Yeah, digital at Comixology. They're running a Superman sale which I'm sure has a lot to do with a certain Time-Warner flick that's coming out this summer. Or has already come out; I'm in Japan and our release schedule is different here. For whatever reason-- call me foolish, call me irresponsible-- but it occurs to me I bought nothing but Action Comics. Action Comics #1 (I'm relieved I didn't have to pay $175,000 for it, although I could have afforded it quite easily) plus one by Curt Swan and several by John Byrne.
It's fashionable these days to mock Byrne, but I won't hear a bad word said against Curt Swan. And once I get some time to read these comics, I'm going to spend a little time exploring them here while giving Byrne a fair shake. I don't mean the kind of shake a shark gives its prey. I mean a truly fair reading of the four comics I bought, although that's surely too small a sample size to make any kind of accurate assessment of what he accomplished.
I may clown around a lot here but this is a pro-Superman blog. I've got an incredibly expensive Hot Toys figure of Christopher Reeve back home to prove it. Superman and Babe Ruth. That's all I ever think about.