DC Entertainment just announced that the Zuda Comics website is shutting down today, and will be moving content to the ComiXology and PlayStation Network.  Last week, when DC unveiled its iTunes App (for the iPad and iPhone/iPod Touch), the first 20 pages of Jeremy Love’s Bayou was released for free.  DC will continue to release first issues from Zuda for free, with other issues following at 99-cents each.

Upcoming Zuda titles for the PSP and ComiXology app include John Zito and Tony Trov’s Black Cherry Bombshells, Dan Govar’s Azure, Andy Belanger’s Bottle of Awesome, Sheldon Vella’s Supertron, and Adam Atherton’s Lily of the Valley.

David Gallaher (Box 13) and Steve Ellis’ High Moon landed in the New Releases category last night.

via DC Comics

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1 Comment

  1. Frank
    July 1, 2010 at 1:40 pm — Reply

    I am not really surprised. They lost my interest after they shut down their monthly contest. I am really glad that comics such as Bayou, Night Owls and High Moon were created before Zuda folded.

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