Are printed comics suffering because content is generated digitally first? [#print]

How Digital Comics Change the Way Comic Books are Drawn—And Imagined
"I was a little disappointed but couldn’t figure out why because Mignola’s drawing and storytelling were great as usual. When I spoke to Jasen Lex about it, I learned he thought the new comic was fantastic. After a brief conversation, I realized that Lex had read a digital copy (on his beautiful Mac display) while I had read a print copy. We decided to compare his digital copy and my print copy page by page, panel by panel. I found the digital copy stunning in comparison. The subtle palette’s warm and cool colors complimented Mignola’s immaculate compositions and storytelling in ways I had missed on my readings of the print edition." via Gizmodo

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