Here I am still trying to process the big Disney/Marvel news, and now here’s another big story in the world of corporate, New York-based comics. On the main site, Vaneta Rogers has word of some major reshuffling at DC, including the fact that they will now be “DC Entertainment” (and here are some official statements from some of the players).
My immediate, “But how will this affect me? Because that’s what’s really important” reaction? As a comics reader, I don’t really know what Levitz did on a day-to-day basis a president and how it might have impacted the comics I read every Wednesday afternoon, but I do know that when he was an editor and a writer, I liked a lot of what he edited and wrote, so I’m happy to see he’ll be doing some editing and writing.
And, more importantly, if DC is now DC Entertainment, does that mean they’re going to have to create a new logo, with an “E” in it, if not the whole word “Entertainment?” Becuase it seems like I just got used to the new, blue, swirly logo after decades of the bullet.