Barnes & Noble Pull 100 DC Titles In Protest of Digital Exclusivity

From Newsarama

We mentioned the rumor yesterday, and now it’s official: Barnes & Noble is pulling the print versions of the DC Comics graphic novels that are being offered as digital exclusives through Amazon’s new Kindle Fire device off their shelves. Talking to Publisher’s Weekly, a spokesperson explained “We pulled those 100 DC Comics graphic novels that we were not offered in digital format. Our policy is that unless we receive all formats of a title to make available to our customers, we will not sell those physical titles in our stores.”

Somehow, I think B&N will be hurting themselves more than they’ll be hurting DC.

If there is a benefit for B&N, it’ll mean they have less unsold inventory to clear out when they go bankrupt.