In response to an exclusive digital rights deal between DC Entertainment and Amazon’s Kindle, Barnes & Noble is removing all DC Entertainment graphic novels from store shelves.

Barnes & Noble does not want to sell physical copies of the novels if it cannot sell digital copies as well. The store’s customers will still be able to order the novels in store and online. But due to the closure of Borders, this decision means that DC Entertainment graphic novels will not be sold at any mass market bookstore.

Digital versions will become available on the Kindle Fire beginning November 15 when the e-reader releases.

Source: Hollywood Reporter

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