Bleeding Cool reader Jeff was rather perplexed when he went to purchase the most recent issue of DC Digital weekly comic book, Sensation Comics, featuring a more traditional Wonder Woman.
Anyway, he tells us,
I got a notice back on December 25th, that issue #21 would be released on January 1, 2015. Usually, this is followed up with an email on day of release letting me know the book is ready for download. When I didn't get that notice on January 1, I chalked it up to the holiday. But when it didn't come on January 2, I went to the Comixology site to see if the issue had been released. It wasn't available on the Comixology site, and when I checked the subscription tab of my account, it said that the next issue was expected for January 28, 2015, which is almost four full weeks away.
A rather odd delay for a weekly book. Some have speculated that it was delayed to make room for the Wonder Woman '77 DC Digital book, which was announced for December – but still also hasn't appeared. Also, Jeff received no notice the book would be delayed from ComiXology. They told him,
I looked into this and it looks like there was a delay with the book. Unfortunately, this is beyond our control but I do agree that a notice would be nice. I'll share your feedback on this with the rest of the team.
#20 was by digital comics pioneer Alex De Campi and Neil Googe and was part one of a two part story, and came out on December 24th.
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