Same day digital distribution could be awesome, depending on the price. Songs are 99 cents, I believe a digital comic should be too. Unfortunately I'm sure they'll try to charge the same amount as a hardcopy.
"However, there may be another motive here. DC (through Warner Brothers) is still going through a legal nightmare with the heirs of Siegel and Shuster. Recently a judge awarded the heirs the rights to certain elements of Superman, specifically the ones from Action Comics #1 in 1938. In 2013, the heirs will own the rights to the classic costume, the Kryptonian origins, Lois Lane, Clark Kent, and Superman’s ability to jump buildings in a single bound. DC retains his ability to fly and the most famous villains such as Lex Luthor. This reboot could be DC’s way of shedding the elements that they will no longer hold the rights to."
Post by themanofbat on Jun 7, 2011 21:29:12 GMT -5
I will admit that a Swamp Thing title intrigues me... but I wonder if they'll go with the Alan Moore "plant that thinks he's a human" route, or go back to the old school of a man turned into a monster...
"It's disturbing when young people believe right-wing political hype. It's like rock n' roll never happened."