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And the Quote of the Day is from Jamal Igle via Panel Patter:
“I think it’s part of a larger problem with the American market, because you don’t see it so much (a reader gap) in European comics. We’re beholden to a monthly, 20 page comics format in a world that is increasingly more and more about immediacy. Most people are POP (point of purchase) buyers, meaning they buy things on impulse. They’re not trained the way hardcore comic book readers are to be in the shop every Wednesday. It’s impossible to capture those readers because they don’t want to be forced to hunt down the next issue of a comic book. So we need to rethink how we a) write stories b) publish for the future.”