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This is What ComiXology Support's Twitter Looks Like When The Comics Are Late

This is What ComiXology Support’s Twitter Looks Like When The Comics Are Late

ComiXology published comics online on Wednesdays even before I can get to the comic shop in London – let alone Americans five to eight hours later. And digital readers have got used to getting their early morning fix. Not this morning however, as the ComiXology social media Twitter feed slowly discovered. hmm, give the app […]



ComiXology Announces 4 New Originals for September, From Vita Ayala, Justin Jordan, More

ComiXology Announces 4 New Originals for September, From Vita Ayala, Justin Jordan, More

Digital comics publisher ComiXology has announced 4 new ComiXology originals to debut in September, one each week. Breaklands, by Justin Jordan and Tyasetta debuts on September 4th. Field Tripping by James Asmus, Jim Festante, and José García is out September 11th. The Black Ghost, by Alex Segura, Monica Gallagher, and George Kambadais, will be available […]

Chip Zdarsky and Jason Loo Bring 5-Issue "Afterlift" to ComiXology Originals

Chip Zdarsky and Jason Loo Bring 5-Issue “Afterlift” to ComiXology Originals

At the ComiXology event at San Diego Comic-Con Wednesday, the digital comics publisher announced another original series, this one from writer Chip Zdarsky and artist Jason Loo, along with Paris Alleyne, Aditya Bidikar, and Allison O’Toole. Called Afterlift, the book is described as about “a ride share from hell.” Bleeding Cool Editor-in-Chief Kaitlyn Booth is […]

Adora and the Distance, a New ComiXology Original From Marc Bernadin and Ariela Kristantina

Adora and the Distance, a New ComiXology Original From Marc Bernadin and Ariela Kristantina

ComiXology is holding their opening event at San Diego Comic-Con right now, and they’ve just announced a new ComiXology Original from writer Marc Bernadin and artist Ariela Kristantina, with colors by Jessica Kholinne and letters by Bernardo Brice. Called Adora and the Distance, the fantasy comic is inspired by Bernadin’s own daughter, who is autistic. […]

Free Pins and Posters From ComiXology at San Diego Comic-Con 2019

ComiXology, the digital comics publisher/distributor have a limited edition print run collections of a number of their usually-digital-exclusive comics, as well as free pins for 2019 as well. The ComiXology Originals 2019 Pin Set featuring five enamel pins that spotlight Durn from Stone Star, the “odd goat” from Delver, Bear from The Pride, the comiXology Originals logo, […]

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David Steinberger of ComiXology Joins CBLDF Board of Directors

ComiXology co-founder and CEO David Steinberger has been added to the board of directors of the retailer and publisher free speech activist group, The Comic Book Legal Defense Fund. “The CBLDF serves an essential function in the world of comics, manga, and graphic novels,” Steinberger said in a statement. “As a member of this community, I’m […]

Elephantmen Is Consistently Good, and the Pentalion Arc is No Different

Elephantmen Is Consistently Amazing, and the Pentalion Arc is No Different

Elephantmen 2261 Season 2: The Pentalion Job #1 joins the ranks of Richard Starking’s epic creation, touching on everything from war to social issues, and sits well in the hybrid-beast lineup.  A series which originally began in 2006, the Elephantmen are the children of war; Africa’s super soldiers created by impregnating human women with animal […]

Jim Zub and Max Dunbar Kirkman-Drop New Comic Stone Star on ComiXology

In a shocking move Wednesday, digital comics purveyor ComiXology surprise-released a hitherto-unannounced new digital comic book series called Stone Star by writer Jim Zub and artist Max Dunbar, available EX-X-XCLUSIVELY on ComiXology and the various digital comics platforms of its parent company, Amazon. The series is about a gladiatorial arena on an asteroid, starring a […]

Have a Snow Day with the Elephantmen Holiday Special!

“Keep it fun” appears to be the driving force behind the Elephantmen 2261 Holiday Special, a light and fluffy comic confection from Comixology Originals. The special issue is split between two stories, each with a small wrap-around narrative. In the first, Vanity Case is reflecting on the loss of her parents, and gets herself caught […]

ComiXology Goes All in on Goliath Girls with Special Edition, Sam Humphries Sale

If there’s one thing we could say is wrong with comics today, it’s probably that there isn’t enough celebration of Sam Humphries. That’s all set to change this week with the release of Humphries and artist Alti Firmansyah’s Goliath Girls #2, debuting on comiXology and Amazon prime in English and Japanese on Wednesday. In addition […]


Magical Girls-Gone-Bad in Fair Trade, a ComiXology Original by Tini Howard and Eryk Donovan

Weeks after making waves with their print-on-demand service at the Small Press Expo, Amazon has announced the latest title in its quest to utterly dominate all aspects of the comic book industry, crushing all competition, from distribution to printing to publishing to signing contracts for lucrative movie and television adaptation rights. From the creative team of […]

ComiXology Slashes (and Burns) Prices for Wolverine: Greatest Cuts Sale

Next week, Wolverine is back, and his claws are hotter than a James Brown Celebrity Hot Tub party! In celebration of this momentous occasion, ComiXology is running a sale on Wolverine comics for its Wolverine: Greatest Cuts sale. Here’s some books you may want to consider picking up to get ready for the stabby Cannuck’s […]

ComiXology to Give Away Free Print-on-Demand Copies of ‘Hit Reblog’ at Small Press Expo

Earlier this year, ComiXology announced a line of exclusive comics by all-star creators, available digitally on ComiXology’s platform, but also available exclusively in print-on-demand version from parent-company Amazon. It’s too early to tell how successful Amazon’s foray into becoming a comic book publisher will be, but it’s hard not to view it as testing the […]

West Coast Avengers #1 cover by Stefano Caselli

Comixology Bestseller List, 31st August 2018: Marvel Exterminates DC’s Fifth Week

Matthew Snyder writes: Welcome to the Comixology Bestseller list, your guide to see how well your favorite titles are selling digitally. Every week I’ll post the ranking of every new title, plus a ranking of the best-selling volumes and graphic novels. As always, I hope you find it interesting and informative. Well, it’s a fifth […]