SDCC 2012: DC Co-Publishers Discuss Neil Gaiman's SANDMAN: YEAR ZERO
The biggest comic announcement to emerge from SDCC 2012 thus far; Jim Lee and Dan Didio discuss what more Sandman means for DC Comics. Plus, Lee talks about his desire to work on Wonder Woman at some point and the success of Before Watchmen.
One of the most celebrated comic runs ever is returning with fresh content next year as part of Vertigo's 20 Year Anniversary and DC's top execs took a moment to talk about what that means for DC as one of the industry's top 2 publishers. The two execs spoke glowingly of Gaiman and artist JH Williams III and revealed that the series will be available, same-day digital.
Interestingly enough, Dan Didio referred to the title as Sadman: Year Zero and its been confirmed that the series takes place before Sanman #1 so this could indeed be the title of the series. Stay tuned, more details as we have them.
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