It looks more like it belongs on a very serious business political magazine or it's a book publishers logo. I don't correlate that logo with comic books.
It confuses me for a few reasons.
1) They incorporate the turning of the page, and while I get it (comic books) and trying to incite obvious references to their history, DC has made a major move recently into the digital format. They've in fact pushed it so hard this seems like not only a step back to me, but a sign that maybe they realized they may have put all their eggs in one basket and they're trying to get back to basics.
2) It gives off a scent of professionalism. While everyone should be professional, (I guess), comic books are about having fun. And that's not fun to look at. It's boring. And even if it's not boring (my graphic designing girlfriend says it's very clever concept), it doesn't respond well to the image of comic books (which she also agrees with me on).
It seems a bit far fetch'd. In my opinion.
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