Digital comic book startup Madefire has just closed a new $5.2 million round of funding, the company told VentureBeat today.
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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.
Amazon Publishing is launching its own imprint for original digital comic books and graphic novels called Jet City Comics.
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.
Loyal Marvel fans (aka True Believers) that prefer using Android tablets like the Nexus 7 or a Samsung Galaxy Tab have reason to be excited today, as the comic book publisher’s Marvel Unlimited digital comic book subscription service.
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.
ComiXology and Marvel are once again offering digital comic book fans access to the “700 free issues” promotion, Comixology announced today.
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.
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With its usage in the U.S. at an all-time high, digital comic book startup ComiXology announced plans to launch the service into Europe, the company tells VentureBeat.