Comics Alliance has an interview with Arkham City artist Carlos D’Anda about the series. the games and a choice digital comics quote:
CA:Â The Batman: Arkham City miniseries is one of few titles to ship day and date with a digital version of the comic retailing for the same price as well. Can you give us some of your thoughts on where comics distribution and consumption is headed?
CD: I think we are at aÂ major turning point in publishing, especially for periodicals. I don’t think that printed comics and books will go away, but I do feel that digital comics will become more and more common, and with cool new gadgets like the iPad — if you ask me, comics areÂ made for that kind of technology. I am not a purist when it comes to my comics. I feel I am in the business of storytelling, so whatever medium makes it easier for our stories and character to get to fans, why resist it?
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