There’s been some talk in the comics blogosphere recently about the viability of printed products in the 21st century, with suggestions arising that print is dead or is dying. It’s hardly a new notion or argument. Funerals and wakes have been held for print media time and time again, and they started in the 1990s. A decade later, we’ve yet to see the paperless society that many touted as the wave of the future. That wave is never going to make it to shore.