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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.
This week, Archie gets a web store, iVerse launches a library service and Viz spins off its digital division, while Mark Waid gets ready to change the world - and Scott Kurtz warns webcomics creators to pay attention.
In the past week, Mark Waid unleashed Thrillbent details, DC Comics announced two more digital-first series, Bill Amend self-publishes digital "Foxtrot" collections and more!
In the wake of his announcement of digital comics portal Thrillbent, Mark Waid outlines his hopes for capturing new readers, the platform's experimental nature and the core of his first ongoing web comic with Peter Krause, "Insufferable."
The video game and animation adventurers at the heart of Don Bluth's "Dragon's Lair" see their comics return on digital devices courtesy of "Cut The Rope" comics maker zuuka with a free first issue available.
Industry legend Mark Waid has been teasing his digital comics plans since WonderCon, and now he's given it a name. Mark Waid and John Rogers will launch Thrillbent on May 1!
Marvel begins its C2E2 schedule with the House of Ideas panel, discussing all the latest news on the Marvel Comics App, Marvel Digital Comics Unlimited and more.
Archie Editorial Director Paul Kaminski describes the publisher's plans for print with the digital series "New Crusaders" while dropping hints of the future of Steel Sterling, the Web and the Jaguar.
Tim boots up the old iPad for a fantastic voyage into the land of digital-first comics, and sets his sights on a familiar crew of characters from a not-too-distant-future in "Justice League Beyond."
Arizona legislature to revise controversial electronic speech censorship bill! Brian Hibbs scrutinizes Mark Waid's "print math"! Manga publishers announce new licenses! Jim Zubkavich talks "Skullkickers"! Plus more!
This week, Brigid looks at Marvel's newly-launched Infinite Comics format, Mark Waid's foray into the numbers involved in publishing a printed comic, Graphicly's dramatic shift in publishing strategy and more.
DC Comics Bob Wayne and John Cunningham stop by to unpack the digital and print sales ranking from March with an eye towards the future, revealing which titles are on the rise, how collections will fare come May and more.
In the first of a two-part talk, Archie Comics recently promoted Executive Director of Editorial Paul Kaminski opens up the first issue of digital comic "New Crusaders" to show the lives of Red Circle heroes from the Comet to Fly-Girl.
This week, Marvel goes same day digital with (almost) its entire line, Mark Waid debates digital pricing, David Lloyd debuts a new graphic novel through iTunes and more!
Rebellion has announced both "2000 AD" and "Judge Dredd Megazine" will begin worldwide same-week, DRM-free digital availability of all its books in PDF and CBZ formats starting March 30.
Does guided view functionality fundamentally change or break the comics medium? Through an examination of a page of Frank Miller's "The Dark Knight Returns," ROBOT 6 has the details.
Dean Haspiel gives up on "franchise comics"! Syrian cartoonist Ali Farzat recalls attack, talks revolution! The comics scene at SXSW! 30 Earth-friendly graphic novels! Plus much more!
Writer Mark Waid spoke to CBR TV at WonderCon 2012 about his brand new digital comics publishing initiative, writing “Daredevil,” selling his beloved comic collection, his recent birthday and more.
New iPad in hand, Augie takes it for a test comics-reading spin and finds much to be excited about with the best digital comics reading experience he's ever had.
ROBOT 6 examines the ways in which reading print-first comics on mobile devices inherently changes the reading experience, from negating the artist's choice of panel sizes to obscuring the page's "big picture."
With a new free story online, an incoming website to connect fans and pros over digital storytelling techniques and an a new web imprint with John Rogers, Mark Waid wants to kickstart the next phase of webcomics.
Marvel brings digital comics to WonderCon with its House of Ideas panel, bringing the latest updates for the Marvel Comics App, Marvel Digital Comics Unlimited and more.
This week,, Brigid looks at Marvel's new Infinite Canvas, the comparison between DC's print and digital quality, Amazon pulling manga from the Kindle and free digital "Walking Dead" for WonderCon attendees.
Augie chimes in on the techno-babble behind Marvel's new announcement, poor paper stock quality at Vertigo, a feminist reading of The Smurfs and the fun of "Astonishing Spider-Man and Wolverine."
ComiXology ruled the digital comics news this past week, announcing the long-anticipated arrival of Jonathan Hickman's catalog of creator-owned titles while passing the 50 million comics downloaded mark.
Apple finally adds a dedicated Comics and Graphic Novels section to iTunes, online manha site JManga goes region-free - for the most part - and "Zombies Eat Republicans" travels a different digital path.
This week, Mark Waid posted an essay on his view of digital comics, along with a sampling of his foray into the medium, Jim Zub discusses the success of reprinting "Skullkickers" online for free and more.
Brian Hibbs returns from ComicsPRO with interesting notes on publishers' views on digital comics, Archie sells direct through its Facebook page, ROBOT 6 debuts art from Dark Horse's latest digital-only series and more.
While new releases are digitally bootlegged within hours of their official release, evidence suggests indicating Marvel's pirates may reside inside the House of Ideas. UPDATED: The mystery has been solved!
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.