Agreed. I get that Marvel Unlimited grew over time and it’s unfair to expect that much of a selection on day minus one. I hold out hope more will be added. However, the comments that the selection will be “rotating” do not give much confidence that a comprehensive selection is ever even the goal, much less the reality. Any benefit of adding more is negated if they’re also taking things off. It looks especially bad that they’re now saying we can purchase individual issues starting in October, which strongly supports the “we ended up paying for a service that is mainly going to be teasers for buying issues a la carte” theory. After waiting for years for DC’s version of Marvel Unlimited, and buying a year of this under the belief that this was finally it or at least the initial stages of it, I’m feeling ripped off and would cancel immediately if I had not prepaid.
I also have to admit I’m confused by those who say it was unreasonable to expect comprehensive or near-comprehensive access to comics at this price point. I don’t see how it’s unreasonable to believe DC can offer what Marvel has done for years.