybe as soon as C2E2, but more than likely San Diego Comic Con, will kick off roughly a year from now.

via Dan DiDio

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  1. April 21, 2014 at 10:28 am — Reply

    Can World’s End end the Nu52, please?


    … Please?

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