* Graeme McMillan talks about Mark Waid talking about one basic appeal of digital comics: that print comics has priced itself/worried away any expectation of profits from any reasonable expectation of doing one without taking a severe financial hit. Waid's contributions to discussions of the growing reality of digital comics has been invaluable thus far, even if some of the rhetoric -- like the insistence Waid somehow has it in for print comics -- has been distressing.
* I'm always interested in reading descriptions of comics shop positives that depend on things in which I have no interest. I find them interesting shopping experience rather than avatars of community. I never went to a comics shop looking for pals and fellow travelers; I went looking for comics.