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With the eastern United States still shivering from an arctic blast, Tom Bondurant peruses comiXology’s DC archives for some cozy winter reading.
But what's the clock on "Naruto" website counting down to? Digging into comiXology Submit! Why Seattle should be designated as a City of Literature! Plus much more!
Less than two months after launching its DRM-free backup program, comiXology has announced a second wave of 14 more participating publishers.
Creators, editors & journalists writers gave valuable insights into the business of being creative in a special Comic-Con presentation by ComiXology.
A look at the state of the digital comics market! Interviews with Walt Simonson, Jeff Lemire and Chris Ware! FutureDude CEO on his company's transmedia plans!
Four comics entrepreneurs discussed why they chose to strike out on their own rather than work for another publisher, with practical advice for would-be CEOs.
CEO David Steinberger explains a major change in comiXology's business model, allowing users to download DRM-free backups of some of its comics.
Image Comics, Dynamite Entertainment, Monkeybrain Comics and more join comiXology's just announced DRM-free backup program.
With comiXology stepping away from in-app purchases for iOS users, Augie puts the pieces together and attempts to make sense of its marketing.
Digital anthology will offer back catalog! Author Irvine Welsh joins lineup for "IDP: 2043"! InkLit to publish Thomas Sniegowski’s "The Raven Child"! Plus more!
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.
Customers using iOS devices will have to download a new app and purchase future comics through comiXology.com.
"Attack on Titan" continues its conquest! What's in the comiXology deal for Amazon? Interviews with G. Willow Wilson and Van Jensen! Plus more!
Brian Hibbs weighs in on Amazon's purchase of comiXology and what the potential ramifications are for the future of printed comics.
Augie ponders comiXology's fate, mourns Teddy Ruxpin's creator, praises Liefeld's inks and continues to explore Todd McFarlane's "Amazing Spider-Man."
Addressing hype, and panic, surrounding Amazon's purchase of comiXology! Kevin Siers on winning a Pulitzer! Scott Snyder on "Batman" #29! More!
What Amazon's purchase of comiXology might mean for comics! Gene Luen Yang on winning LA Times Book Prize! Interviews with Art Spiegelman and James Kochalka!
comiXology's David Steinberger and Amazon's David Naggar explain what prompted Thursday's acquisition, and what it means going forward.
Online retailer Amazon has reached an agreement to acquire comiXology, the digital comics distributor has announced.
TNA wrestler Christopher Daniels has teamed up with Art Baltazar for a special "Christopher Daniels & Kazarian" issue of "Aw Yeah Comics!"
comiXology celebrates the anniversary of their Submit program by offering a bundle of Submit titles, including "The Bunker" #1, "Doc Unknown" #1 and more.
ComiXology urges its userbase - readers and retailers - to change their passwords following the discovery of unauthorized access to its database.
ComiXology Comics iOS app adds Wishlist, Manga Fixed Format! Evolution of digital comics in libraries! An assessment of Wizard World Portland Comic Con! Plus more!
Is curation coming to comiXology? Comics trends from 2013, and what to expect in 2014! "Superhobo" helps German homeless! Plus much more!
One perspective on Mumbai Film and Comic Convention! ComiXology offering French-language comics from Delcourt! Plus much more!
Tablets, comiXology and the digital comics boom! Shigeru Mizuki, the world's oldest working comic artist? Ellis launches Orbital Operations! Remender talks "Deadly Class"!
Acclaimed cartoonist Richard Sala teams with Fantagraphics and comiXology for the digital "Violenzia," featuring a pulp action heroine against a supernatural cult.
ROBOT 6's Corey Blake takes the long holiday weekend to reflect on six things in comics he's thankful for this year.
The effects of Apple's mature-content policy! Interviews with Joe Sacco and "Gasoline Alley's" Jim Scancarelli! Stockton-Con grows in second year! Plus much more!
Matt Fraction reports Apple has officially blocked the sale of "Sex Criminals" #2 via comiXology on iOS devices, due to "objectionable" content. UPDATED with comment from Image Comics.
Comixology's female readership has increased dramatically since the digital-comics platform launched in 2007, rocketing from less than 5 percent of its audience to 20 percent.
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!
ComiXology passes 200 million-download milestone! Pantheon acquires rights to Michael Cho's first graphic novel! Interviews with Mark Waid, Jaime and Gilbert Hernandez, Jamal Igle and more!
Speculation stirs that comiXology could go public! Alan Moore talks "Fashion Beast"! Interviews with Shannon O'Leary, Charles Brownstein and more! Algeria's homegrown manga! Plus more!
A group of college students get letters from their future selves - and the news isn't good - in the new digital comic "The Bunker" from Joshua Hale Fialkov and Joe Infurnari.
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.
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.
Comic-Con provides a snapshot of the digital-comics market! Singapore cartoonist charged with contempt! Interviews with Jimmy Palmiotti, Joe Sinnott and Rutu Modan! Thoughts on the loss of "The Dandy"! Plus more!
CSBG's Sonia Harris explores how using the word "banned" to describe comic books unavailable on comiXology's iOS app is often so misleading, it's essentially a lie.