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kleefeld on comics http://www.kleefeldoncomics.com/
- http://www.kleefeldoncomics.com/
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this piece http://fusion.net/story/379938/comic-trump-election-protest-civil-rights-movement-memphis/
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the beat http://www.comicsbeat.com/
cbr http://www.cbr.com/
older posts http://www.kleefeldoncomics.com/search?updated-max=2017-01-09t09:00:00-05:00&max-results=7
home http://www.kleefeldoncomics.com/
- http://www.patreon.com/skleefeld
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on business: what happens when..? http://www.kleefeldoncomics.com/2017/01/on-business-what-happens-when.html
weekly recap http://www.kleefeldoncomics.com/2017/01/weekly-recap_15.html
on strips: big nate, comics intern http://www.kleefeldoncomics.com/2017/01/on-strips-big-nate-comics-intern.html
on -isms: lessons from memphis http://www.kleefeldoncomics.com/2017/01/on-isms-lessons-from-memphis.html
weekly comics links http://www.kleefeldoncomics.com/2017/01/weekly-comics-links_11.html
on history: microfiche http://www.kleefeldoncomics.com/2017/01/on-history-microfiche.html
on business: advance copies http://www.kleefeldoncomics.com/2017/01/on-business-advance-copies.html
weekly recap http://www.kleefeldoncomics.com/2017/01/weekly-recap_8.html
on strips: the headstone trope http://www.kleefeldoncomics.com/2017/01/on-strips-headstone-trope.html
on -isms: supergirl inspiration http://www.kleefeldoncomics.com/2017/01/on-isms-supergirl-inspiration.html
weekly comics links http://www.kleefeldoncomics.com/2017/01/weekly-comics-links.html
on history: artifactness http://www.kleefeldoncomics.com/2017/01/on-history-artifactness.html
on business: "volunteering" at cons http://www.kleefeldoncomics.com/2017/01/on-business-volunteering-at-cons.html
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--> kleefeld on comicsabout us contact us --> home features awesome filtered default cropped entertainment style trends premium theme beauty standard comments right sidebar fashion download this template --> latest posts you may have heard this weekend that ringling brothers is shutting down operations later this year, just a couple years shy of their formal centennial. (the 146 year number cited in reports includes the years of performing before the original ringling brothers purchased p.t. barnum and james bailey's show, merging the two into a single circus troupe with double-"and" name.) that's a long time for any business to remain in operation and that they remained viable through the advent of radio, movies, television, video games, and who knows how many other forms of entertainment is laudable. very, very few businesses can trace their records that far back. we've seen some impressive anniversaries in comics publishing too in recent years. dc, marvel, and archie have all shot past their 75th anniversaries and are working their ways towards 100. whether they actually make to 100 remains to be seen, of course, but they seem to have weathered some harsh storms already. while i wouldn't suggest any of them can count on smooth sailing, they have shown they can adapt to changing conditions. interestingly the average life expectancy of a fortune 500 company in 1955 was right around 75 years. i don't think any comics publishers would have qualified as fortune 500 back then, but it's interesting that they have the longevity of them. more interestingly, though, is that the average lifespan of a fortune 500 company today is less than 15 years! of those 1955-era companies, only 61 still show up on the fortune 500 today. that's 12%. 88% of companies that were expected to have a 75 year lifespan didn't last 50 years. all companies fail at some point. just as all people die. eventually, we'll get to a point where dc, marvel, and archie don't exist. just like fawcett, charlton, quality, and countless other publishers don't exist today. but, when one of those companies folds, what happens to the comics you bought from them? nothing. you bought the comic. it's yours. you keep it as long as you like. it doesn't matter what happens to the publisher as far as that specific comic you purchased is concerned. that's why, as i'm sitting here typing, i can literally see books in my collection from first comics, pacific comics, eclipse comics, now comics, atomeka press, and gold key amid the books from marvel, dc, and dark horse. so my question today is: what happens when comixology goes out of business? i don't wish them to, of course, but sooner or later, they will, just like ringling brothers. what happens to all the comics you purchased from them? just something to think about. here are this week's links to what i've had published recently... kleefeld on comics: on business: advance copies http://ift.tt/2jl0izo the comics alternative - smart discussions on comic books and graphic novels: webcomics: reviews of king of the unknown, cosmic dash, and freedman http://ift.tt/2j9e2tm kleefeld on comics: on history: microfiche http://ift.tt/2iax8ww kleefeld on comics: weekly comics links http://ift.tt/2ifxqmz freaksugar: webcomics wednesday: another biz model? http://ift.tt/2j64lcs kleefeld on comics: on -isms: lessons from memphis http://ift.tt/2jn8nev kleefeld on comics: on strips: big nate, comics intern http://ift.tt/2inca4g i missed this earlier, but last week, lincoln piece's title character from big nate got himself a job interning at a local comic shop... the comic shop environment is obviously rife with comedy potential, even if you ignore the stereotypical nerd dungeon jokes that you see on, say, the simpsons. in fact, looking over the past couple weeks, most of pierce's jokes could be applied to any retail environment. the wonder woman gag is specific to comics, but the character is broadly well-known enough that, coupled with the somewhat generic nature of that particular joke, it's not too obscure that it won't go over with most readers. (indeed, you can swap any vaguely superheroic name in for "wonder woman" and it works just as well.) but the betty and veronica joke, it seems to me, caters to a very specific audience. the whole archie cast of characters is reasonably well-known, i think, but uniquely in that long-running archie house look, and in stories that always seem at least ten years out of date, even if they're brand new. that was kind of the bedrock of archie comics for, literally, the last half century. there were some minor tweaks over the years, of course, but i doubt most people could differentiate between a harry lucey and a dan parent story, or guess within a decade when any given story was made. (to be fair, parent made some significant progress in making the stories more inclusive, but i daresay anyone outside comics is very familiar with that. they might be able to recall something about introducing a gay character, but i doubt their knowledge goes much further than that.) so even though the archie line was completely revamped in 2015 and there's a new live-action tv series set to debut in a few weeks (with all the accompanying promotional hype) i don't think the vast majority of people realize archie isn't the same archie that he's always been. so when nate refers to "the old betty and veronica", i don't think most readers would get that. betty and veronica haven't changed in 50 years, as far as most people are concerned, so "the old betty and veronica" doesn't make sense. if the character were referring to "the old batman" or "the old x-men", i think most people would understand that the characters have changed over time, and the gentleman prefers the version he had as a youth. but archie was so specifically immutable for so long, i don't think the joke works for big nate's primary audiences: newspaper readers and kids who pick up the collections in bookstores. the comic shop audience that would get this joke likely isn't reading big nate. it's not that the joke isn't funny; it's just that it's for an audience that i don't think overlaps much with big nate's. christopher noxon posted this piece yesterday over at fusion. frankly, i think it's more insightful/useful if you're coming to a trump presidency/gop congress without a lifetime of living with racial injustices, general bigotry, and persistent inequalities that your caucasian friends, however well-intentioned, just can't seem to see as real the barriers that just a little hard work can't overcome. for those of you who do have that background, it's probably nothing new, but there are a lot of nice pictures of individuals who were deep in the civil rights movement. over on facebook, derf provides an extensive history of the silver surfer kirby/lee graphic novel from 1977, including a piece of concept art for a sort-of associated film i'd never heard of. scott dunbier is looking for original jack kirby art from forever people to use in an upcoming idw artist's edition. it's been said that we live in a golden age of reprints, and there is indeed an amazing amount of material available. that does take up a not insignificant amount of physical space; however, much of it is also available digitally. which makes access to older stories infinitely easier than it used to be. i was musing, though, on the microfiche reader i picked up several years ago, and the 100 or so old 1940s comics i have on microfiche. the technology itself is old, and had already been around in some format for decades when it started to become commercially viable in the 1920s. but what's interesting is that was really only about a 10-15 year window where selling microfiched comics was a financially viable endeavor. working backwards, it's easy to see that the proliferation of the internet would have pretty well killed off whatever market was still around ten years ago. for the 5-10 years before that, there was a weird mix of models available. some folks were trying to host stuff online, but internet speeds were too slow to make that a good option for anyone but the very patient. cd-roms were tried but you would run up against size limitations -- i have the first 500 issues of amazing spider-man in this format and it's a dozen discs which, while not an unmanageable number, is still kind of awkward and tedious if you're trying to read a story that might run from one disc to another. (personal aside: i just realized that both my work and personal computers don't have drives available to read these discs any more!) before that, in the absence of a robust reprint program, the only other real option for reading old comics was microfiche. however, the potential audience for such material -- comic fans that had a few hundred dollars to drop on a reader and some comics -- probably didn't reach anything resembling a critical mass for commercialization until the mid-to-late 1980s. microcolour, the place where i got all of my microfiche comics and materials, was started in 1988. i don't know exactly when they began adding comics to their catalog, but there's a "collectors' alert" on their site that implies that they only first began doing comics with that notice -- a pdf with a 1997 creation date. their list of available comics has a 2003 creation date, and i received notice in 2007 that their film supplier had dried up. their website doesn't seem to have been updated since 2011, although the domain name itself was renewed last august so they don't seem to be out of business. but it points to this very limited window of time that the company really worked in, just as the last vestiges of the analog world were giving way to the digital one. it somehow seems emblematic of the general chaos the comic industry was in during the late '90s and early '00s. let's say you're putting together a book, and you want to sell more copies. you could just announce that "hey, i've got this new book out" and hope people go pick up a copy, but unless you've got a history of really solid performers (in the cases of, say, j.k. rowling or stephen king) that's not likely to happen. so ideally, in an effort to create a buzz of anticipation around the book before it's even released, you might send out advance review copies to what you might consider tastemakers. that is, people who have some degree of influence over your anticipated audience. the hope is that these tastemakers will say something positive about the book before it's even available so that when it does finally hit the market, people will be ready and eager for it. historically, that meant getting a handful of one-off galley copies and physically mailing them to the new york times book reviewer or whomever. which meant that small and independent publishers couldn't really do this because (mostly) it was too expensive to be practical without a large publisher behind it. once the prospect of making a book availability digitally came along, it obviously became much more cost-effective to send copies out to even smaller outlets. and, with an increase in the number of outlets as well, there rose a greater demand for this type of thing. i'm wondering, though, how much it actually helps. for every advance copy that is sent out, even electronically, how much of an increase in sales can publishers point to? 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