Mike Jasper is proving to be an excellent resource for digital comics information – not only has he given some excellent sales information for In Maps & Legends, but also he has provided some information on formatting comics on the Barnes and Noble Nook. This time round he gives some insight into the creation of comics for the Kindle which came third in his sales figures. Very interesting for me as I got a Kindle for Christmas!
So I figured Iâ€™d cover how we created issues ofÂ IN MAPS & LEGENDS for the Kindle as well. Relax â€” Kindle formatting is WAY easier than Nook formatting. Just wanted to get that outta the way first.
WhileÂ Amazonâ€™s Kindle was the breakthrough ereader in many ways, its biggest drawback for comics creators is that it only displays in black and white. Urgh!
Here are the latest digital comics added to indie comics subscription service Comichaus Gallant and Amos Collected Adventures #1, Legendary Talespinners #2, Purgatori #4, Destiny Aurora #1, The Enlightenment Gun Vol. 3, 2 Kill #1 Read these and 100’s more indie comics […]
Some thoughts on the latest issue of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, plus the latest series from IDW – Dick Tracy: Forever Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #93 “City at War, Part 1.” The battle for control […]
Humble Bundle have a selection of digital comics by Jeff Lemire in their latest sale! Introducing the Humble Comics Bundle: Creator Spotlight Jeff Lemire! Pay what you want for up to $214 worth of comics. […]