Graphic Novels and Comic Books Come to Android Thanks to Graphic.ly Site

Graphic.ly Comics

Website Graphic.ly (known for comic books and graphic novels) has finally launched its very own Android app, according to Mashable.com. Before this, Android users have had to watch enviously from the sidelines as the company first released apps for web, desktop, iPhone and iPad. Now they finally get their turn as the company’s vast library of 2,000 comics becomes available to the 22 million Android […]

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A SONG OF ICE AND FIRE Comic Book Coming This Spring

| Feb 4 | 1 Comment

Fans of George R. R. Martin’s epic fantasy series A Song of Ice and Fire have a lot to look forward to in the coming months. Not only is HBO developing the Game of Thrones TV series, a comic book is in development as well. Bantam Books, an imprint of Random House, has acquired the comic book and graphic novel rights to the bestselling series. […]

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Read THE OFFICE Comic Book – ‘The Adventures of Jimmy Halpert’

| Dec 14 | 0 Comments

Did you watch The Office last week? It was their annual Christmas episode and there was a really sweet scene where Pam gave Jim a homemade comic book she created for him. The first three pages of “The Adventures of Jimmy Halpert” are now available for download on NBC.com. Pam describes the comic as featuring Jimmy Halpert, a mild-mannered paper salesman, who is bitten by […]

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TRUE BLOOD Comic Book Getting a Second Series

| Dec 10 | 0 Comments

IDW Publishing and HBO recently announced that, due to the success of the True Blood comic books, they will be launching a second series in February 2011. And guess who will be writing this brand new story? None other than True Blood actor Michael McMillian, who plays Fellowship of the Sun leader Reverend Steve Newlin. He will co-author the six-issue arc with fan-favorite author Marc […]

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TRUE BLOOD Graphic Novel Cover Revealed

| Nov 12 | 1 Comment

Entertainment Weekly has the first look at the cover of the True Blood graphic novel, True Blood, Vol. 1: All Together Now. The hardcover will combine the first six issues of the comic book series, and it will be out on February 8, 2011. In addition to the six issues, True Blood, Vol. 1: All Together Now will also contain bonus sketches and a cover […]

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KICK ASS 2 Preview

| Nov 8 | 1 Comment

Today I was checking out a preview to the KICK ASS 2: BALLS TO THE WALL #1 (of 6) comic book. Have ya’ll seen this yet? If not, you can check it out here: Newsarama I think it looks awesome – Mindy looks like she hasn’t slowed down or softened up since the first book. If you’ve had the chance to check either the preview […]

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Dark Horse Comics To Launch New App in January

| Oct 13 | 0 Comments

One of the biggest stories coming out of last week’s New York Comic Con is that Dark Horse Comics plans to launch an extensive digital program in January. With single-issue digital comics priced at $1.49, Dark Horse’s new app is getting a lot of attention. How can they offer such a low price? By creating and managing its own digital publishing program—the Dark Horse Bookshelf […]

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DC Comics, Marvel Drop Prices

| Oct 11 | 0 Comments

Timed to coincide with New York Comic Con, DC Comics has announced the price point for the majority of their titles is dropping from $3.99 to $2.99. The new prices will go into effect in January 2011. Similarly, David Gabriel, Senior VP of Sales & Circulation at Marvel, announced, “Because of some of the digital sales, we’ll be going back to $2.99 for some titles […]

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THE SECRET OF KELLS Adapted Into Digital Graphic Novel

| Oct 8 | 1 Comment

The animated film The Secret of Kells was the underdog in the Best Animated Feature category at the 2010 Academy Awards, as it was up against Pixar and Disney blockbusters like Up and The Princess and the Frog, as well as Coraline and Fantastic Mr. Fox. It may have lost to Up, but it did gain critical acclaim and a whole new audience. Now, GKIDS […]

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Chloe from SMALLVILLE Debuts in SUPERMAN Comic

One of the main issues I’ve had with Smallville is how they’ve taken liberties with the Superman canon established in the comic books. If you’re going to base a TV show on a beloved comic book character, don’t go changing his origin story. Fortunately, it looks like the folks at DC Comics are going to help clean up some of the inconsistencies by bringing a […]

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