Dark Horse’s store is a notable addition to the world of digital comics for a few reasons. The price for a single comic is a maximum of $1.49 across the line, significantly lower than DC’s max of $2.99 and Marvel’s max of $3.99. Rather than offering single issues alone, as most major digital comics publishers do right now, Dark Horse is offering readers a choice of three types of items: comics, discounted bundles of comics, and graphic novels. One-shots, graphic novels, and other reading experiences appear to be priced according to their length, rather than format.
It looks like they’re completely circumventing the App Store for the books. My guess it will look like Kindle for iPad. Click on a book and it will open the browser for purchasing.
Their $1.49 pricing makes Marvel’s $3.99 price-point look even more absurd.
I’m taking bookings for 2011 now, I’d advice anyone in a band looking to do a music video to get in touch with me now no matter how late in 2011 you want a video. I’m taking bookings for March onwards (with a space for one or two videos in February). Even if you…