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Watch Dogs, Assassin’s Creed IV Black Flag, Splinter Cell Blacklist, Rayman Legends, and South Park: The Stick of Truth will all get a floor presence at SDCC, and all but Rayman will be featured in Panels.
The most interesting thing they are doing for comic-con however, will be outside the convention center and open to the public — Black Flag’s pirate ship, the Jackdaw, will be docked at the 5th Avenue Landing behind SDCC…
In a move that sent a wave of excitement and confusion rippling through three people in rural Minnesota who still think death in comics is a something that lasts more than a few months, DC Comics announced a new series, set in a “possible future which may never be,” which sees deceased character Damian Wayne taking over the mantle of Batman. Andy Kubert is writing and drawing the four issue miniseries, titled Damian: Son of Batman: Maybe: Or Maybe Not: It Really Depends: You Know What, Screw It, Definitely: Then Again, No.
XBox Live currently uses a simple five-star reputation rating, but hopes to improve upon that with the XBox One launch. The aim is to “reward healthy behavior while reducing troublemakers and cheaters,” with negative, obnoxious players seperated from those that want to play without things like constant harrassing and cursing.
Yesterday, Image Comicsannounced that they would be offering DRM-free digital comics for sale on their website. The announcement is a game-changer for the comics industry, which has, for the most part, avoided the “ownership” model of DRM-free downloads and clung to the “license-to-view” model that comiXology has made very successful. A decade ago, the music industry underwent a transformation to the ownership model. Will that happen to the comic book industry, or, like the film and television industry, will they continue to resist?