That you shouldn't be doing it since its going to end up killing comic books in the end. Actually, here you go http://marvel.com/digital_comics but you should really just get the regular subscriptions.
The Wee Baby Sheamus.
Twitter: @realjoecarfley its a bit more toned down there. A bit.
So it doesn't look like DC actually wants any of my money.
There appears to be no way to buy digital comics unless I own an iPod or an iPad-- which I do not currently have. I thought there was a way to buy them from the Apple Store via iTunes but that does not seem to be the case.
If I lose a device with the current system do I lose all my purchases too? I guess I'll be waiting for them to make something cross-platform like the Kindle App that can be installed and synced on all my current and future devices.
I don't actually have a problem with the digital coming out at 2pm and being cover price for the first week. That's fine. If it is something I am lukewarm on I can wait a week, though I'd MUCH prefer it drop more than a $1 off the cover price ever. It'd be nice if it dropped a $1 per week after release until it hit $0.99 and then they offer special package deals on full story arcs once they finish up.
In the USA, the National Book Awards have been announced: Fiction: Europe Central by William T. Vollmann. Non-fiction: The Year of Magical Thinking by Joan Didion. Poetry: Migration: New and Selected Poems by W.S. Merwin.