Marvel is making its entire superhero line available digitally on the same day as its release. Check out the details inside!
Marvel announced today that the company will be making all of its non-licensed, non-Max comics available day and date digitally by March 2012. Announced on the tech website Gizmodo, the comic publisher announced that it will be staggering its title's "day and date" digital launch to coincide with new story arcs to maximize the program's success.
Marvel's conversion to the "day and date" digital release dates means that all major comic book publishers will have digital copies available online on the same day as their physical counterparts hit stands.
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