If you like reading comics digitally like I do, but you are reading your digital comics on a Kindle, you are missing out on one of the best features of the medium – Guided View. Today, Amazon and comiXology have announced Guided View finally comes to Kindle.
I was very impressed with the pilot episode of Amazon’s The Tick. It looks like there were a lot more people who wanted to see The Tick get a series, because it is happening. In addition, those that complained about the costume looking like poo are in for a treat, as Peter Serafinowicz is getting a new costume, too!
We’ve already seen actor Peter Serafinowicz in his Tick costume for the upcoming Tick series on Amazon, and today we get our first look at the pilot in two newly released clips.
As part of Amazon’s comedy pilot season, the fan favorite, The Tick is getting a reboot. The first images of the series are here, and though it looks like The Tick, the absence of Patrick Warburton will be felt.
Amazon has announced that Man in the High Castle will return for a second season.
[Business] Marvel Entertainment renews single issue digital comics agreement with ComiXology and expands to Amazon
Press Release Marvel, comiXology and Amazon announced today an expanded and renewed exclusive relationship to distribute and sell Marvels digital comic books across the comiXology, Amazon and Marvel Comics platforms. This newly expanded relationship will continue Marvels single issue digital comic books exclusive on comiXologys worldwide platform and also expand the exclusive deal to the vast universe of the Amazon Kindle readers for the first time in history.
There are more than a few people concerned about the pending Amazon/ComiXology deal announced yesterday (and speculated on for the last several months), but a posted letter from comiXology CEO and co-founder David Steinberger may put those fears aside.
Press Release Valiant is proud to announce that UNITY –Valiant Universe’s landmark super-team – is coming to Amazon Publishing’s Kindle Worlds, the first commercial publishing platform that enables any writer to write stories based on a range of original works and characters and earn royalties for doing so.
Press Release Amazon Publishing today announced the launch of Jet City Comics, a new imprint focused on comics and graphic novels. Jet City launches with new comics from George R.R. Martin, Hugh Howey, and Neal Stephenson, starting with today’s publication of “Symposium #1,” the first original Foreworld comic from the series created by Neal Stephenson, Greg Bear, Mark Teppo, Nicole Galland, Erik Bear, Joseph Brassey and Cooper Moo. Original adaptations of George R.R. Martin’s short story, “Meathouse Man,” and Hugh Howey’s best-selling science fiction novel, Wool, will follow in October. Jet City issues will publish on Kindle as standalone comics,