- Posted by Johanna on August 1, 2006 at 10:06 pm
- Category: Comic News
Various voices have reacted to the news that Claypool will be ceasing print publication:
Peter David blames the distributor (which seems to me to be ignoring Claypool’s years of low sales).
Mark Evanier says it’s because they only were interested in publishing comics.
Matthew High (in the comments thread at my previous post) blames it on the company’s refusal to consider putting out different formats. I admit, I’m partial to the “they should have done collected editions” argument because I so much prefer that reading method.
Last, in December 2005, Paul O’Brien had a typically insightful analysis that talks about their lack of marketing, focusing on their poor website design.