I'm totally excited by this...as many of you know, DC is bringing back the letters pages to their comics. Contrary to what a lot of people say, this is NOT the same as a message board. It's a whole different kind of correspondence, I feel, and I'm delighted to see it come back.
If you'd like to have a letter appear in a DC comic, and stand alongside the famous letterhacks of yore, send a short, pointed letter to email@example.com and include the title in the subject line.
Letters can be raves, complaints or anything in between. They can be funny or deadly serious. If there's a book you love, talk about it, and if there's a book you hate, you can talk about that, too.
As odd as it sounds, many comics readers still don't really follow message boards, so a lot of folks will see your letters who wouldn't, otherwise.
Go ahead and try it, I think this is going to be a lot of fun! There are a lot of smart commentators out there, this is your chance to be heard by the creators, the editorial team, and DC in general.
I'd LOVE to see some letters regarding Bop and Secret Six!
It definitely is a kick to see your name in a letter column....
The floggings will continue until morale improves. ~ anonymous
Letters! I think the last of the old mainstream letters pages died out when I was around five or six...but it's always fun to see them in some of the old comics I've bought.
Hey, are their going to be different pages for every book or the same column published in every book? Like if I send in a JLA-related letter, will it and the response only be in JLA, or will it be printed in all the DC books with all the other ones?
I won't even bother.. i know for a fact they will never print my questions.
I always enjoyed reading the letters in the comic magazines, I´m glad they are comming back!
I kinda think that the old Deadpool letter page format would work perfect for Secret Six, have Ragdoll answer reader mail.