I'm a little surprised at WW's sales. It's the norm to decline but it's a reboot. She has lost a lot of readers in less than a year. You know title like I Vampire was the critics darling but customers themselves did not seem to care for it. DC are trying to push this book too from interviews and blogs etc but it's not making people pick it up. But if a title like Aquaman can shoot up the charts, it can be done. I think it's a matter of getting the right artist/writer. Art is very important for this medium. Cliff Chiang is one of those artists I think you like or you don't. Orion coming in was heralded with excitement by some but then we saw no significant sales spike. So made no difference there. So one wonders who's buying currently. Why are people dropping it? I know I hear people say they never cared for WW at all liking this so have many older readers given up? The ones who cared for the iconic stuff Azz does not seem to care about? There are the casual and curious buyers who might pick up but something has to keep them coming back. I keep hearing decompression as a complaint. Dragging a story is going to make one lose readers. Comics take patience to collect. Maybe the GNs might do better. How is she doing digitally?