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In a strong month for direct market comic sales driven in part by Marvel NOW!, DC execs Bob Wayne and John Cunningham discuss how New 52 as book sales stay strong and the criticism over early digital releases.
This month, Brian Hibbs reflects on November's surprising news from DC Comics regarding its digital publication schedule and what it means for him - and the rest of the comics retail industry - moving forward.
CBR News spoke with George Chen, CEO of digital comics app Emanata, to talk about the company’s updating publishing apps for the ipad and iphone, designed for independent comic creators.
DC Comics sales are up 18% from last October, and SVPs John Cunningham and Bob Wayne explain how "Superman Earth One" and digital sales drove the growth as they prep "Girl With The Dragon Tattoo."
The #1 digital comics portal announced plans for a new submission site that allows high quality self-publishers to sell their wares on comiXology's popular app in advance of New York Comic Con.
Ahead of debuting an expanded, enhanced iPad version of his creative commons graphic novel "Vision Machine" at NYCC, writer Greg Pak shares an exclusive first look at the app's new interactive elements.
DC executives Bob Wayne and John Cunningham are back to discuss the performance of the New 52's #0 month in September including the line's overall future, plus exclusive digital sales rankings show a "Dark Knight" bump for Frank Miller.
The latest DC superhero to hit The CW takes his story to comics as Executive Producers Marc Guggenheim and Andrew Kreisberg pen an "Arrow" digital comic tying into the weekly show. CBR has exclusive first word on the project.
DC Comics executives Bob Wayne and John Cunningham discuss the August sales numbers including an exclusive look at their digital rankings as Batman graphic novels lead a solid if expected level after a year of the New 52.
JManga debuts unlimited-access website! Reactions to "The Dandy" ending print publication! Marvel's Isaac Perlmutter profiled! The growth of comics-form journalism! Stan Sakai talks "Usagi Yojimbo"! Plus more!
Rob Salkowitz, author of "Comic-Con and the Business of Pop Culture," on digital comics! Christos Gage talks "Sunset"! Derf talks "The City" and "My Friend Dahmer"! Ed Piskor on the genesis of "Wizzywig"! Plus more!
Mark Waid went above and beyond to interact with fans interested in hearing his thoughts about his Thrillbent online initiative and the future of both print and digital comics.
JManga business manager Robert Newman spoke exclusively with CBR News at CCI about the publisher's plans for a new site that will publish manga one chapter at a time, for free or for a fee.
CBR News spoke with artist and animator Ryan Woodward about his new iPad app/animated graphic novel, "Bottom of the Ninth," a baseball yarn set 200 years in the future.
Judge allows artist to pursue claims against songwriter over graphic novel biography! Archaia takes top honors in Foreword's Book of the Year Awards! Content versus container in digital comics! Plus much more!
The ridiculousness of comics numbering! The problem with digital rights management! Maryland couple renews vows to celebrate "Astonishing X-Men" #51! The 15 best creator duos! Plus much more!
In advance of the "He-Man and the Masters of the Universe" comic, DC Comics releases a digital-first "Masters of the Universe," which features a character Geoff Johns created when he was eight.
Stephanie Brown will join the Dark Knight's first appearance in DC's digital-first "Smallville Season 11" #5 by Brian Q. Miller with art by ChrisCross.
Ryan K. Lindsay gives DC's digital-first "Legends of the Dark Knight" #1 by Damon Lindelof and Jeff Lemire 5 stars, calling the introductory issue "extremely good and definitely memorable."
DC Comics Bob Wayne and John Cunningham discuss the surprises held in the May sales numbers for print and digital, "Animal Man's" hit status, the grand scheme of digital comics and Zero Month planning.
In rebranding its ComicsPlus app, iVerse continues to focus on expanding the comics market by bringing in new readers and offering creators new opportunities. CEO Michael Murphy discusses the company's plans.
iVerse Media announces a rebranding of its Comics+ platform as ComicsPlus, bringing new tools, an expanded marketing gameplan and more along with the updated name.
A look at “solid but not spectacular" sales of DC's New 52! The success of the "Pocket God" digital comic! Tacoma, Washington, comic store closes! Interviews with Stan Lee and Adam Warren! Plus more!
The New York Times surveys the digital comics landscape! Warren Ellis on "the shape of the new webcomics"! Dave Sim turns to Kickstarter for digital "Cerebus"! Adam Warren talks "Empowered"! Plus more!
IDW Publishing Chief Creative Officer and Editor-in-Chief Chris Ryall spoke with CBR about the state of the publisher, long-running and new licenses, creator-owned comics and creator rights, and much more.
During the course of his Kapow Comic Convention panel, Warren Ellis spoke on comics boredom, going digital, his upcoming novel "Gun Machine" and co-writing with Joss Whedon.
iVerse CEO Michael Murphey spoke with Brigid Alverson about what effect comiXology's recent exclusive contracts will have on the publisher and what he feels the future of the digital comics' landscape will look like.
This week, comiXology locks up Marvel in an exclusive digital deal, two smaller publishers talk about their digital revenues and indy creators strike out on their own.
DC Comics' digital-first comics continue to chart the DCU's future, and Adam Beechen leads part one of a roundtable interview on "Batman Beyond Unlimited" speaking about 10,000 Jokers,Tim Drake and cyberpunk surprises.
In his latest column, Brian Hibbs looks at his store's record breaking Free Comic Book Day, the new DC Entertainment regime, Diamond miscues, and digital storefronts
DC execs Bob Wayne & John Cunningham discuss April sales charts, New 52 demographics and anniversary plans, summer events, & digital firsts informed by our exclusive sales rankings.
In an unexpected if unsurprising move, Marvel Comics has opted to publish all its digitally formatted serial comics releases exclusively through comiXology's platform and apps.
One of the earliest players in the digital comics space upgrades with a new iOS-based platform on the way to more features and projects in 2012. Panelfly Co-Founder Don McGuire tells CBR about the publishers, plans and more.