We’re obviously very pro-digital comics at ComicsAlliance, but no one actually believes that digital comics will destroy print comics. What’s more likely is that the two would exist in a mutually beneficial relationship. Maybe some monthly comics will turn a profit digitally and end up in deluxe trades down the line. Maybe digital comics will provide an easy way to enhance printed stories. Right now, we don’t know. We can guess, but most of all, we can hope.
I appreciate this isnâ€™t exactly hot-off-the-presses as the device is 8 months old, but this weekend for the first time, while visiting a friend, I had the opportunity to spend some quality time with his iPad and also the opportunity to talk to him about his experiences and opinions particularly about comic-reading on the device.
Some thoughts on two of this weeks comics from Zenescope Entertainment – Grimm Tales Of Terror and a new Robyn Hood series Grimm Tales Of Terror Vol.4 #12 Ouija Board: The veil between our world and […]
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 […]