ComiXology announced its Comics app at Comic-Con International in San Diego four years ago, back when the iPad was just a rumor. A lot has changed since 2009, and comiXology has evolved quickly to adapt to, and often shape, the changing market of digital comics.
At Comic-Con International 2013, CBR News checked in with CEO David Steinberger to discuss the recent addition of French-language comics and some English-language manga to the app, whether comiXology will ever offer DRM-free downloads (in the same vein as Image Comics’ announcement at Image Expo), and how the company plans to bring children and more new readers into the market.
Out this week from 2000 AD – Sláine: The Horned God – Collector’s Edition There are only a handful of comics that can legitimately lay the claim to being groundbreaking and industry-changing – The Horned God is […]
The concluding parts to some stories here today. Some thoughts on the latest issue of 2000 AD – Prog 2182 UK and DIGITAL: 20 May £2.99 NORTH AMERICA: TBC DIAMOND: MAR202060 COVER: NEIL GOOGE (a) GARY CALDWELL (c) […]