According to DC Comics’ blog The Source, editor – in – chief Bob Harras said:
Jeff Lemire and Scott Snyder dropped by my office the other day. Jeff–in case you didn’t know–writes ANIMAL MAN, a truly awesome series (drawn by the amazingly talented Travel Foreman) that’s taken comics by storm. Scott helms SWAMP THING, an equally awesome series drawn by the equally talented Yanick Paquette. They were in to present a story that involves both characters in an intertwined saga that will change the lives of Buddy Baker and Alec Holland forever. After the pitch, Executive Editor Eddie Berganza and I were quite simply blown away. I advise fans of phenomenal storytelling everywhere to check out these two titles–as seeds for this upcoming epic are already being sown organically throughout these two books from the Dark corner of our world.
Harras also went on to say:
Scott-Lobdell, this time–and Fabian Nicieza are working on a storyline that will flow between TEEN TITANS, SUPERBOY and LEGION LOST. It explores everything from the mystery of Project N.O.W.H.E.R.E, the organization that developed Superboy as the ultimate weapon, to the tragedy of the mysterious Hypertaxis virus brought to our century from the future by the time-lost Legionnaires, to how both impact our newly formed group of young heroes.
And over in the BATMAN titles, the aforementioned and prolific Mr. Scott Snyder has crafted a tale involving the Court of Owls and its deadly Talon assassins that may soon impact the storylines in NIGHTWING, BATGIRL, BIRDS OF PREY and even RED HOOD AND THE OUTLAWS.
Up to this point, all of the New 52 titles have had self contained storylines and judging by the most current market reports DC Comics titles are performing very strongly – usually crossovers are a ploy by publishers to boost sales. So what do you think? Is it too early for crossovers in the DCnU?