If you’re bummed out about missing all the new digital comic book news and discussion coming through the pipeline this weekend at San Diego Comic-Con, check out this comic series about the show.
Here are seven such companies that are turning the world of digital comics on its head.
Digital comics startup Madefire announced a new publisher partnership that will bring its motion book technology to a handful of independent and licensed comic book series today, including Star Trek, Transformers, and The Darkness.
Digital comic book startup ComiXology is now offering its customers the ability to subscribe to monthly and bi-weekly comic series through its website, the company announced today.
In its first attempt to evolve the medium of comic books on tablets and smartphones, DC Entertainment has unveiled two new digital comic formats that require more than just passively flipping pages to finish a story.
Digital comic book startup ComiXology has removed 56 comic books from its iOS app store this past week because they contained content that didn’t meet Apple’s guidelines.
Along with the growing movement of people who like to read comics on tablets, there is an equally enthusiastic group that actually wants to make their own digital comics.
With Project Gamma, Marvel is using music to up the immersion factor in its comics.
As part Comixology’s effort to raise awareness about the creator-owned digital comics via Comixology Submit, the startup has teamed up with indie fan favorite artist Shannon Wheeler to illustrate the insanity that is SXSW.
Combining peanut butter and chocolate is as powerful a match as digital comic books and the iPad — especially when those comics are made by Marvel.
If you read digital comics, the chances are pretty great that you prefer to do so on a particular device. For me its the iPad, and I rarely bother with anything else, even if I want to. But with the latest update to the ComiXology platform, that may change.
Digital comic book reader Emanata just rolled out a new store within its iPad app, which allows independent creators to sell their work.
Editor’s Pick Ya know that beautifully drawn zombie comic you and your friends created that’s like, so much better than The Walking Dead, but failed to sell a single issue at the local comic book shop? ComiXology might be able to help.
Madefire, a startup focused on bringing digital comic books to a new level of storytelling, release a new iPhone app today along with some free comics from top notch creators.
Cognito Comics today launched Operation Ajax, a dazzling graphic novel for iPad, in a bid to reinvent storytelling for the digital age. The app is free for a limited time.
A few months ago, Cognito Comics and gaming company Tall Chair demonstrated one of the coolest media experiences that I’ve seen on the iPad — Operation Ajax, a graphic novel created specifically for the device. At the time, the idea was still very much in development, but today the Operation Ajax application has gone live in Apple’s App Store.