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Mark Waid hosted a vast array of creators at the Switch to Digital panel during Comic-Con, discussing the benefits and new challenges of digital.
Image's David Brothers on why SDCC 2014 was great for comics! Report: Archie's Nancy Silberkleit escorted from booth by police! A look at changing digital landscape!
Sales of digital comics rose $29 percent over 2012! Joshua Hale Fialkov on "The Life After" and creator-owned comics! Art Spiegelman discusses Winsor McCay!
Jiro Kuwata's 1960s Batman manga series will debut as a DC Comics Digital First series on July 5, and collected into paperback later in 2014.
CBR News spoke with comiXology's Chip Mosher about the company's new iOS app, the removal of the storefront and the changes to its Android app. UPDATED with comment from IDW and BOOM! Studios.
Marvel's first panel of C2E2 highlights its digital offerings, with "Amazing Spider-Man: Who am I?" and "Daredevil" writers Joshua Hale Fialkov and Mark Waid.
Fresh off an acclaimed "Adventures of Superman" arc, Ron Marz explores the nuances of writing for the digital-first format versus print comics.
Emma Vieceli and Malin Rydén discuss their new project "BREAKS," a gay romance/drama/comedy webcomic born from "Dragon Age" fanfiction.
Free digital content proves double-edged sword for South Korean industry! Tunisian president pardons cartoonist! Interviews with Dave McKean and Dan Parent! More!
ROBOT 6 contributor & comic store employee Carla Hoffman acknowledges the benefits of digital, but knows nothing beats buying books from an actual person.
DC Entertainment has partnered with Madefire for an interactive "Batman: Arkham Origins" motion comic and more digital projects.
Writer Josh Elder brings Max, Lilly, and the DCU together in a new digital-first series based on the video game "Scribblenauts Unmasked."
With the success of "Batman '66" and "Smallville Season 11, "Tom Bondurant, considers what other DC-inspired movies and TV series are ripe for digital comics.
Mark Waid ends his Eisner-winning time with the Man Without Fear in the Marvel Infinite Comic "Daredevil: Road Warrior."
Three steps to make digital comics more successful! An introduction to digital! How many Villains Month issues did DC actually print? A century later, "Krazy Kat" is still radical! Plus more!
Direct market sales drop in August compared to 2012! Inaugural Salt Lake Comic Con attracts more than 50,000! Viz Media executive addresses sharp increase in digital manga prices! Plus much more!
DC Entertainment and WB Games has announced a new DC Digital-First comic for "Scribblenauts Unmasked: A DC Comics Adventure" written by Josh Elder with art by Adam Archer.
With their new digital serials coming to print today, Kyle Higgins and Christos Gage explain how a one-year gap let them relaunch "Batman Beyond" and "Justice League Beyond" with new villains, allies and more.
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.
In the shadow of the Viz booth at Comic-Con, President and CEO Ken Sasaki spoke with CBR about Viz's digital manga venture in "Weekly Shonen Jump" and turning the company around in the post-manga boom market.
With shelf space hard to come by in his NYC apartment, Brett weighs the benefits and drawbacks of leaving the back issue bins behind in favor of digital storefronts.
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.
On eve of "2 Guns" movie, a look at BOOM! Studios and its "creator share" model! Prosecutor drops sedition charges against Singapore cartoonist Leslie Chew! Neil Gaiman talks "The Sandman" and digital comics! Plus more!
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.
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.
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.
Image Comics Publisher Eric Stephenson tells CBR about the publisher's unique fanbase, their new DRM-free digital strategu and the growing roster of best selling creators going creator-owned.
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.
Augie declares Image PIPELINE's winner of Comic-Con International two weeks ahead of schedule, thanks to their DRM-free comics. He also analyzes Jason Howard's art on "Scatterlands" and much more!
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.
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.
Marvel's latest event comic may come wrapped in a polybag, but that hasn't prevented the contents of "Age of Ultron's" finale from being intercepted along the distribution chain and pirated online.
Digital comics aren't devouring print -- they're enhancing it! It's past time for Hollywood to make a black superhero movie! Interviews with Dean Haspiel, Rick Leonardi and Dan Jurgens! Plus more!
In a move impacting the habits of digital comics consumers, DC Comics has shifted the window by which it reduces the price of new digital comics on ComiXology from four weeks to eight.
DC Entertainment has announced DC2 and DC2 Multiverse, a digital comics initiative that enhances art and allows for readers to determine a specific story outcome by selecting different plot elements.
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.
Dynamite Entertainment adds its comics to the Dark Horse Digital platform and CBR discusses the move with publishers Nick Barrucci and Mike Richardson, who explain what it means for the future of digital comics.
Augie looks at the week in "Saga" news to see where the competition was, how digital comics work and who made sense of it all. And then, remember "Mayhem"? Or WizardWorld NJ?