We got some response from some companies, regarding the situation: Dark Horse Comics Suspends Digital Releases Until Diamond Reopens "We will not be releasing any comics digitally that are not also available in print," Dark Horse said in a statement. The publisher also said products shipping through its bookstore distributor, Penguin Random House, will be available digitally and will still continue to ship, with comic retailers being able to order through that avenue. ARCHIE Going Ahead with Some APRIL Titles Digitally & in Print, Others Postponed Archie Comics is forging ahead with its planned comic book releases for April 1, despite the industry's leading print distributor Diamond suspending delivery beginning that week. In a statement to retailers (and shared with Newsarama), Archie will release its April 1 titles digitally, and in print to its subscription customers and those retailers who ordered retailer-exclusive variants. Archie's April 1 titles are Sabrina: Something Wicket #1 and Cosmo the Mighty Martian #5. After that, all planned titles from April through July have been postponed indefinitely - with the exception of April 15's Vampironica: New Blood #4, which has already been printed and mailed out to subscribers and retailers who ordered exclusive covers. That issue is also planned to be available digitally on April 15. The publisher also plans to continue releasing its newstand-focused digests as announced, and digital versions of solicited collections will also be released digitally as schedule.