It's pretty clear that digital comics in all their myriad forms are going to continue to change the way that comics are produced and consumed in 2012 -- and that the transformation appears to be accelerating. Publishers are experimenting, creators are experimenting, and the display on the new iPad is set to get all kinds of new people interested in comics, I suspect.

And that last part is the key point. The conversation has gotten pretty heated today, but I think most people ultimately realize that this can be good for all comics -- even print comics -- if the business and creative innovation continues.

But none of that is what I wanted to actually talk about tonite. I'm really most curious about what treasures lurk in the comic book collection that Mark Waid is now rather famously selling. I mean, Superman Bradman is a tough book, and infamous among DC completists. And of course, Waid is well known for his extensive knowledge of vintage DC, so what else could be in there? I'll be watching to see what else shows up for sure...

Most-Read Comic Stories Today:

Swipe File: Rob Liefeld And Frank Miller Again
From that X-Force splash to the more recent Deathstroke cover, to the inside pages of Hawk & Dove, Rob Liefeld makes his love known here. I?m thinking that Rob Liefeld is basically courting Frank Miller through his comics. They?d make a lovely couple.
A Comic Store Owner Addresses Mark Waid
Phil Boyle of Coliseum Of Comics, Florida, writes for Bleeding Cool about Mark Waid?s recently announced digital line of comics, and his comments about the print medium. The visual to the right is from one Phil?s employees.
Did You Create Something On 20th November 2009? You Could Be In Breach Of Twilight Trademark

Kelly Howlett, professional artist and ex-Wizard employee has come into conflict over Summit Entertainment, producers of the Twilight film over a trademark issue that, is quite frankly, bizarre.
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Cue Outrage: For Their New Movie, The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Apparently Won?t Even Be Mutant Turtles
Certain Turtle fans are probably going to flip their lids when they play the following video clip of Michael Bay. It comes from the Nickelodeon Upfronts on Wednesday, with Bay talking about the new, live-action Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles film that he?s producing and is due in cinemas on Christmas Day 2013.
Danai Gurira Is Michonne In The Walking Dead Season 3
The character Michonne has been in the news the past few days, and now we see it?s for good reason? AMC has just announced that actress Danai Gurira has been cast in the role for The Walking Dead Season 3.
There?s already a draft of the script for the next Tron movie and two of the film?s producers, Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz, who were writers on Legacy, have read it. They probably shouldn?t be saying anything, and indeed they?re trying not to.