IDW Publishing is another in the line of comic book publishers that have decided to take their wares to the web, by announcing a deal with Eagle One Media.Â Instead of a proprietary format, Eagle One Media and IDW are releasing titles in PDF format for a mimimum of $1.99. Eagle One Mediaâ€™s President, Eric Reichert, is excited about this new relationship. “Being able to work in partnership with IDW to make a significant number of their comics available for download to fans worldwide is a great opportunity for us. We’ve simplified the process so that comic fans can easily
Apparently Batman is dead, but youâ€™d never know it if youâ€™ve been reading Detective Comics for the last year or so.Â The plausible exit created by Paul Dini at the end of last issue, leads naturally to the events Denny Oâ€™Neil uses in Detective Comics #851.Â Batman dead?Â Unlikely, so why mourn the loss here?Â Instead, Oâ€™Neil uses the time to tell a good Detective story.
You can only attract new readers if they know about you. Iâ€™m sure Iâ€™ve mentioned this before on this site, but after reviewing IDW Publishingâ€™s Ghost Whisperer #1, the idea has bubbled to the surface once again, “Why arenâ€™t publishers advertising their wares on television?”