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2013 Fetish Favorites: THE PRIVATE EYE — Best Digital Comic Series

“My brothers in comic book worship, I have found the latest scripture & it’s great. This digital tome of graphic literary goodness is worth the $2.99 I PayPal’ed on it.” – Brandon Rucker, March 2013 That bit of hyperbole is what I tweeted to my Comics Illuminati brothers after I had read Brian K. Vaughan & Marcos Martin The Private Eye #1, a surprise, bold new digital-only comic featured on their Panel Syndicate website (with impressive color work by Munsta Vicente). In an unprecedented move from established comic book creators, this new digital comic was offered with a “pay what ya want” option. I paid $2.99 for it because that’s what I paid for issues of Mr. Vaughan’s other comic (which I’ll talk about later). The comic was brought to my attention by Warren Ellis via his website, where he noted that Vaughan and Martin suggested $0.99. I still don’t feel like I overpaid (and given that it’s digital, that’s saying a lot). At any rate, despite my preference for physical versions of my comics, this …

1st Issue Fetish: The Private Eye – by Vaughan & Martin (Panel Syndicate)

The Private Eye #1 Writer: Brian K. Vaughan Artist: Marcos Martin Publisher: Panel Syndicate.com Last week I told some of my CBLF’s (comic book-loving friends) via Twitter:  “My brothers in comic book worship, I have found the latest scripture & it’s great. This digital tome of graphic literary goodness is worth the $2.99 I PayPal’ed on it.”  Sometimes hyperbole, even the metaphorical kind, can be fun. But I meant every word. [Test post]