ComicsPRO meeting: DC reprint updates
DC Vice President of Sales Bob Wayne recapped several reprint projects from DC set for the coming months.
Following the success of the “Killing Joke” hardcover reprint, DC is readying a reprint of “Camelot 3000″ in deluxe hardcover for November. Both projects were drawn by Brian Bolland. “Camelot 3000″ was written by Mike W. Barr and was a reimagining of the King Arthur mythos.
“It’s a perfect followup sale to ‘Batman: The Killing Joke,’” Wayne said.
In September, DC plans an Absolute edition of “Frank Miller’s Ronin.” The Absolute line consists of oversized hardcovers of some of DC’s most popular comic books. Wayne said ”Ronin” was in development as a film, and he expected increased interest in the series.
In the Absolute line, while particulars were still being discussed, Wayne said it would be unlikely to see Warren Ellis’ “Transmetropolitan,” due to the length of the series, and that it doesn’t promote anything else DC is currently publishing. Wayne said “All-Star Superman” and “All-Star Batman” were far more likely.
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