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.
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