â€¢Â David Brothers, who generally has a very aggressive stance regarding moving into digital,Â pisses off comics retailers by suggesting day and date would not really hurt shop sales:
I agree of course, but the numbers Iâ€™ve seen are still modest. What will be the digitally native comic that really pushes things?
â€¢ Meanwhile,Â Matt Seneca looks at the same question in a Balboa-like expedition to the bleeding edge of comics storytelling:
Senecaâ€™s discussion centers on formalists in the Shaw mode:Connor Willumsen,Â David Gray, and theÂ Bret Easton Ellisfor the bunch,Â Blaise Larmee. None of them are producing anything that will go on your iPhone â€” all these examples rely on the scrolling natures of the web browser, so maybe the iPad. They are abstract in some cases, but affecting. And they arenâ€™t like â€œtraditionalâ€ webcomics at all.