writes nerdy things, celebrates those things as an English teacher, and is the co-founder of the production house ADK MOGUL. He lives in the mountains. Thanks for reading; feel free to leave a message, and please don't ask if he's D(e)Press(e)d.
Smallville Season 11 #13 was really bad-ass. I love the characterization between Clark and Lois, and the Batman hook was laid out well. While reading I began to think about my issue with digital delivery and their price point when I came to the conclusion that this .99 cent comic is 20 pages, and how they combine (I think it is two) digital issues of Smallville Season 11 to be $3.99 at 40 pages of content for the print edition. I haven’t bought the print editions of the issues because I’ve been reading it digitally and for the most part enjoying it. So I’m trying to figure out how other publishers are able to justify the $3.99 digital price point for what is essentially ninety-nine cents of content. As Slim rightfully pointed out: the creative value, which without question is something that is totally, one thousand percent, valid. And don’t think for a second that I’m being facetious or snarky or disingenuous, that value is exactly how much whomever thinks it should be and one could make the argument in either direction of under value or over-value, but that argument would be very much like watching a dog chase its tail.