I officially popped my digital comic buying cherry today, as I picked up the one comic that DC has hyped to no end - Geoff John's and Jim Lee's JUSTICE LEAGUE #1. If there was going to be a first digital comic that anyone would buy, I suppose this would be it. And 3.99 later, I must say… I'm not disappointed to have spent my money this way.
Frankly, I love it. I've been pretty hesitant about the "digital comics revolution" or whatever blah blah blah, but I'm slowly being won over. To the point where (referencing last week's Brew) I'm not planning on buying another DC floppy after this - its going to be digital single issues and trades/hardcovers from now on. The few simple reasons are again -
Justice League #1 starts with a bang in Gotham City, with police trailing the mysterious "Batman," a costumed vigilante, who like many others have been popping up recently. Batman almost literally runs into Green Lantern, who tells him that he's policing this sector and picked up mysterious extraterrestrial activity in the city. This leads both of them to going to Metropolis to investigate… well you can probably figure out who they meet up with.