Graphicly have posted a nice blog post, detailing theirÂ achievements and releases in 2011 and what we’ve got to look forward to in 2012:
When I joined Graphicly a little over a year ago, we had two primary audiences:
- customers (those of you who buy, read, and discuss comics), and
- publishers (those of you who create comics).
Each of these are familiar with a subset of our total product offering. And since 2011 saw a large volume of output from our team, I wanted to share a quick overview of what we released in the past yearâ€™s span.
When Graphicly was founded nearly 2 years ago, core to its mission was the widespread availability of great comic content regardless of geography or local inventory. In the time since, weâ€™ve worked diligently with everyone from major publishers (Marvel,Â Image, etc.) to individual creators (Michael Jasper,Â Caryn Tate, etc.) to ensure their content could be found on just about any device available. In roughly the span of 1 year, weâ€™ve grown from supporting less than 100 publishers to now more than 300 publishers (and not just in comics, but in childrenâ€™s books, magazines, traditional books and other visual media). Weâ€™ve also seen significant growth in terms of our readers, especially once we released content on the NOOK and Android devices.
It’s a brilliant read – check it out here