I didn't see anything already posted so apologies if I missed it, but over the weekend, as I was perusing my Comixology app, I noticed that DC is now offering digital collections. Before, they would group the individual issues together so you could purchase a complete story, but didn't offer the digital version of a TPB like Marvel and other publishers did.

That is no longer the case and you can now do the same for DC Comics.

http://www.comixology.com/Introducing-DC…

But, before you jump in and start shopping, you should also know that DC started offering collections like this on the Kindle store before they did the same for Comixology and a lot of the Kindle Editions are lower priced than the Comixology version. If you're using a phone or tablet, then either way you have access to the app (and for free), so unless you have a preference for one or the other, make sure to check both stores before buying. I've actually tried out the Kindle Edition of a few, including Books of Magic, and Fables Vol. 1, and if the panels are small you can double-tap them and each panel will pop out a little bigger and easier to read, so the experience is pretty similar to Comixology.

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I recently bought the digital collection of Superman: Birthright, and the Kindle Edition was $9.99, a better deal than the $12.99 on Comixology. Checking some of the other offerings, the Kindle Edition seems to be less expensive across the board.