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When Dark Horse announced their all-new digital comics initiative at New York Comic-Con, they promised a proprietary store that would neatly side-stepping Apple's App Store, comics priced at $1.49 for single issues and up to $5.99 for collections, simultaneous print and digital releases for certain titles, a library that was view
During their panel at New York Comic-Con, Dark Horse Comics announced that they would be giving another Joss Whedon television show new life in a comic book with "Dollhouse," a "The Guild: Vork" one-shot co-written by Felicia Day, new manga series from the creators of "Hellsing" and "Trigun," and original Dark Horse Comics running on the USA Today website. Check out
Dark Horse Comics is launching a digital comic book application in January, as they announced at their New York Comic Con panel today. The bookshelf application will be made available on the iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch, with an Android app to follow shortly after.
The digital comics will be priced at $1.49, lower than
Not long after "Blacksad" returned to American publication via Dark Horse's collection of the series' first three volumes, select artwork from its fourth installment allegedly began sprouting online. Flash forward to September 1, though, and fans of Juan Diaz Canales and Juanjo Guarnido's anthropomorphic feline detective can pretty easily discern
As part of our recent editorial about the upheaval in the manga industry, ComicsAlliance had a chance to speak with some of the most influential tastemakers working at American manga publishers today, and their answers were so frank and informative that we thought they deserved their own feature. We asked Ed Chavez, Marketing Director for Vertical, Inc, Michael Gombos, Director of As