New York Comic Con 2011 kicked off on Thursday afternoon with a panel discussion that addressed the much-debated question of whether or not digital comics could replace traditional comics and graphic novels in the future.
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"Many traditional comic book shop owners have noticed a decrease in revenue due to the shift of digital. Customers have the options to buy comics directly on their iPad and Android devices and can be downloaded at any time. Monetizing digital sales is something that comic shop owners have been unable to do, but this might all change."
Erik Wecks: "I would argue that despite the distribution of storytelling across a variety of media platforms, in most transmedia stories one type of media carries the backbone of the storytelling. In this post, I want to talk about the potential for novels — long form fiction, based in text — to serve as the backbone for a transmedia experience" ...
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