The bulk of the conversation about digital comics, both here and elsewhere, have largely revolved around the Big Two of Marvel and DC Comics, other mainstream publishers, and indie comics, in that order. Mostly absent f
Digital December isn't just about interviewing publishers and creators. It's about increasing the amount of information that we, as consumers, have access to regarding digital comics. This means both the marketing plans of the companies involved in digital books and how they are approaching that material from a non-sales point of view. One
Marvel stands alongside DC as being one of the biggest publishers in the comics business, and shifting that weight can sometimes take time. Marvel's pushed forward with a number of day and date titles, such as Ultimate Comics Thor and Ultimate Comics Captain America, but has stepped backward, from our point of view, with high prices for those books and the Marvel Vault. We spoke to David Gabriel, Senior Vi
Last week, renowned comic book writer and editor Mark Waid announced that he was leaving his position as Chief Creative Officer at Boom! Studios to focus not only on his freelance work as a comic book writer, but particularly on digital comics and experiments within the space of digital distribution. Long an outspoken supporter of digital comics -- often to controversial effect -- Waid talked with ComicsAlliance edi
Digital December rolls on today to DC Comics, where today's interview is with Hank Kanalz, Senior Vice President, Digital for DC Entertainment. Prior to that, Kanalz was the Vice President and General Manager of WildStorm. We asked DC the same questions w
Boom! Studios has kicked their entire operation up a notch over the past few years. Mark Waid's Incorruptible and Irredeemable are critical darlings, their Disney books have captured an audience that a lot of mainstream comics cannot, and they've even revived well-loved franchises like the Muppets and Darkwing Duck to great effect. They've also bee
Digital December rolls on! Next up is IDW Publishing, which has spent the past two years gunning for the position of third place publisher in the Direct Market. And it has done quite an impressive job doing so, thanks to its strong licensed content, a series of handsome archive editions of classic comics, and a robust digital library with a mix of books featuring high profile licensed properties like Transformers and creator-driven titles like J. Scott Campbell'
We've spent a lot of time writing about digital comics here on ComicsAlliance. As far as developments in comics go, it has the potential to be one of the biggest. To cap off a year full of interesting and possibly fantastic developments, we reached out to some major figures in the world of digital comics for a little something we're calling Digital December