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What Comic Book Retailers Must Do To Survive

2017-04-05T08:58:17-04:00February 28th, 2014|Blog|

So in keeping with the theme of the print vs digital debate that was started three weeks earlier, the number one faction that gets affected by this new technology is not the reader nor the publishing companies. In fact, as specified, in a lot of ways digital is to the benefit of both, ie: storage [...]

New Mikebooks Blog Coming Twice A Week

2017-04-05T08:58:11-04:00February 24th, 2014|Blog|

Due to popular demand i'll be blogging on Mikebooks.com twice a week! We've already had tremendous responses to previous posts and generated a ton of great feedback and interaction. So why stop there? Starting this week here is the new post schedule for Mikebooks.com: Monday & Friday: New blog post. I'll alternate between tackling topics [...]

Print vs Digital Part 2: Golden and Silver Age Comic Books Aside, Do People Even Collect Comics Anymore?

2017-04-05T08:58:06-04:00February 20th, 2014|Blog|

Got a lot of great responses to last week's blog. So here's a follow-up question tackling even more concerns with print vs digital comics. Do people even collect modern comics anymore? And more importantly, storage: what the heck to do with all those hard copies? Andrew Lovuolo from Graphic Illusions Studios (and also the fine [...]

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