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Changes are afoot at Diamond Comic Distributors, and they don't seem to reflect confidence in the company's digital efforts. Reports are emerging that three of Diamond's employees, all working on digital initiatives, have been laid off, leaving the future of the company's digital comics plan somewhat uncertain.Bleeding Cool's
Diamond Digital was announced last week -- a digital comics delivery system based around going to your brick-and-mortar store, purchasing a download code printed on a piece of paper, and then taking that code and punching it into your phone, tablet or home computer via iVerse. It's the kind of odd left turn you expect from the comics industry at this point -- "Oh yes,
Monolithic U.S. comics distributor Diamond announced on Wednesday plans to enable traditional brick-and-mortar comic book retailers to sell exclusive digital comics. Developed with digital retailer iVerse and called Diamond Digital, the initiative plans to sell via comic shops day-and-date digital comics that will be exclusive for 30 days. Readable via the Web or on devices included iPhone and iPad, these