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Marvel Previews finally free digitally

Beginning with the November 2013 issue Marvel Previews will be free for all in its digital form. Since it's a catalog that only makes sense, but Diamond has been charging all of us for years to see what's coming out soon by way its Diamond Previews magazine. A few years ago Marvel left Diamond Previews and began publishing its own glossy catalog but continued the practice of charging for it, which will still be the case for the print format.
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Courtesy of Engadget

Amazon Kindle Fire

The Amazon Kindle Fire has been reviewed across the interwebs today: I found the Engadget review most enlightening when looking at this as a digital comic reader. [quote]Amazon made a big deal about its partnership with graphic novel publishers for…

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Free Ultimates Digital

Marvel released a FAQ for retailers, which is far more telling: let me see if I can sum this up. For the same cover price Marvel will be selling a print comic and a digital comic. The retailer will receive their usual discount on the print comic and will receive $0.50 credit for every digital copy redeemed. Marvel is basically saying that not only does the digital copy hold no value, they're paying to get it out there.
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#44: Digital Reading

Every week Comic Book Daily asks the question and the crew (and special guests) give their answers; we’ll be doing this for 52 weeks. Tip of the hat goes to the gang at Scans Daily for the inspiration and Scott VanderPloeg for this week’s question. With all this "digital" talk about comics I'm interested to know who is reading any comics digitally? Our group here is a hardcore comic shop group but have we taken a walk on the interwebs and sampled its wares?
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