I agree with just about all of the above with one caveat. I think they need to launch just ONE ongoing title and build it into a sales success first, before launching any additional spinoffs or tie-ins, or books set in the same universe, or whatever you want to call them. The idea of a Showcase-style 'tryout' book is a good one, since Dynamite doesn't really seem to like numbered (as in "1 of 4") miniseries, and it gives the tryout book a continuity of numbering to hold on to readers. That way the story itself could dictate the number of issues it would take up in a tryout title. If sales warranted, they could spin off that character into his own book. The tryout book could also serve a secondary function as a Brave and Bold or Marvel Team-Up style book that would pair a more popular character with a less popular one.
Originally Posted by Ghornet2
To sum up:
1) First, an ongoing Project Superpowers title (with less characters per issue than previous PSP series).
2) Second, a tryout book to spin off characters into ongoing series, beginning with the already popular ones like Black Terror and Green Lama.
3) Third, keep the tryout book going, and try to add ongoing titles to the "PSP universe".
4) The above plan might take years to build up a sizable number of titles.
Last edited by positronic; 04-18-2013 at 12:03 AM.
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