The one thing that all the modes of buyingÂ Marvelcomics have in common is that they are basically rentals; the Marvel DCU service is available only as long as you keep up your subscription, and even the comiXology and Chrome comics could disappear if the provider disappears. Thereâ€™s another way of selling digital comics that none of the big publishers will touch: Downloadable, non-copy-protected PDFs (or CBZs or CBRs, which are like PDFs in that they are portable). I just sampled two different sites that sell comics this way, a single-artist site and a digital storefront, and despite a few hiccups in the latter, the experiences were remarkably similar.
A new classic collection is out this week from the Treasury Of British Comics – The Astounding Jason Hyde. CREATIVE TEAM: Barrington J. Bayley (w) Eric Bradbury (a) RELEASE DATE: 1 September PAPERBACK, 208 pages […]
From Rebellion comes the last in this mini-series. This is Hawk The Slayer #5. UK and DIGITAL: 10 August £3.99 NORTH AMERICA: TBC $6.50 DIAMOND: TBC Don’t miss the all new comic-book sequel to the classic eighties fantasy […]