If you're still on the fence about paying for digital comics instead of their print counterparts, your local library could soon offer a very free workaround for reading single issue comics and graphic novels. Come
Art: Ulises Farinas has posted Gregory, his 84-page comic "about being depressed and a sock monkey," in full at his official website.
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The reach of digital comics continues to expand, Publisher's Weekly reports, to younger readers via their traditional libraries through a service called OverDrive. Based in Cleveland, OH, OverDrive supplies 11,000 libraries across the world with eBooks, audiobooks, music and films.
Marvel Comics and Tokyopop have already made some of their material available through OverDrive, with Moonstone Books and IDW Publishing to follow suit
Acting on the urging of a coalition of comic book publishers, the FBI has shut down pirate comic book site Htmlcomics.com. Among internet pirate fans, Htmlcomics was especially notorious; the site offered 6,630,021 pages of more than 5,700 scanned comics, which were available for unrestricted reading. The quality of some of the older books such as "Act
Given its main protagonist's affection for all manner of sequential art, Bill Barnes and Gene Ambaum's public library-based webcomic "Unshelved" often dips into the world of contemporary comic culture topics with the kind of snark needed to snap a lot of people out of their preconception funks. After all, reading issues are library issues and few m
A flurry of speculation swept across the Internet this morning as news filtered in that prominent file-sharing site The Pirate Bay had been sold to a Swedish Gaming Company to the tune of $8 million. As of posting time, this news hasn't altered the website's functi