DC: Drawing The Line at $2.99

DC: Drawing The Line at $2.99

Who likes price increases? No one really does, but why in times of a down economy do we have to go up all the time?

DC Comics has taken a new approach to keep prices down!

Jim Lee DC Comics Co-Publisher stated:
"This announcement reaffirms DC Comics' commitment to both our core fans and to comic book store retailers,". "For the long term health of the industry, we are willing to take a financial risk so that readers who love our medium do not abandon the art form."

So basically they are keeping prices of all standard length 32-page ongoing comic book titles currently priced at $3.99 to $2.99. What is not included are of course annuals, specials, & oversized books. I say Hell yeah thou I don't read or collect DC stuff much. Marvel take note keep prices down. We all know the economy is bad. But the line has to be drawn some where.

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Filed Under "Other" 2/22/2011 Source: DC Comics
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Sweep - 2/22/2011, 12:58 AM
DC have to draw something I suppose. Good for them
marvel72 - 2/22/2011, 8:06 AM
i've been collecting a long time since 1986 & what with the price & i was running out of room i had to stop buying comics.

thats why i buy trades nowadays,i can't afford all the comics i use to buy.

also they look pretty good on my bookshelfs.

CoolioVids - 2/23/2011, 10:29 AM
is DC starting to care about ALL of there franchises again?
Spock - 2/23/2011, 2:57 PM
Good ?

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