I think this is what secretly pisses off the all those mouthy editors in the big two the most about Comicsgate. They really resent the march it stole on that niche market when it saw the gap and exploited it using online platforms beyond their skill-set to market through.Marvel kinda-sorta already did this with its recent Starlin/Davis Thanos trilogy. One book a year. Hard cover, 100 pages, $25 price tag. It was worth it because Starlin and Davis are both legends and the books were giving readers the kind of comics that just aren't being made anymore.
Well the market will decide what sells I guess, it always does in the end.DC's Black Label, on the other hand, is just SJW or Euro-influenced trash. I'm sure there's some talent on those books, but dull psychodramas and post-modern hipsterism is not what I want from Batman.
 What was your take on Murphy's Batman White Knight? It didn't really engage me but I'm not a Batman fan.