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Vulture reports the CW, set to air the Green Arrow adaptation "Arrow" in October, has begun planning on "Amazon," a television adaptation of "Wonder Woman" written by "Young Avengers" and "Wonder Woman" scribe Allan Heinberg.
Tunisian broadcaster convicted of “disturbing public order” and “threatening public morals” for airing Marjane Satrapi's "Persepolis"! Target to stop selling Amazon Kindle! Best and worst Free Comic Book Day titles! Plus more!
Amazon reportedly opening a store in Seattle to gauge profitability of a chain! Latest volume of "One Piece" gets 4 million-copy first printing! Last days of Toronto's Dragon Lady Comics! Plus much more!
As DC Comics' offering of digital trades and graphic novels goes live on Kindle Fire, Hank Kanalz explains the benefits of sticking with online giant Amazon from pricing to cross-promotion and what could come next.
Vatican newspaper wades into "Tintin in the Congo" debate! Comics by comiXology app to launch with Amazon's Kindle Fire! Viz Media founder reflects on manga boom, future! Plus much more!
2000 AD/Rebellion has told CBR exclusively it has struck a deal with Barnes and Noble to fill the Alan Moore-sized hole left when the bookseller pulled DC Comics' Amazon digital-exclusive titles from its shelves.
Retail chain Books-A-Million is reportedly joining Barnes and Noble in pulling DC Comics titles from store shelves in response to the publisher's Amazon Kindle contract. ROBOT 6 has details.
In a response to DC's exclusive partnering with Amazon's Kindle Fire for titles like "Watchmen" and "The Sandman," Barnes & Noble has pulled the physical books from their store shelves as a protest. Updated with comment from DC.
DC Comics has announced that digital versions of the publisher's graphic novels, including "Watchmen," "Superman: Earth One" and more, will be released exclusively for Amazon's Kindle Fire.
Joshua Hale Fialkov and Noel Tuazon's "Tumor," the first original graphic novel to debut on the Kindle before print, has proven immensely popular, CBR News spoke with Fialkov about the project, published by Archaia.
Following the 20th Anniversary of his store, Comix Experience owner Brian Hibbs reflects back on what it's taken to survive all these years and how things have changes. Plus, a visit to NYC comic shops, the Amazon fiasco and more!