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Old 10-09-2012, 05:25 PM   #65
tron_1970
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Originally Posted by david_e View Post
The comics are viewable / accessible only from the ComiXology app, so they couldn't be moved to any kind of storage card or drive.
Correct, you can't have the user have a "physical" copy of the comic you just purchased. It's all in the cloud, one of the complaints I do have with Comixology is that they are still not forthright to what would happen if they close up shop tomorrow? Do we get to download all of the digital comics we purchased? Do they get converted to CBR or PDF format?

Steam which is a digital gaming PC distributor from Valve. Has always said that if Steam has to be such down they have a contingency plan that would allow all games purchased not to be connected to Steam. I would like to have that same reassurance from Comixology.
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