Saturday, October 08, 2011

Barnes & Noble Removes DC Comics After Exclusive Amazon Deal | News & Opinion | PCMag.com

Graphic competition

Barnes & Noble has begun pulling off works from DC Entertainment, formerly known as DC Comics, from its shelves, in response to the publisher's agreement to exclusively offer digital versions in Amazon Kindle format.

Last week when Amazon launched the Kindle Fire, a $199 7-inch Android tablet, it also announced an exclusive partnership with DC Entertainment to sell its digital comic books. DC will start by bringing 100 original graphic novels to the digital screen, and will offer more than 50 new comic books on the same day in digital and print.

Barnes & Noble Removes DC Comics After Exclusive Amazon Deal | News & Opinion | PCMag.com

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