I am definitely a 'floppy' kind of a comic collector, having yet to purchase a digital comic.
And while I have avoided the Ame-Comi Supergirl collectibles, I was intrigued to hear that DC was going to do an Ame Comi digital comic and wondered if I should check it out. Having Amanda Conner do the opening book, with the Ame Comi Wonder Woman made it even more interesting. So I was pretty happy to see that DC will be releasing the chapters eventually in print form.
Wonder Woman, Batgirl, Duela Dent, and Power Girl chapters are done. Which means Supergirl's time to headline is now. The opening chapter is up on Comixology here:
The Ame Comi books are being written by Jimmy Palmiotti and Justin Gray. The art on the Supergirl issues is done by Santi Casas.
I would love to hear from people who have read the Supergirl issue or any of the prior chapters what they have thought. It is hard to move away from the cheesecake art that seems to be the foundation this book is built on. Even in this one page I found on the net, it seems all so embarrassingly titillating. Does the story transcend the images? Is it a fun book? Is it worth getting when it is finally released on paper?
I just don't know if I can get past the gratuitous nature of the art ...