Nothing about this says comics to me. It says "Ha! I'm a TYPEFACE!". Not that every comic company logo has to have a thunderbolt or swoosh or star or whatever, but there's such a rich visual history to draw from with comics that this stripped-down logo just feels flat to me.
Armin has some great points about it in this post on Brand New.
The sticker peeling/page turning concept is something many of us have done in the sketch phase at some point, heck I have even presented it to a client, and that’s where it should stay as there is nothing particularly original about it. But let’s assume it’s the right way to go, there is a lack of finish in the execution and it might be the clunky way the “C” closes, which was done to make sure it is visible, but few “C”s we use day to day look like that, they are usually more open and they end at nicer angles, not 0°. The visual idea has merit, there is an interesting relation revealed between the “D” and the “C” but it’s not properly pulled (pun!) off. And the typography underneath the monogram seems to be a complete afterthought.DC, you employ a bunch of artists. We know you can do better.