Tag Archives: comixology

Free On Bleeding Cool – Kevin Smith’s Bionic Man #1

Kevin Smith is like a kind in a candy store at times. All the awesome character we grew up with, he gets to write comics about them. Batman, Green Hornet, Daredevil… and even The Bionic Man. Before Dynamite’s current season …

Free On Bleeding Cool – Uncanny #1 From Andy Diggle And Aaron Campbell

Dynamite is having a Crime Line sale over on Comixology and you get away with the loot. Here we have a free issue of Uncanny #1 by Andy Diggle and Aaron Campbell. Weaver is unique, or so he thinks. Born …

Thor’s Comic Review Column – New 52: Futures End, Doghouse Special, Letter 44, Supurbia Vol. 4

This Week’s Reviews: The New 52: Futures End #17 Doghouse Special #1 Letter 44 #9 Supurbia, Vol. 4 The New 52: Futures End #17 (DC Comics, $2.99) By Graig Kent When I was a kid, a teenager really, I spent …

Free On Bleeding Cool – Kirby: Genesis Continues With Issue #1

With Jack Kirby’s birthday on Thursday, Dynamite has been giving our readers a chance to see some of the Kirby characters in action. Today is Kirby: Genesis #1 by Kurt Busiek, Alex Ross and Jackson Herbert. It was part of …

Free On Bleeding Cool – Kirby: Genesis #0

Though Jack Kirby’s birthday was yesterday, Dynamite wanted to do one more free comic in honor of The King. Kirby: Genesis #0 was the kicking off point for Dynamite’s big Kirby-centric event from a few years back. The issue was …

Free Vamplets Graphic Novel On ComiXology. Go On, Corrupt Your Children.

This morning my kids woke to a nice surprise. On both of their tablets was waiting free copy of the Vamplets graphic novel, the toys and comics of which they have enjoyed since San Diego Comic Con. The Nightmare Nursery. …

Free On Bleeding Cool – Jennifer Blood #7 / Last Day For Comixology Sale

To go with the release of Jennifer Blood: Born Again #1 by Steven Grant, Dynamite is having a big sale on Comixology and giving us the original first issue by Al Ewing and Marcos Marz.

Tweeting At Buzzfeed And Other Don’ts Of Indie Comics PR 101

Liz Hey writes about San Diego Comic Con: I suppose after six straight years of hosting the same panel, you have to find creative new ways to keep talks fresh. However, livetweeting at innocent, unexpected Buzzfeed writers might be taking …

Providing DRM Free Books – The SDCC ComiXology Panel

Madeline Ricchiuto writes for Bleeding Cool: Featuring: N. Steven Harris, John D. Roberts, Brandon M. Easton,  Joshua Fialkov, Becky Cloonan, and Chip Mosher. 100 Books for $10 for International Comiccon, brings you 100 books from ComiXology Submit. The deal is …

100 Comics On ComiXology For $10 – Holding The Line At $0.10

This is my favourite deal of San Diego Comic Con and it’s available to everyone, here or otherwhere. 100 ComiXology Submit titles, independent comics submitted by creators and small publishers to ComIXology. And sold right now, 100 for $9.99. Which, …

Back Up Your ComiXology Comics Today. Well, Some Of Them.

ComiXology has sent out a letter to its subscribers, advising them that, after announcing they are distributing DRM-free comic books, that this applies to titles they have already bought. So if you have bought any Image, Dynamite, Top Shelf, Zenescope, …

ComiXology To Change Everything By Offering DRM-Free Options To Comics Publishers

ComiXology, recently purchased by Amazon, is the largest distributor of digital comic books in the USA, Canada and the UK. It does pretty well in other countries too. But, after the sale to Amazon, and the ending of exclusive contracts …

Traveling Circuses And Nomads – A Conversation With Andrew MacLean Of Head Lopper

By Mike Federali Andrew MacLean is the artist/creator of Head Lopper and Department O. Recently, his comic book Head Lopper became available to the whole wide internet on Comixology and we got to talk about his influences and the convention …

Comics for Your Indie Cred: The Pride #3 On ComiXology Today

Junior New York Correspondent Liz Hey writes: Let’s start by just addressing facts: The Pride is the comic you know you should already be reading. You’ve been thinking this ever since reading Bleeding Cool’s past reviews when Issues #1 and …

Betrayal Works Both Ways In Edison Rex

By Julz Hendricks The best part of my week was curling up with comiXology and reading the newest issue of Edison Rex, #16. It seems like just yesterday the first issue came out and my love of this reformed villain …

Preview Keeper Issue #3 – Just Your Average Soccer Serial Killer Story

By Alasdair Stuart Geoff Wessel is a creator who never disappoints. I’ve talked about his stuff here before, and now, the latest issue of Keeper, his soccer/serial killer book is out. The hook is deliciously simple: imagine Tim Edwards was …

Here’s Your Chance To Ask ComiXology To Bring Back In-App Purchasing

ComiXology are running a consumer survey. You can take part here. The survey asks about your digital and print comic buying habits, as well as individual questions about the Amazon purchases. The questions they are asking are below. But for …

What Was The Real Reason Amazon Bought ComiXology?

A couple of months ago, we told you that Amazon was looking to buy ComiXology. Three weeks later they did just that. And then brought it under its conditions of publication by dropping the In-App Purchase option. But what really …