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Police in Mississippi arrest two in comic-book burglary! Why DC and Marvel don't fight porn parodies! Another parent upset by Chick tracts! Micah Baldwin talks Graphicly! Posehn, Duggan and Moore on "Deadpool"! 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.
Digital comics platform Graphicly announced today that it has closed its phone, desktop and tablet apps to users and publishers in favor of promoting projects both comics and non-comics to eBook distribution platforms.
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.
Archie to sell digital comics through its Facebook page! More from ComicsPRO annual meeting! Second annual Indian Comic Con kicks off! Larry Young on creator contracts! Plus much more!
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.
Digital distributor Graphicly today announced the launch of its subscription program for "The Walking Dead," "Irredeemable" and four more Image Comics titles through Apple's iOS5 Newsstand App.
The online comics provider is working its way through a new model that allows both indie creators and established publishers to upload comics online to be read and embedded anywhere as "the YouTube of comics," explains CEO Micah Baldwin.
Archie Comics co-CEO Jon Goldwater has announced that beginning in April, Archie comics will be available through Graphic.ly on the same day the print editions appear in comics stores. ROBOT 6 has the exclusive details.
ROBOT 6 spoke with Graphic.ly founder and president Micah Baldwin about the company's new partnership with Marvel Comics, what separates Graphic.ly from other digital comic publishers and more.
ROBOT 6 spoke with Marvel Comics' digital guru Ira Rubenstein to discuss all of Marvel's current digital initiatives with some extra focus on last week's announcement of a new partnership with Graphic.ly.
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.
The desktop and mobile comics startup today launched an App based in Windows 7, and CEO Micah Baldwin told CBR how he wants to expand the market while inviting displaced Zuda creators along.
PRESS RELEASE: Digital Comics Go BOOM! - iVerse, Graphic.ly, Panelfly, comiXology all to Have BOOM! Studios Line
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.
With digital comics representing a rapidly growing part of the marketplace, Graphic.ly CEO Micah Baldwin calls for the ability for fans to share their purchases across platforms and a "Reader's Bill of Rights.