C.E. Evans wrote:
That could spell trouble for future comic book movies. If general audiences become more like comic book fans, then it's all over...
I think a more specific point for WB will be made - the various political factions with the organisation will already be talking their favourite media sources with information about what wrong - the marketing guys are already at it, saying that they had the film too late to do anything with. I think what's going to come out of this is a narrative that the comic guys (specifically Johns) had too much control and in future more control needs to rest with the movie guys "who know what they are doing".
That's the sort of story I expect to see floating this week (the comic guys will more tell it the other way).
I don't think there will be much of a wider impact than that.