In 2003, GIT Digital pioneered the digital revolution in the comic book industry with their line of Complete Comic Book Collection DVD-ROMs featuring the heroes of the Marvel Comics Universe.
Long before the iPad (2010) created a demand for digital media, GIT’s Complete Collections offered fans and collectors as many as 600-plus complete issues of these more than forty year old heroes on a single DVD-ROM, including such iconic Marvel titles as The Amazing Spider-Man, X-Men, Fantastic Four, Captain America, The Incredible Hulk, The Avengers, and Iron Man, as well as Star Trek comics, The National Lampoon, MAD Magazine, Archie Comics, and more. The Complete Comic Book Collections were carried by major retail outlets in US and Canada, including Amazon, Apple Stores, Best Buy, Costco, Fry’s Electronics, Office Depot, Office Max, Sam’s Club, Staples, Walmart and many others.
GIT’s Complete Comic Book Collection DVD-ROMs have themselves become collectibles, with some titles selling on the collector’s market for as much as triple their original price.
Now GIT turns its attention to a low tech collectible, each a one-of-a-kind piece of pre-digital publishing history:
The GIT CMYK Film Collectible Series, beginning with the original four-color CMYK film used to print the iconic 1980s Marvel Comics Star Trek comic book series. Each CMYK Collectible Series will be issued in a strictly limited number (in the hundreds of pieces) as there is just one set each of the original four-color (C)yan (M)agenta (Y)ellow (K)ey film created for each comic book page. We expect these rare pieces of comic book history have the potential to increase in value beyond even the Complete Comic Book Collection DVD-ROMs, which sold between 25,000 to 50,000 copies each.