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By John R. Bolton
The president fiddles at his domestic altar while the world burns
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Dc Entertainment
DC Comics is expanding its digital storefront, putting all its monthly titles _ from Batman to Superman _ on sale at iTunes, Amazon's Kindle store and Barnes & Noble's Nook shop.
DC Comics is asking retailers to postpone sales of a Batman comic book out of respect for victims of the shooting at a theater showing "The Dark Knight Rises" in Colorado.
Buoyed by big-budget superhero films this summer, retailers and publishers are poised to give away more than 3.5 million free comics at events aimed at building communities among longtime fans and at capturing new readers.
New origins, new costumes and new stories have brought DC Comics new sales records.