Archive for the ‘Digital Comics’ Category

A quick note on this post by Mark Millar today that ties into the digital chart discussion. “Also, and perhaps the most worrying question of all, how do we know what we’re selling? It’s quite hard to fake what comics are doing as you can check with the printers, distributors and a number of places. […]


Several people have referred me to this article over at Comics Alliance that lists the Top 10 comics of 2010 for ComiXology.  Others in the blogosphere are also discussing this article, with the hyperbolic title “The Dramatic Data About Who is Buying Digital Comics – and What They’re Buying.”  Ooooooh!  Dramatic! Before I get into […]


DC Comics jumped headfirst into the digital comics arena officially today.  The Beat has a ton of info, links, and comments on the new apps available through Apple and comiXology.  Notice how the day and date release of Justice League:  Generation Lost #4 is at the same price as the physical version.  I expect this […]


The Beat has info on Marvel announcing their first day and date comic release to digital platforms.  Conspicuously absent from all of the information so far is the price of the digital download edition.  They also repeatedly say “all three chapters” will be available online.  This implies to me that they’ll be selling the three […]


Last Friday, I linked to Brian Hibbs’ Tilting at Windmills discussing digital comics and their effects on the market and where things might be headed. If you haven’t read it already, I recommend that you do so.  Most of what I say will be an addendum to Brian’s comments, as he manages to express a […]