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Brigid Alverson breaks down the week in news, from the return of "Smallville" as a digital-first series to the estimated growth in digital comic sales in 2011 to a major creator's changing view on online piracy.
Concluding our exclusive 2-part interview, Marvel Comics Publisher Dan Buckley talks the company's 2012 strategy from "Avengers Vs. X-Men" to "The Avengers" film, through conventions and digital.
Value of digital comics market in 2011 estimated at $25 million! ComicsPRO's annual meeting kicks off! Ashcan comics from '30s and '40s go up for auction! Takehiko Inoue resumes "Vagabond"! Plus more!
With ComicComposer, software developer Aquafadas places the power of digital publishing in the hands of indy creators. CBR spoke with the company about what its new program offers publishers of all sizes.
On top of DC Comics' top ten performance in January's print sales, executives John Rood and Bob Wayne share with CBR the top ten digital comics for the month, cover criticisms of DC's success and update "The Shade's" status.
Terry Moore takes "Strangers in Paradise" digital, Viz launches two potentially game-changing manga initiatives and "Pearls Before Swine" creator Alan Gardner redefines digital strip collections.
Marvel has released a preview of its Superbowl Sunday-debuting digital comic "The Avengers: Fury's Big Week" #1. The first issue of the official prequel to the "Avengers" movie is free; later issues are 99 cents.
Last week, Apple's iBook Author got comics creators thinking about making their own digital graphic novels, manga publishers continue to work on improving digital distribution and Marvel promised big digital comics news.
Geoff Johns weighs in on how digital is changing the way comics are read, two new digital comics launch with bi-weekly release schedules, a publisher develops a unique digital/print bundle and more.
Geoff Johns on re-evaluating the medium for digital display! Marvel's backlist problem! Washington City Paper axes comic strips -- again! Houston welcomes "The Scarlet Spider"! Plus more!
Dark Horse CEO Mike Richardson spoke with CBR about the company's digital comics strategies, maintaining strong relationships with brick and mortar stores, the initial confusion over same day digital pricing and more.
Augie looks at some pretty French comics, explains why no comics publisher will defend the internet against SOPA and has a new business model for digital comics to consider.
Eric Stephenson, Image Comics publisher, talks candidly with ROBOT 6 about the past year, their new ad campaign, digital comics, "Image United" and much more.
ROBOT 6's Brigid Alverson talks to comiXology CEO David Steinberger about digital pricing, platforms, comics apps and their plans for the future.
This week, comiXology and iVerse's storefronts get makeovers and offer big sales, "Cut the Rope" and Stan Lee come to digital comics and Digital Manga offers free "Vampire Hunter D."
Brian Hibbs examines the idea that comics can turn the corner and find a greater audience, as well as the problem of "waiting for the trade" from the perspective of retailers and publishers.
Matt Pizzolo talks Occupy Comics! Looking at the relative positions of DC's New 52 titles! DC backs off digital debuts! Jim Zubkavich on writing "Skullkickers"! Ramon Perez on adapting Jim Henson's "Tale of Sand"! Plus more!
IDW Publishing announces the expansion of its partnership with comiXology and same-day digital across their entire library of titles.
Augie has an idea that would keep comic prices down, promote regular creative teams and save publishing companies money. Also, a look back at Rob Liefeld's first issues of "New Mutants."
John Rood explains what DC Comics' digital sales rankings mean for readers, retailers and the company's plans, sharing exclusively with CBR the top ten digital sales chart and Jim Lee's "Justice League" #7 cover.
Last week, Dark Horse clarified its digital comics pricing, Brians Woods and Hibbs respond very differently to the news and the "Pocket Gods" comic tops 500K in paid downloads.
Retailer Brian Hibbs talks digital pricing! Stephen Colbert plugs "Mush! Sled Dogs with Issues"! Sam Humphries on "Sacrifice"! Joe Palooka, Mixed Martial Arts star? Plus much more!
Dark Horse Comics, who recently announced day-and-date digital availability for its entire line of titles starting December 14, has clarified details on its pricing strategy. CBR has details.
Mark Millar warns that same-day digital releases could hurt the comics market, Pocket God soars in digital but sags in print and Dark Horse jumps on the simultaneous-release bandwagon.
iVerse CEO Michael Murphey spoke with CBR about plans to expand digital comic readership beyond traditional comics fans, Archie's upcoming weekly digital-only series, "Pocket Gods'" ongoing success and more.
With the release of his latest "Kick-Ass" issue today, Mark Millar is taking a stance against day and date digital comics, and he tells CBR why print first is better for comics and retailers and how the series brings back Hit-Girl.
Brian Hibbs examines Month 3 of DC Comics' New 52 titles, day-and-date digital release snafus and Marvel's decision to add "free" digital copies to its "Ultimate Comics" lineup.
Original page from "Uncanny X-Men" #137 sells for $65,000! A call for publishers to release digital sales figures! The definitive obituary for Bil Keane. Interviews with Max Allan Cullins and Scott Tuft! Plus more!
Augie offers up a couple of business ideas to Diamond Distributors to keep up with the times. Plus, Norm Breyfogle returns to Batman, and a word of consolation for Frank Miller fans.
Marvel announces free download codes in its print Ultimate Universe comics, Archaia launches an "Immortals" app and more in this week's roundup of digital comics news.
As the publisher immerses itself deeper into the world of digital publishing, CBR spoke with Marvel's digital braintrust, getting exclusive word of a program designed to drive readers into brick and mortar stores.
Augie wants to see the 99 cent digital comic grain a greater foothold. This week, he offers three ideas to help push that along, including new websites, apps and subscriptions.
Marvel Comics has announced that the new Barnes & Noble Nook Tablet will launch with access to a high-resolution library of Marvel comics and graphic novels.