I see a comics retailer and podcaster by the name of Ryan Higgins given as a source on several newssite on the news that DC is ending it's Walmart Exclusive line of 100-page comics, and replacing them with a new, similar line that will be more widely available. I don't know Higgins, who implies this news comes from DC, as he says he's been given the "go-ahead" with the news. Here are his tweets on this (and connected) topic: "- The Walmart line is ending and replaced with 100 page specials available EVERYWHERE...48 pages of new material, with the rest being classic material. No price given. - There will be a reduction of collected editions. No other info given." "- The Walmart longer arcs will be reprinted as graphic novels that comic stores will be getting, later this year. Shorter stories will be reprinted in some upcoming 100 page specials." "Oh, an important note I missed. The 10-15% cut to the line was to make room for the all-ages/YA graphic novels and new 100 giant series, so DC is publishing mosty the same level of content, just in different formats."