BOOM! Studios has just announced that comic book fans can now have another outlet to obtain their digital comics from the company.  MyDigitalComics (www.mydigitalcomics.com) will now offer BOOM! Studios’ comics online for Mac or PC readers.

MyDigitalComics launches its partnership with BOOM! today with some of BOOM!’s most recent top-selling comics, such as 28 DAYS LATER, DIE HARD, the Eisner Award-nominated graphic translation of Philip K. Dick’s DO ANDROIDS DREAM OF ELECTRIC SHEEP?, as well as BOOM!’s bestselling original Mark Waid penned Eisner and Harvey Award-nominated IRREDEEMABLE, companion series INCORRUPTIBLE, and supernatural thriller THE UNKNOWN among a host of others.

“BOOM! Studios is always looking to further our commitment to getting our comics and graphic novels into the hands of fans everywhere ,” said BOOM! Studios Marketing Director Chip Mosher in a prepared statment. “This new agreement with MyDigitalComics only shows how strong the commitment to our fans is. BOOM! Studios publishes some of the most diverse comics out there, and the addition of MyDigitalComics shows that we have the most diverse options for new and old fans alike to experience our comics digitally.”

Like BOOM’s other digital initiatives, the comics offered through MyDigitalComics will be priced at $1.99, and the company plans to release its entire back issue catalog through the service as well.

via BOOM! Studios

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