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Re: Future of Comics
- To: Multiple recipients of list GUTTERS <gutters>
- Subject: Re: Future of Comics
- From: "D Group" <Dgroup>
- Date: Sun, 15 Oct 2000 22:01:48 -0700 (PDT)
- Reply-To: gutters
- Sender: gutters
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----- Original Message -----
To: Multiple recipients of list GUTTERS <gutters>
Sent: Monday, October 16, 2000 3:05 AM
Subject: Re: Future of Comics
I am a little more hopeful. I cannot imagine Marvel folding. All that
money from licensing marvel characters. It a shame that the previous owners
of Marvel ran their company into the ground. I seen that in the defense
industry. CEO would run their company into the ground then giving them
selves a big raise and run before the company went under.
Still it hard to imagine even if Marvel surrenders to the debt. That
rest of the Comic Book industry would collapse with it.
Diamond would not be real happy. There is still FM and Cold Cuts
In a message dated 10/15/00 4:51:39 PM, salgoodsam writes:
<< Ultimately, no mater what happens in the north american market, Marvel
possibly taking down the whole distribution system with it when they finally
implode under their $250 million debt (see ‘come in alone’:
http://www.comicbookresources.com/columns/index.cgi?column=1 ). It will only
force the committed to seek other routs to publication and it will have
little or no effect on the european market, which is alive and well and
light years ahead of us. >>
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