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.

Fires & Murmur And Umbra From Dover Books Squeak Out As Drew Ford Leaves

Savage Plays A Long Game In A Preview Of Next Week’s Legends Of Tomorrow

punisher_main

Netflix Orders Punisher Series

Concern Over Titan’s UK Reprints Of DC Comics Titles

Rewriting Jason Todd’s Origin Back To Stealing Batmobile Wheels In DC Rebirth

Where Will Stan Lee Be On Free Comic Book Day?

Control02-Cov-A-Oliver

Advance Review Of Control By Andy Diggle, Angela Cruickshank And Andrea Mutti

The Team Plans A New Attack In Clip From Tonight’s Legends Of Tomorrow

Symmetry issue5page20

Exclusive First Look At Raffaele Ienco’s Art For Symmetry #5

Alicia-Vikander

The New Lara Croft Is Alicia Vikander