DC All Access - Ep 4 - Teen Titans Go!, Dan DiDio and Man of Steel Giveaway

Dan DiDio discusses Dark Knights and Detectives (as in comics!) in our latest episode of "DC All Access." This week, you can enter to win a special Man of Steel prize package, watch some cosplayers bring Forever Evil #3 to life, and get an early look at Teen Titans Go!, Green Arrow, Trillium and the landmark 100th episode of MAD!

For your chance to win this week's giveaway, please visit: http://www.dccomics.com/watch-and-win

Want even more access? Check out the links for this week's episode: http://www.dccomics.com/blog/2013/11/05/dc-all-access-teen-titans-go-on-...

Bob Wayne Named SVP, Sales DC Comics

(October 18, 2010) Bob Wayne has been named Senior Vice President, Sales of DC Comics, it was announced at New York ComicCon by John Rood, EVP Sales, Marketing, and Business Development, DC Entertainment. Wayne will continue to oversee sales distribution for DC Comics in the direct market and bookstores, and in his new role will and will now oversee digital sales and all international distribution. He will be based in New York and report directly to John Rood.

Hank Kanalz Named SVP, Digital – DC Entertainment

(October 10, 2010) Hank Kanalz has been named Senior Vice President, Digital of DC Entertainment, it was announced today at New York ComicCon by Jim Lee, DC Comics Co-Publisher and John Rood, DC Entertainment EVP of Sales & Marketing. In this newly created position, Kanalz will develop and oversee the execution of the annual digital publishing schedule, coordinating all digital comic content across DC Universe, Vertigo, and MAD.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: DC COMICS DROPS prices on $3.99 titles; MOVES TO $2.99 price point for ongoing COMIC BOOK series

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New York, October 7, 2010– Beginning January 2011, DC Comics will implement a line-wide pricing adjustment, lowering the prices of all standard length 32-page ongoing comic book titles currently priced at $3.99 to $2.99, it was announced today by DC Comics Co-Publishers Jim Lee and Dan DiDio.

A message from Jim Lee and Dan DiDio, DC Comics Co-Publishers

The changes happening behind the scenes this week are part of a greater campaign to reshape DC Comics and build a company for the future. Our responsibility as Co-Publishers is to find a balance between short term opportunities and long term vision; between our strengths in traditional print formats and the infinite potential beyond print; between our characters’ rich legacies in the past and the bright promise for the future they hold.

As we’ve said before, there’s much to celebrate about DC. The foundation for long-term success is already here.

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