@golddragon - that’s my understanding now as well since they’re still not being clear regardless of what the OP says. I didn’t expect the 20k comics that Marvel Unlimited has, but I did expect much more than the 2,600 or so they released. I also expected quality titles to be filled out with stories, not nickel and dime crap like #5 missing from a series or #1 missing from Crisis on Infinte Earths let alone that it’s only 2-4. That’s just shameful.
I followed every piece of news leading up to this launch enthusiastically. I pre-ordered the day it became available because I love everything DC and wanted to show my support. I can assure anyone who wants to defend DC that they were not clear at all about the number of comics til the Kevin Smith video, they misled people with how many titles they said they were going to carry leading up to that video, and they still are not being clear about their plans going forward. There was no way to know what you were getting before the Kevin Smith video and to a degree, you still don’t know what they’re doing. They’ve just buried their head in the sand.
It’s more than clear that this was all a business decision to try to get people to spend more on comics as, unlike Marvel, they see this as a sales opportunity. Spending budget on crap like DC Daily, which is nothing more than a glorified commercial, instead of adding more comics, which is what most people seem to be clamoring for, makes their objectives clear.