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Starting in December, DC Comics will release a monthly digital comic based on Cartoon Network's "Teen Titans Go!" animated series, with the stories later reprinted in a bimonthly print edition.
Though "Smallville Season 11" is coming to a close, the DC Comics digital-first series will continue on, transitioning into a series of miniseries, starting in November with "Smallville: Alien."
Eisner Award winner David Lapham's two-part story for DC Comics' digital-first "Adventures of Superman" series kicks off Monday, September 2, and CBR News has an exclusive preview.
Writer Marguerite Bennett assures fans the lewd and violent interstellar bounty hunter “is much bigger, meaner and nastier” than the concept art DC Comics released for the new-look Lobo would lead them to believe.
A group of college students get letters from their future selves - and the news isn't good - in the new digital comic "The Bunker" from Joshua Hale Fialkov and Joe Infurnari.
Comic-Con International's Monkeybrain Comics panel highlighted the digital publisher's recently announced new series, as well as the Eisner Award winning "Bandette" and the sales success of their line-up.
CBR News spoke with comiXology CEO David Steinberger at CCI 2013 to discuss recent developments with the digital platform and digital comics market - and why the company isn't jumping on the DRM-free bandwagon.
Mark Waid’s Thrillbent, which hosts a variety of digital comics that can be read in a variety of different ways, is adding a new way to purchase titles: download-to-own. ROBOT 6 has details.
Thrillbent.com's Mark Waid and a panel of fellow creators, including James Tynion IV and Asa Tait, gave a behind the scenes look at how comic books are produced for the digital publisher.
At Comic-Con, Legendary artist Neal Adams and author/historian Rafael Medoff screened their "They Spoke Out" motion comics based on the historical figures who tried to stop the Holocaust.
One retailer and four digital guys get down to brass tacks about what digital can do that print can't - and vice versa - coming to the conclusion that both formats should have no problem co-existing for years to come.
At the DC Digital panel creators Bryan Q. Miller, Kyle Higgins, Dustin Nguyen, Jim Chadwick, Christos Gage and Tom Taylor spoke about their comics and announced DC Entertainment's new digital titles.
Brian Michael Bendis and a lineup of Marvel's digital leaders gather in San Diego to discuss the future of the publisher's online efforts from Infinite Comics to new video series.
With "Batman '66" finally on tablets everywhere and "Smallville: Season 11" going strong, CBR wonders, which superhero television show should be next to get the digital comics treatment?
Along the with the upcoming "Mad Max" video game from WB Games & Avalanche Studios, DC Entertainment will release a motion comic by "Injustice" writer Tom Taylor & artist Jason Shawn Alexander.
Digital comics publisher Monkeybrain celebrates its second year and its first panel in San Diego with the debut of five titles from Phil Hester, Paul Guinan, the Timony brothers and more.
CSBG's Sonia Harris explores how using the word "banned" to describe comic books unavailable on comiXology's iOS app is often so misleading, it's essentially a lie.
Madefire, the innovative digital comics studio, has announced a new partnership with BOOM! Studios, IDW, iTV & Top Cow, as titles from each publisher will be adapted to the company's trademark Motion Book format.
In honor of the first anniversary of digital comics publisher Monkeybrain Comics, the ROBOT 6 crew looks back at some of their favorite titles, including "Masks and Mobsters," "Bandette" & Gabriel Hardman's "Kinski."
Near-mint copy of "The X-Men" #1 goes for record $250,000 in private sale! A guide to Steve Ditko's self-published comics! The ins and outs of real-life superheroics! Introduction to Franco-Beglian comics! Plus more!
"Templar, Arizona" cartoonist C. Spike Trotman talks to CBR about publishing anthologies like "Smut Peddler" & "The Sleep of Reason," teases "Templar's" return, the launch of "Poorcraft 2" and more.
Marvel has released a preview of its first Infinite Comic "Wolverine: Japan's Most Wanted." Co-written by Jason Aaron and Jason Latour, the first installment of the weekly serial is available now through comiXology.
DC Comics has confirmed an end for current digital first titles "Arrow" and "Ame-Comi Girls" while "Legends of the Dark Knight" goes straight to trade rather than monthly print issues.
Doug Zawisza gives "Batman '66" #1 4 stars, calling the digital-first by Jeff Parker & Jonathan Case "a nostalgia stuffed innovation" with "a fun story and striking art delivered by top-notch talent."
Celebrating Monkeybrain Comics' one year anniversary, Chris Roberson and Allison Baker spoke with CBR about their first year as a publisher, Karen Berger's departure from Vertigo and more!
Image Comics is now offering DRM-free copies of its catalogue as PDFs, CBZs and more. Director of Business Development Ron Richards spoke with CBR News about the publisher's new approach to digital comics.
Regular delivery of regular series are now a reality on comiXology through its new subscriptions option. CEO David Steinberger explains the company's new features, declares "Hawkeye" its leading subscription and more.
Russ Manning-nominated creator Paul Roman Martinez talks to CBR News about his acclaimed webcomic, "The Adventures of 19XX," exploring the 1930s, kickstarter and what happened on the set of "Castle."
DC Entertainment President Diane Nelson and DC Comics Co-Publisher Jim Lee introduce the company's newest digital comics initiative: DC² and DC²: Multiverse, a new, interactive approach to storytelling.
ComiXology has removed 56 titles from its iOS app this week, ranging from "Angry Youth Comix" to "Sex" to "The Boys: Herogasm," to adhere to Apple App Store policies. They’re still available for purchase from comiXology.com.
The panel on interactive graphic storytelling at C2E2 began and ended with dramatic demonstrations of futuristic storytelling tools, as a variety of artists explained why working digitally is the way to go.
With his new creator-owned series on Mark Waid's Thrillbent site, writer James Tynion IV plans to make a horror comic that's actually scary, depicting a First Lady of the US struggling with the demons inside her.
"Tiny Titans" creators Art Baltazar and Franco announced at C2E2 plans to publish their all-ages Aw Yeah Comics titles digitally via Mark Waid's Thrillbent.
Image Comics' "Peter Panzerfaust" makes the leap to motion comics, drafting Elijah Wood, Summer Glau and Ron Perlman to voice the roles of Peter, Wendy and Kapitan Haken.
Writer Greg Pak, musician Jonathan Coulton and artist Takeshi Miyazawa adapt Coulton's songs to comics in "Code Monkey Save World," a Kickstarter-funded digital graphic novel released through Monkeybrain Comics.
Mark Waid discusses the upgrades readers have discovered with the release of Thrillbent 2.0, and how the site has begun to tackle the tough subjects of distribution, monetization and more.
"Insufferable" artist Peter Krause discusses the return of his and Mark Waid's Thrillbent comic, the appeal of going digital and the way his approach to illustrating has adapted to accommodate the online format.
A redesign for Mark Waid's forward-thinking comics portal Thrillbent includes new comics, new features and enhanced sharing options that will make spreading strips like "Insufferable" as easy as posting YouTube clips.
CBR's Women In Comics Month concludes with webcomic creators Danielle Corsetto and Noelle Stevenson telling CBR News about online sexism and the future of women in comics.
More than four years after the character last appeared on television, Lana Lang will return in DC Comics’ digital-first series "Smallville Season 11."