You have to hand it to DC, there's basically nothing they won't crap on for a dollar.
Hard to believe, but the longest running title at DC right now that has not been rebooted or renumbered is Hellblazer. However, DC has just announced that Hellblazer #300 will be the final issue, as they are canceling the Vertigo series and launching a New 52 version called Constantine that will be in-continuity with the rest of the DC superhero universe.
Now, I am not a fan of John Constantine or Hellblazer, but this irks me. They are taking a serious, adult Vertigo series (and character) and replacing it with this rebooted, watered down mainstream version instead. I can't help but think this is being driven by someone high up in editorial interested in making the character be more in line with the movie version, hence the new title "Constantine." Of course, if they will cancel Action and Detective, they'll cancel anything, and it's certainly possible they will see a minor (and likely temporary) sales spike from this. but so many of their decisions over the last few years have been driven by cynical marketing reasons instead of creative reasons that it has become wearying.
Also, unlike Batman and Superman, Constantine has always seemed to me to be a cult character. I'm just not convinced bringing him into the mainstream DCU is going to bring in more fans. I think it's very possible it may instead lose many of the hardcore fans that have been following the book for so long.
Welcome to the Classic Comics board, Hellblazer. Looks like this will be your new permanent home.