Tag Archives: digital comics

Open Access ‘Electricosmos’ Is In Development – Electricomics Panel Highlights From Thought Bubble

I was particularly interested in attending the Electricomics panel at Thought Bubble this year, and extremely grateful that members of the Electricomics team even made time in their busy schedule to do some interviews with me (forthcoming on Bleeding Cool). …

Dynamite Partners With Comicsfix To Offer Their Titles On A Digital Subscription Format

Dynamite Entertainment has partnered with Comicsfix to offer their titles on a subscription-based digital platform. Comicsfix offers all of their available comics to subscribers for a monthly fee of $9.95… like Netflix for comics. Now available on Comicsfix from Dynamite: the …

Good New For Indies: Koyama Press Expands To Digital, Opens With A Sale This Weekend

Fan of indie comics? Prefer digital graphic novels? Koyama Press have made the move with many of their titles now available digitally through the Sequential app, and to kick off the new format offerings of their favorites, they are running …

Just In Time For Halloween – It’s The Creepy And Eerie Digital Sale From Dark Horse

By Tim Grimm Just in time for Halloween, Dark Horse is having a digital sale on their Creepy and Eerie titles, including their Eisner Award-winning Creepy Archives and Eerie Archives. The Creepy Archives MegaBundle includes volumes 1-19. Metaphorically weighing in …

Orbiting Around Damon Gentry And Aaron Conley Of Sabertooth Swordsman From Dark Horse Presents

Bleeding Cool welcomes back The Orbiting Pod, the podcast of Orbital Comics in London. They say: Welcome to another interview special episode of The Orbiting Pod! To coincide with the new tale appearing in the relaunched Dark Horse Presents, Robin …

Downloading a DRM-Free Digital Comic From Dynamite

I thought I would try out downloading one of the DRM-Free digital comic books so I headed over to Dynamite Digital and scan through their 10 cent books. I realized that I had most of them and decided upon a $1.99 …

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 …

Comedy, Horror, And A Detective Chimp New On ComiXology

By Jeremy Konrad As long as I can remember I have always enjoyed all things horror. Especially horror with some great humor thrown in. Whether intentional, like the old Universal Horror meet Abbot and Costello movies, or unintentional, like The …

Join An International Agency Of Magic – Talking With Ruben Romero

By Jeremy Konrad Out this week on Comixology is The Agency, a new series from Alterna Comics and Think Alike Productions. The series is about a group of mages who are a part of their own governing body, called the …

Empire Returns Fourteen Years Later – Mark Waid Talks About What Comes Next For An Omnipotent Supervillain

When Empire appeared in print from Gorilla Comics in 2000 (a creator-owned company formed by Mark Waid, Kurt Busiek and others), it was a comic ahead of its time for many reasons, not least of which was that it featured …

Getting The Kids To Read Comics – Findings From A ‘Great Experiment’ In The Classroom

Brian M. Puaca writes for Bleeding Cool: As we move into the last half of May, college students around the country are graduating or heading home for the summer. For many faculty, the end of the semester means taking stock …

Digital Comics Deals Ahead Of Free Comic Book Day And Star Wars Day (UPDATE)

So, it’s Free Comic Book Day tomorrow and Star Wars Day Sunday. But some of the digital folk seem to be jostling in. You can get a free copy of Injustice: Gods Among Us #1 with the readdcentertainment.com/redeem code ROK3Y-JDLQW Dark Horse Digital are …

What ComiXology Said About Submit At Wondercon – And Joshua Hale Fialkov’s Tips For Success

By Michele Brittany, a West Coast Bleeding Cool Correspondent Last year, Joshua Hale Fialkov and artist Joe Infurnari were shopping around their project, The Bunker, the story of five students who receive letters from their future selves cautioning them about …

ComiXology All Over the World – The Walking Dead Is Kind Of A Big Deal, But So Are Injustice And Batman Eternal

Timothy Carson writes: Another week in comiXology and with it comes the inevitable return of The Walking Dead to the top of charts around the globe. All but Japan and China crowned The Walking Dead “king comic” for the week, …

Wondercon Full Report: What Was Said (Or Not) At ComiXology’s Ask Me Anything Panel

By Michele Brittany, a West Coast Bleeding Cool Correspondent In the wake of Amazon’s announcement to acquire comiXology, at Friday afternoon’s Wondercon Anaheim panel “Comixology, Ask Me Anything,” VP of Communications & Marketing for ComiXology Chip Mosher and Co-founder of …

ComiXology All Over The World – Superior Spider-Man Swings To Victory, And The Invisibles Takes China

Timothy Carson writes: With the upcoming release of The Amazing Spider-Man 2, it’s no surprise that Peter Parker’s comic variation is flying off the shelves. Superior Spider-Man even managed to knock The Walking Dead down a few pegs, for according …