Some people are coming round to the idea of digital comics – seeing what they can provide.
Here is an interesting article from inferiorego at Comic Vine
About a year ago, ok 10 months ago, I wrote an article essentially bad-mouthing digital comics. I wasn’t ready for the change, and I wished it was nothing more than a fad. Deep down, I knew the change was coming, or at least on its way, and I did everything I could to try and defend what I loved, the “printed word.” A few things changed for me, and everyone else, in those past ten months: I noticed I’ve completely run out of room for my comic books and trades, the ipad was launched, and I actually saw how digital comics could work. I then put my foot in my mouth as I read my old article.
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