This past week, Marvel announced its intention to go day-and-date with all of its family-friendlier Marvel Universe comics. That qualification is in place, I bet, to save them any bother with Apple’s approval process.
This is big and happy news, in that now most of the world of serialized comics is available digitally on the same day as print. DC is already there. Archie is there. Marvel will now be mostly there. Image is largely there. And the rest are hit and miss, but the trend is clear and the end result will be total day-and-date availability.
There are two more steps remaining now to complete this digital transition:
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