With only 50 titles coming out this June, I got to thinking: what really is the point of the only 52 titles each month? I mean, DC could just keep the moniker "New 52" in remembrance that it was 52 titles that started the New 52, but then put out a different number of titles, preferably more, each month. And, think about it, wouldn't it be easier to put out titles starring b and c list characters if they had a larger amount of titles because, after all, there'd be less pressure on them to perform well, if only because they will be getting a greater amount revenue by virtue of having more titles to sell. For example, a comic like Black Lightning/Blue Devil Team Up (just a working name) wouldn't be under such pressure to sell well if there was also a bunch of other marquee titles to sell like Batman, Batman/Superman, Superman, Justice League, JLA, Batman & Friends, etc. Everybody's happy because DC gets to sell a lot of Batman, but at the same time it also means that they can put out some of their more obscure properties because not having a fixed number of books means that including one doesn't exclude another.
So...is this stupid or is this plausible?