Internet Suddenly Realises That Jupiter’s Legacy Is Not Day-And-Date

But not for everyone. Mark Millar isn’t a fan of day-and-date digital comics. He likes his creator owned comics to be published in print, sold by comic shops and then, a while later, if he has to, issue them digitally.

The plan is to have the comics out on comixology 3 months after publication in print. I’ve actually meant to do this with ALL the Millarworld books, but been too busy to arrange. I’ll never go day and date, but digital comics is a good way of getting the books to people who don’t live near a store.

Some people had forgotten. Or never knew. And took to Twitter…

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

No response yet. But it’s only a matter of time.

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