June 19, 2015

In response to this week's JUSTICE LEAGUE #1...


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  1. Perhaps they've embraced the fact they're not attracting new customers, so they're jacking up the price for those few souls who are going to be buying Justice League until the day they die.

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    1. They're willing to do anything to sell comics...anything, that is, except making fun stories that people want to read.

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  2. I guess all that movie/video game money wasn't enough.

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  3. Technically, DC is a wholly owned subsidiary of Warner Bros., which is itself a wholly owned subsidiary of Time Warner Inc., which used to own Time Warner Cable, but which spun off Time Warner Cable several years ago. So Time Warner Cable is actually a separate company, but they used to be owned by the same parent company. Corporate lawyered!

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    1. Congrats! You should expect your No-Prize in the mail any day now.

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    2. Really?!?! I remember when Marvel used to give those out. I always wanted one. Thanks! It means a lot to me.

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  4. To be fair, it was 58 pages which makes it close to 10¢ a page as opposed to the 17¢ + of a standard $3.99 comic. So it was actually a better value.

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    1. "A standard $3.99 comic"". When I started reading them, comics were 12 cents. Thanks for making me feel really old.

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