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"If all retailers receive the periodicals and collections at the same time... that is the best chance for the industry to come out of this strong."
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Dynamite pauses digital distribution of new comic books

“If all retailers receive the periodicals and collections at the same time… that is the best chance for the industry to come out of this strong.”

Press Release

March 30, Mt. Laurel, NJ: Dynamite announces an immediate pause to all digital distribution for new comic book releases with an original release date starting with April 1.

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This decision is in keeping with the industry at large, supporting all business partners in the most responsible manner, and making sure all fans are served the stories they desire on a level playing field. Book market releases that have not already been shipped are on pause as well.

Dynamite has already announced developing returnability options for retailers and a reshaped release schedule for comics intended for release in July and available to preorder in May. Fans are encouraged to continue reading and purchasing the comics they love at this time through whichever means they prefer, to support this community and art form cherished by many.

These decisions will be reevaluated and updated as the industry develops in this period.

“We know comic fans everywhere have been watching closely to see what their favorite publishers and retailers are able and choosing to do in this very complex time. And whether they will be getting the comics they love to read and collect this week and in the coming weeks. We’ve chosen to keep all our retail partners and fans on the same page, literally. If all retailers receive the periodicals and collections at the same time, including and especially our bestsellers, that is the best chance for the industry to come out of this strong. Every sale of a new periodical or collection taken out of the retailer’s hands is one more blow to them, and we want all retailers to survive this pandemic to continue to be there for all fans. We feel this is the best fair course until we get further answers and solutions,” said Nick Barrucci, Dynamite CEO and Publisher."If all retailers receive the periodicals and collections at the same time... that is the best chance for the industry to come out of this strong."

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