It seems the book has taken a hard hit creatively and sales-wise ever since Loeb left. It's true that delays have hurt it, but this is a title that was still pushing well over 100k a month as of issue #26 and the
latest figures (#30) show it to be at 84k now. That's a big loss in a small amount of time. Should DC be concerned? Are they neglecting SM/BM because of the great sales being generated by 52? Has it been lost in the shuffle of OYL? Was Loeb really that important to its success? Who should be hired to get this once top selling title back on track?