ComicHub may be gearing up to let local gaming stores sell digital codes for comics.
How much might this collection be worth now? Well, in 2014 a single issue of Action Comics #1 sold for $3.2 million and before that, in 2010, Detective Comics #27 sold for $1.075 million.
It turns out; the right hoard is a great defence against knights.
The game distribution company it owns, Alliance Game Distributors, is also shutting down until further notice.
The first issue features Cecily Baine, a Kindred enforcer based in the Twin Cities, who has to mentor a mysterious new vampire and gets caught up in a conspiracy.
Want more? Here's one in which you land on a new world.
The new group has been created by Emmy-nominated Daniel Kibblesmith and artist Lucian Vecchio.
In this new story, one that doesn't need any previous knowledge of the character, Savage becomes a social media star, a viral hit, while he's in London. That's when the dinosaurs invade.
It's here we learn a bit about the world; God has abandoned it, and there is no magic.
It comes in a bag because of bags protect young eyes from killer sharks.