And if everyone followed this plan, there would be no streaming services anywhere, ever.
I would actually think most comic book lovers who buy new books from their local stores or singular online supplier would feel the same way and hope this nonsense of breaking up content and scattering about ends.
Picture this, Marvel and Disney suddenly pull their comics and say you can now only get them exclusively from the Marvel and Disney stores, but neither of the two have all of both available. That's exactly what they're doing right now taking the content to Hulu and Disney as separate locations with neither having all of both and both requiring separate subscriptions and hassle to go to to pick up.
Now imagine Warner Brothers doing the same thing and pulling their content to exclusive DC comic stores requiring yet another subscription.
Now you find yourself driving to 4 different stores in possibly different towns now to get what you used to pick up at just the one comic store.
Imagine if this continues, and Image, Dark Horse, IDW, Dynamite and Valiant follow the example.
Now the time you had for reading is lost in driving time, some you have to drop entirely because the one store doesn't have enough titles to justify the trip more than once a year during a sale and then you have to hope the content is still there during the sale to bulk buy.
The loss of revenue now may also mean the original comic store can't afford to shelf stock every title from Zenescope that you used to pick up sporadically on impulse.
It's a Lose-Lose situation if left unchecked.
If the additional content the individual stores are now providing is good enough to justify offering there then it should have also been good enough to offer thru the original outlet.
It's a pure money grab spitting in the face of the consumer who isn't rich denying them the chance to enjoy programming they want to see.