Brian K. Vaughan and Marco Martin’s ‘The Private Eye’ Now Available For Download At The Price You Want To Pay

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The Private Eye
Imagine living in a world where we decide how much we want to pay for comic books. No more $2.99 or $3.99 for 22 pages of story and 10 pages of ads. Well, welcome to the future of digital comic book reading…

Brian K. Vaughn (Saga, Y: The Last Man) and Marco Martin (Daredevil) are pretty much a dream team and they will combine forces to bring us “The Private Eye.”

Welcome to Panel Syndicate, where artist Marcos Martin and writer Brian K. Vaughan deliver original comics directly to readers around the world, who pay whatever the hell they want for each DRM-free issue. Our first new storyline is THE PRIVATE EYE, a forward-looking mystery we created with colorist Muntsa Vicente. Set in a future where privacy is considered a sacred right and everyone has a secret identity, The Private Eye is a serialized sci-fi detective story for mature readers. You can download our 32-page first issue right now, for any price you think is fair. 100% of your payments go directly into our greedy mitts and will help fund the rest of a story that we’re both very proud of (we hope there will be around 10 issues total; an old-school “maxiseries!”), so thanks for reading…

Immediate download of 32-page comicbook in your choice of PDF, CBR or CBZ. No DRM, no encryption, just plain files optimized for on-screen reading. Available in English, Spanish & Catalan.

BRIAN & MARCOS

What’s revolutionizing about this is, you pay whatever you feel like paying. So the really question is, what are you willing to pay?

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