May 15th, 2013

Nook ios
Nook has updated its iOS apps to include support for Nook Comics, including Zoom View. This feature allows readers to automatically focus in on individual panels in graphic novels and comics, to better...

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April 17th, 2013

mylo-xyloto-ibooks
Coldplay? There are comic iBooks for them, as of today. The band have announced the digital release of their official Mylo Xyloto comics as an exclusive on Apple's iBookstore. Three issues are available,...

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April 11th, 2013

saga
It seems Apple wasn't playing the censor in the case – reported yesterday – of a digital issue of the SAGA comic which included images of gay sex. Digital comics store/app ComiXology has spoken...

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April 10th, 2013

saga
Apple is facing another censorship row over its stewardship of the App Store – this time involving the latest digital edition of a comic called SAGA. Author Brian K. Vaughan has blogged about the...

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April 9th, 2013

Narr8
Narr8, a publisher of motion comics, interactive stories and articles on tablets, has launched its digital publishing app on the Amazon Kindle Fire. “As one of the leading e-book reading devices, we...

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April 3rd, 2013

Madefire
Madefire has agreed a deal with online art community DeviantArt to make its publishing tool available to the site’s users. The DeviantArt site now has a dedicated Motion section, where visitors can peruse...

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March 19th, 2013

Comics thing
To become “the iTunes of comic books and graphic novels” is the ambitious goal of a new project on crowdfunding platform IndieGoGo, dubbed Comics Thing. The company has set a goal of $80,000 to create...

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March 8th, 2013

Marvel unlimited
Marvel has launched a new iOS app that brings its Unlimited digital subscription service to iPhone and iPad. The app itself is free, although users must subscribe to Marvel Unlimited for $10 a month /...

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March 7th, 2013

comixology-logo
Digital comics specialist Comixology has opened its Submit platform to all. Submit, which launched in open beta in October 2012, allows independent comic book creators to sell their work, if approved....

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