52 Pick-Up Week #2 | Bedlam (Image)

comiXology had the first issue of Bedlam (Image) for the low, low price of free. I’m a fan of supernatural stuff, and mayhem, and the BBC America import Bedlam so however they meant “Bedlam” I was willing. I didn’t read the blurb before I read Bedlam and I’m glad for that because I jumped in head first and my mind was blown. If I’ve said it once I’ve said it a thousand times

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Let Me Kill It! | DISHONORED: Rat Assassin (iOS)

Dishonored is coming out soooooon! I feel all the feelings. For now, I wait with baited breath and play RAT ASSASSIN. Apparently, the nice folks over at Bethesda Softworks knew how much Dishonored fans were geeking on the abundance of rats in all forms in the upcoming game because they created a free assassination practice app to tide us over: RAT ASSASSIN. Dishonored is set in the fairly scummy city of Dunwall, which is teeming with rats. Your character even has a rat-based ability, Devouring Swarm. I want a devouring swarm so badly I might die of it!

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Are Digital Comics [Mobile Comics] Right for You?

The debate over paper and digital comics has mostly died down over time. People either do or don’t but they don’t really talk about it.

Digital vs. Paper is still a touchy subject for some. Hell it’s still a matter or versus rather than options. Dark Horse and Dark Horse Digital are still selling and producing and profiting from the same Baltimore or Conan comics regardless of how you buy them.

I don’t know about you but it’s not super easy for me to get to a comic shop when I want to. And, often, when I do get to my local shop, they don’t always have what I want.

Yes, I could subscribe but I’m not willing to make a financial commitment to multiple comics (most shops require you subscribe to three or more comics to hold a queue at the shop) until I can make a commitment to actually getting the comics.

There are a number of considerations and arguments that I weighed when deciding whether or not to join the Digital Comics/Mobile Comics Movement or hold strong with paper comics.

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Net Promoter: Bing Rewards

Bing Rewards are fairly simple. You use Bing for points then cash those points in for prizes. Anything from amazon money, which I use to buy digital comics, to Microsoft Points, which I use to buy video games, to Starbucks or Hulu money or even charitable contributions.

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