Xbox One Or PS4? Top Comic Artists Chime In.

Sure, they may be able to do render amazing versions of Superman, Batman and Spider-Man but comic-book artists are just like you and me. Some of them even use their talented fingers for video gaming. And, like game enthusiasts everywhere, the visual stylists who contribute DC, Marvel, Image and others are excited for the Xbox One and PS4. Which one are they going to spend their money on? Watch and find out.

During New York Comic-Con last week, Kotaku video editor Chris Person and I walked up and down Artist’s Alley, talking to various comics pros about the coming advent of next-gen hardware. In the video above, you’ll see David Marquez, Khary Randolph, Emilio Lopez, Jim Cheung, Dustin Nguyen all take a stab at explaining why they’re leaning towards getting one console over the other.

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I'm confused.

A lot of people are acting as if Watch Dogs is exclusive to the PS4; many I know who were going to get a PS4 are canceling their PS4 purchase because of the game's delay on all platforms.

What gives?

Watch Dogs is also coming out on PC (best performance/price) and the Xbox One (which currently has more exclusive AAA titles going for it and a better controller). So what's with equating PS4 with Watch Dogs? It's not exclusive to the platform, and it's better elsewhere.