Digital comics, the future?

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Re: Digital comics, the future?

Postby chad_ghost on Sun Aug 19, 2012 6:52 pm

I like actually owning something. Digital just isn't as real to me.
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Re: Digital comics, the future?

Postby destros_elite on Sun Aug 19, 2012 8:51 pm

Even though I am very much enjoying the convenience of digital comics (ease of access, portability when I go on business trips or vacation, etc.), I still get monthly titles via subscription service (currently Cobra, G.I. Joe ARAH, Transformers: Regeneration, Masters of the Universe, and Doctor Who). I also am still trying to collect the entire Marvel G.I. Joe and Transformers run because it is just fun to flip through and read the old newspaper print comics. By the way, if anyone has Marvel G.I. Joe or Transformers comics they would be willing to part with via sale or trade, please send me a PM. :D
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