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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.
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.
Comics by comiXology is top-grossing iPad app for past six Wednesdays! Naming auction for "Secret Service" villain raises $5,100! Jason talks "Tintin"! Kobo Vox for digital comics? Plus more!
Marvel Comics has announced the debut of a dedicated app on the Android platform, developed and released through digital distributor comiXology.
He made Mark Waid evil at BOOM! Studios, now Chip Mosher moves to digitial comics distributor comiXology and things may never be the same. CBR spoke with Mosher about the transition.
About 40% of this week's print releases were also available digitally! Kickstarter suing to block crowd-funding patent! Miguel Sepulveda goes DC-exclusive! Plus much more!
comiXology confirms a few fans received "Justice League" #1 before the issue's official release, but the accidental early availability was not the source of the pirated copy hitting torrent sites.
Brian Hibbs takes a close look at the details in DC Comics and comiXology's digital storefront FAQ and is not at all pleased by what he discovers.
Joe Keatinge and Frank Cho ink three-book deal with Delcourt! comiXology rolls out 100 online storefronts! Cover prices vs. minimum wage! How Frank Miller built a better Batman! Plus more!
Gene Rodenberry's "Days Missing" graphic novel series is now available as a digital comic through a new deal forged between Archaia Entertainment and comiXology.
2010 was a tough year for Marvel and DC Comics, but a good year for new creators, independent publishers and readers according to panelists discussing the current state of the "comicsphere" at C2E2.
With a new platform allowing retailers to sell digital comics on their own sites, the CEO of comiXology spoke with CBR to explain how the system works, why digital isn't a threat and why sales charts are unlikely.
Digital comics distributor comiXology has announced a Digital Storefront Affiliate program which is designed to allow comic store owners to sell digital releases through an integration with the store's website.
Archie’s move to day and date digital comics makes a lot of sense for a Direct Market that does little for them, leading to “De Blieck’s Digital Divide,” Skottie Young's eBook and a rally for digital "Savage Dragon."
Monsters, space-ploitation and mayhem reign in a new comic coming from comiXology this year. ROBOT 6 talks to the creative team of “D.O.G.S. of Mars” about their new project and show off exclusive artwork.
ROBOT 6’s Brigid Alverson looks back at digital comics in 2010, noting the introduction of the iPad, initiatives by publishers, day-and-date releases, marketing to a wider audience and piracy, among other topics.
Courtesy of creator/writer Greg Pak, CBR presents a preview of "Vision Machine" #2 and an exclusive look at #3 of the future-tech tale illustrated by R.B. Silva. The second issue is available free, November 17.
Located on the publisher's homepage, the new online store for DC Comics will offer desktop digital product and work with previously released platforms like their iPad app, explains Jim Lee, with "Dark Knight Returns" and others in the mix.
What was intended to be a debate between webcomics titan Scott Kurtz and legendary cartoonist Ted Rall about web versus print turned into a thoughtful discussion about the future of print media.
DC Comics' Jim Lee, Ron Perrazza and Hank Kanalz joined comiXology's David Steinberg at New York Comic Con to discuss the publisher's digital future, the way in which the comics industry is changing and more.
Image Comics Publisher Eric Stephenson and comiXology CEO David Steinberger explained the ins and out of the new Image app and how creator-rights remain king as the company moves into the mobile comics space.
Image and comiXology have released a new App dedicated to the publisher's imprints and titles, available now on the iTunes store for use with the iPod Touch, iPhone and iPad. ROBOT 6 has the details.
David Steinberger, the CEO of the biggest player in digital comics, spoke with CBR News about comiXology's plans for Zuda creators, new content, reader recruitment in the age of digital comics and more.
Despite the proliferation and growing popularity of handheld devices like iPads, iPhones and Kindles, panelists said digital comic publishers continue struggle to get their comics into the hands of would-be buyers.
Has the advent of DC, Marvel and other publishers making content available through iTunes caused you to buy or consider buying an iPad to take your collection digital? CBR wants to know!
On the heels of their new iPad application shuttling big name titles to Apple's family of devices, BOOM! Studios is expanding their mobile comics plans via comiXology, iVerse, Graphic.ly, and Panelfly to release their entire backlist.
BOOM! Studios has announced that they are entering the world of comics on the iPad through a partnership with comiXology, utlizing the digital comics publisher's platform to offer titles through the iTunes store.
Marvel Comics is releasing June's "Invincible Iron Man" Annual in its iPad application on the same day as it hits in comic shops across America, but how much will it cost?
ComiXology, the creators of the Comics app for iPhone and iPod Touch, is set to please parents by expanding its line with their Comics 4 Kids app, designed specifically for children age nine and up.