The Death of Print
There is always debate swirling around the ability of physical print products to survive in an burgeoning electronic world and that debate has been ongoing for a long time. Ned and I have been in this business so long that we no longer even flinch when we hear the latest expert proclaim the death of print and Comic Books and predict that they will be supplanted by electronic readers Real Soon. I'm so old I will probably never switch to electronic readers exclusively and if comic books go away, well, I have plenty of them around here to keep me company. I suspect that comics (and books and newspapers and magazines) will always be around, at least for the next several decades.
With that in mind, I really enjoyed this short video... watch it all the way through:
There you go.
See also: Movies killed radio, television killed movies, VHS tapes killed television, the Internet killed home recording, etc., etc., etc.