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.
Just finished reading The Two Swords, the 3rd installment of the Hunter's Trilogy about Drizzt and his pals. I liked it a lot, as it ends with several set ups for other new adventures. Love all the other Drizzt tales, and all other Drow books.