With the release of its March solicitations, DC has revealed that it will cancel 13 titles this spring, shipping the last issues in March before the two-month Convergence event that will cover the period of DC’s move to California (see "DC Announces Remaining 'Convergence' Titles”).  That removes a quarter of the DC Universe titles, clearing the decks for a major retooling of the line when the regular DCU titles return in June. 

The titles represent a surprisingly wide range of sales, from Star Spangled War Stories Featuring G.I. Zombie, which sold only 7,546 copies in November, to Green Lantern Corps, which sold 34,109.  The thirteen titles, with their November sell-in numbers to comic stores (see "Top 300 Comics Actual--November"), are:

34,109   Green Lantern Corps
30,907   Arkham Manor
25,654   Red Lanterns
21,377   Secret Origins
19,709   World's Finest
16,840   Swamp Thing
15,859   Aquaman and the Others
15,795   Batwoman
15,681   Green Lantern: New Guardians
15,097   Trinity of Sin
11,416   Klarion
  9,350   Infinity Man and the Forever People
  7,546   Star-Spangled War Stories Featuring G.I. Zombie