Comix Talk for Friday, September 24, 2010
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on September 24, 2010 - 09:01
The week is slipping away... I'll probably update this post later today but here's the AM version:
- Warren Ellis ponders the digital-only future, throws in some data on Freak Angels record and compares it The Walking Dead (which for most of its run has followed a more traditional direct market singles-in-print strategy).
- The Walking Dead -- which I totally got into this summer -- released same day in print and digital (iPad/Pod) with issue #77. Both were the same price at $2.99.
- Deb Aoki has a story with the publisher of a new manga anthology series, ComicLoud, available on the Kindle.
DEAD TREES WALKING This story on the future fate of DC Comics is pretty plausible -- I'm not sure how likely it is, but doesn't it seem like something a big conglomerate like Warner Bros would easily consider.
WHERE SHOULD I BE? Erika Moen explains the pros and cons of Portland.