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CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS (Digital) (03 Feb 2015) DC Comics

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CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS (Digital)
Date: 03 Feb 2015
Cover Price:  $19.99
Publisher: dccomics.com

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This is the story that changed the DC Universe forever. A mysterious being known as the Anti-Monitor has begun a crusade across time to bring about the end of all existence. As alternate Earths are systematically destroyed, the Monitor quicklyassembles a team of super-heroes from across time and space to battle his counterpart and stop the destruction. DC's greatest heroes, including Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern, and Aquaman, assemble to stop the menace, but as they watch both the Flash and Supergirl die in battle, they begin to wonder if even all of the heroes in the world can stop this destructive force.

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    • Photo of George Perez at SmashCon 9 Pookie Gall‎ writes: SMASHCON 9 (18 Nov 2017) Sanford, Florida As most of you know today was local comic shop day (November 18, 2017) and it was also the 9th anniversary of Smash Comics and Games in Sanford Florida.  SmashCon 9 as it's actually known. Among the events and festivities that happened was an appearance by newly inducted Hall of Famer George Perez.  Earlier this year, George had a heart attack and, for now, has had to stop doing conventions until his doctor has cleared him... but he was able to make an appearance today and signed autographs and posed for pictures. He has lost some weight and joked about having to buy some new clothes because nothing fits ...
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    Top 300 Graphic Novels Actual - March 2015

    posted Apr 13, 2015, 6:40 PM by Vu Nguyen


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    Top 300 GNs – March 2015




     Rank 

     Index 

    Title

    Price

    Pub

     Est.Qty 

    71

    1.92

     FLASHPOINT TP

    $16.99

     DC

      1,406 

    74

    1.87

     CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS TP

    $29.99

     DC

      1,369 

    105

    1.39

     INFINITY GAUNTLET TP

    $24.99

     MAR 

       1,017 

    147

    1.06

     INFINITE CRISIS TP

    $17.99

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    posted Feb 5, 2015, 10:19 PM by Vu Nguyen


    CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS (Digital) (03 Feb 2015)
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    NBC's Constantine is based on the DC/Vertigo comics Hellblazer. The show regularly airs on NBC on Fridays at 8pm. The comic was also the basis of the Warner Brothers movie Constantine, starring Keanu Reeves as the chain smoker. ...
    As a sign of how old I am, my first comic book that I purchased with my own money was Crisis on Infinite Earths for $0.75, 30 years ago. I bought it from Yunkee, because I was drawn to the many characters in the books. I believe the Crisis #3 was on newsstand at that time period, so I was actually missing issue #2 for a while (but obviously I've tracked down the missing issue at a comic book store - Sierra Comics and Books in Clovis, California). I have very fond memories of the series, read #5 in the bathtub (to this day, the comic has water damage), blown away by the death of Supergirl, followed by the death of Flash (Barry Allen). Wow, this was amazing comic-changing stuff! There was no internet, there was no Previews; the only way to find out what was happening was to visit a newsstand (because the comic book store was usually too far for me).

    Having said all that, and excuse me if you think I do not understand the digital age (because I will agree with you), but selling a digital collection of Crisis for $19.99 is way, way too much. The digital collection came out this week, February 3rd, 2015, previously you had to purchase each issue individually, priced at $1.99 each. In both cases, you're going to spend around $20 to $24 to get the entire story... which I think is just too much.

    I understand the real cost is the content, but I will argue with you that after 30 years, believe me when I tell you that DC Comics have already made their money on these comics, whether it is through various printings or different formats or licensing it to foreign countries. I've personally contributed over $200 to DC, just in the Crisis line...

    I know that kids these days probably have more money than when I was a young - but the entry way for me into comics were the fact that it was inexpensive. Comics were still under $1 for most newsprints and it was affordable for me. Current pricing for most new books ($2.99 or $3.99), I think is just too much money. While there is really no way to reduce the cost of the flimsies, due to the rising cost of paper and ink, I believe they should focus to digital. Make digital the entry point by reducing the price to 99 cents or lower. From my personal experience, the flimsies were usually an entry point for me - if I enjoy a series, I'll end up buying more books from the same creators or getting the deluxe hardcover down the road.

    Look, I'm not negative on all things digital, here are some companies that are doing it right:

  • All new Marvel Comics comes with digital codes.
  • Buying CDs/Vinyls from Amazon will also grant you digital version.*
  • Buying new Bluray, I usually prefer to get the "Ultraviolet" version.

  • At the end of the day, my point is that I just don't see the value of paying $20 for bits and bytes, especially when you get none of the benefits of print (lending, re-selling, showing it off...) The tradeoff is, of course, is convenience, portability, and updateable (for example, they raised the resolution on old Comixology comics and updated typos or initial errors). Since there's virtually no cost to digital, I believe this is the perfect opportunity is to get fans into comics by making that affordable (especially for really old titles)... and they'll be hooked in and will buy more of your books in the long run.

    * Limited to certain record labels. And oddly enough, when Amazon bought the popular digital comics retailer, Comixology, they made it worst by removing in-app purchasing from iTunes. They basically lost a bunch of digital comic fans overnight.


    Vu's Crisis Collection
    (I have more, this is just a small sample).


    Crisis on Infinite Earths available as collected digital for the first time
    posted Feb 3, 2015, 3:31 PM by Vu Nguyen [ updated Feb 3, 2015, 3:47 PM ]


    CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS (Digital) (03 Feb 2015)
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    For the first time, CRISIS is available collected in its digital format. You know how I feel about digital prices, it's on par with print editions, retailing for $19.99.. although current printing prices lists $29.99. Looking online, you can easily grab the trade paperback from Amazon for $17.99 (new) and $13.49 (used). Personally, if you love the series as much as I do, try to get your hands on the CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS: ABSOLUTE EDITION (Nov 2005), which I own and love the bigger artwork.

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    Crisis on Infinite Earths


    This is the story that changed the DC Universe forever. A mysterious being known as the Anti-Monitor has begun a crusade across time to bring about the end of all existence. As alternate Earths are systematically destroyed, the Monitor quicklyassembles a team of super-heroes from across time and space to battle his counterpart and stop the destruction. DC's greatest heroes, including Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern, and Aquaman, assemble to stop the menace, but as they watch both the Flash and Supergirl die in battle, they begin to wonder if even all of the heroes in the world can stop this destructive force. Collects CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #1-12.

    Page Count: 359 Pages
    Print Release Date: December 18 2012
    Digital Release Date: February 3 2015
    Age Rating: 12+ Only


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