Newsarama has reported that several titles from DC scheduled to come out over the next few months have been delayed due to supply chain issues.
“DC faces an unprecedented strain on the global supply chain, affecting all of us in the comic industry and beyond,” DC Marketing Manager Albert Ching said in a statement to retailers. “Up to this point, we’ve been able to keep delays and shortages to a minimum, but with recent notifications about COVID-related port closures, international and domestic freight delays, workforce shortages, and a severely allocated paper supply, we are unable to continue to manage this situation without disruption.”
Some Batman Day comics, DC has said, will be allocated to retailers as well due to these same issues, but
Supply chain issues have been in the news recently as manufacturers face raw materials shortages, transportation delays, higher energy costs and of course COVID-related issues. They are expected to continue into next year and will likely be exasperated with the upcoming holiday season.Continue reading “Comics Lowdown | Supply chain issues cause delays for DC Comics”