Publisher weekly has an article online about the future of Digital Comics against the print medium. There are some good facts and figures here, but my personal belief is that the two can work hand-in-hand to increase the general comic readership…
While many other NYCC panels were also markedly focused on digital, discussions remained largely speculative and inconclusive as to which directions the industry will take as it moves towards an inevitable digital future. Some of the more interesting ideas thrown around included Mark Waid ofÂ Boom Studios speculating that all periodical releases will eventually go completely digital andÂ Dark Horse’s Aaron Colterâ€™s musings that an open source solution which allows digital comics file sharing is the best way for publishers to gain new readers. (Both Waid and Colter characterized their statements as personal opinions that in no way reflect the strategies of either Boom or Dark Horse).
Here’s what’s in this years X-Mas special 2000 AD – Prog 2111 UK and DIGITAL: 12th December 2018 £4.99 NORTH AMERICA: 12th January 2018 $9.99 DIAMOND: OCT181871 COVER: JOHN HIGGINS In this issue: Judge Dredd: Jingle All […]
The latest issue of Albert Einstein: Time Mason is out this week. Action Lab have released a preview of issue #3 out in print and digitally! ALBERT EINSTEIN: TIME MASON #3Writer(s): Marcus PerryArtist Name(s): Tony […]
Operation Boom is one of the latest dfigital comics added to digital comics subscription service, Comichaus – check out all the new releases! Operation: BOOM, SurrealsVillle, Masquerade Vol.1, Raise the Dead 2 #4, Super Zombies #2,3,4,5, […]