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You don't get charged for clicks or displays. DC may release more total comics and graphic novels than everyone, but they’re typically—meaning not during event months—closer to Image on a revenue per release basis than they are Marvel. Each installment looks at a different aspect of Australian comics' history, ranging from landmark characters and their creators, to profiles of publishing companies and interviews with current Australian comic writers and artists.

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