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Quote of the Day | Comics industry's 'frozen adolescence'

"No idea has proven more damaging to the comics industry than the myth that its professionals — not just creators, but retailers, even distributors — work for love and not money. It’s a philosophy that has justified exploitation of creators and theft of intellectual property. It’s allowed the entire industry to pass the buck for its failures — from publishers to retailers, and retailers to — for decades. And it’s why the comics industry lingers in a frozen adolescence, clinging to a shrinking target audience like a sea captain railing at the storm — when the real problem is the rotting wood of his own hull."

-- Rachel Edidin, former Dark Horse editor turned freelance writer and editor, addressing reactions to Amazon's announced purchase of comiXology for Wired.com

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