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Post Mon Feb 09, 2015 2:17 pm
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I have managed, with a little effort, to subscribe through a third party subscription service to The Shield, Fox and The Black Hood, however i can't find this TPB through the same subscription service. Has it been in Previews yet, does anybody know?

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Post Mon Feb 09, 2015 9:37 pm
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Only available in digital, no printed TPB. Check previous post for press release link with more info.

Post Fri Feb 13, 2015 11:40 am
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Link: Dark Tomorrow

That is a shame. Something I would love to have in print form. Oh well.
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Post Mon Feb 16, 2015 5:51 pm
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That's a first, isn;t it, for a Red Circle/MLJ/Mighty comic? They have all been in print until this one.

I hope this doesn;t mean the finale for the New Crusaders, i liked the idea they were going to move the continuity forward, something the other publishers never seem to do (constant reboots and so on always keep their characters young. It was one of the things i liked about the JSA actually, that they did age, and die). I also thought the original New Crusaders miniseries had an intruguing number of "whatever happened to..." moments featuring characters out of the original eighties Red Circle run, and i'd like to see those fully explored. That won't happen in one special, or even in several miniseries.

I wonder who their audience is? I suppose for a print comic you need approaching 10,000 sales, but judging by this message board there are about six readers for this line of comics... hmm...
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Post Thu Apr 09, 2015 7:29 pm
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Well whoever they are aiming for they may lose readers by going solely digital. I know I don't like reading comics on a screen. I sure won't pay for a copy. I like to relax and read my comics wherever I am and screens just don't relax me after working at one all day.

Post Sun Aug 09, 2015 6:40 am
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Fly-Man wrote:
Well whoever they are aiming for they may lose readers by going solely digital. I know I don't like reading comics on a screen. I sure won't pay for a copy. I like to relax and read my comics wherever I am and screens just don't relax me after working at one all day.


Ditto. I would like to be able to buy Dark Tomorrow in print but that does not look likely at all.
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