A Letter To Retailers From Dan DiDio And Jim Lee For The End Of Villain’s Month


DC Comics writes;


Dear Retailers:

We’d like to take a moment to thank you for all your support for DC’s Villains Month. From the time we started to talk about this initiative with you, we knew it would be an extraordinary and challenging venture. We also knew that there would be several concerns over ordering and allocations, and we fully appreciate your working with us through every stage of this process. And while we had bumps along the way, we hope, in the end, the outcome was positive for all involved. We listened to you and have learned from the experience as we continue to look at ways to excite and invigorate the market.

Villains Month has been one of the most exceptional and successful months DC Entertainment has ever seen, and we owe so much of that success to our long and continuing partnership!

Again, thank you!

Your villainous Co-Publishers,

Jim Lee
Dan DiDio


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