That last one I'm trying something a bit different. In that case I bought some Marvel comics, used the digital download codes, and now I'm selling the physical books on the cheap in case anyone wants to read them. And you should if you're into either those characters or ClanDestine or Alan Davis. It was a good read.
AR is a novelty. Unless they find a way to implement this in a way that AR has never been used before, completely innovating how AR is used across all industries, this won't last more than a year. It'll be too expensive, and eventually people will realize the extra content isn't essential and just stop bothering.
If a book is released digitally, and it's "old", like say Civil War, it's priced at $1.99. If it is released same-day as print, it's priced the same as print, and stays that way indefinitely. Look at Ultimate Spider-Man. They started releasing it same-day with the Death of Spider-Man story, and every issue of that is still $3.99, along with every issue of the new Mile Morales series. same day as print, same price, no drop.
Uncanny X-Force is a great example of both. They started same-day with issue 19, so every issue, 19 and up, are and remain $3.99. At the same time they're slowly rolling out the rest of the series. Those older issues are $1.99. There's also a huge gap in the series since they've only released up to issue 13 which is super stupid. There's also no telling what they plan to do once the full series is released. Is the price gonna jump from $1.99 to $3.99 for no particular reason form 18 to 19? Who knows, but the way they've worked so far I'd wager the answer is yes.
They're also the only publisher not to participate in Comixology's retailer affiliate program. So double fuck em.
technically, the post-redesign episodes are called "the new batman adventures" and not "batman: the animated series". technically. but that's besides the point. nor did i comment on or care about any of the things you said about any other voice actors. my point is you said this: