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comixologyDigital ComicsPress Release

Press Release ComiXology has taken another step in its global expansion today with the debut of their latest Android and Kindle Fire app upgrades, enabling fans across the globe to navigate the comiXology mobile platform in French. French language navigation is now present on comiXology’s Android, Kindle Fire and iOS apps, with all these mobile apps now supporting Euro currency purchasing.

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ArchaiacomixologyDigital ComicsPress Release

Press Release Award-winning graphic novel publisher Archaia Entertainment and free-to-play video game publisher Meteor Entertainment have teamed up with comiXology to debut four, free exclusive digital preview issues of HAWKEN: GENESIS, a hardcover graphic novel based on the highly anticipated online video game, HAWKEN! Today marks the release of the first exclusive preview throughout comiXology’s revolutionary digital comics platform available across iPhone, iPad, Android, Kindle Fire, and the Web. This exclusive digital preview includes a special access code for HAWKEN’s third closed beta event, happening November 20th – December 6th 2012. Adhesive and Meteor have been so thankful for the

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Devil's Due PublishingDigital ComicsPress Release

Press Release Devil’s Due Digital, Inc. announced the launch of over 130 digital, full-color graphic novels ahead of the worldwide release of the Amazon Kindle Fire–presently, the most of any comic book company on the Kindle multi-device platforms. These titles are available in the Kindle Marketplace on all Kindle devices, the iPad and Android apps, the Kindle Cloud Reader in your web browser, and many other mobile devices.

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DCDigital Comics

DC Comics has announced that it will be releasing digital graphic novels exclusively on the Kindle Fire.  Titles like Watchmen, Batman: Arkham City, and Superman: Earth One will be available only on the new digital device, which seems like a giant F.U. to Apple and the iPad. While it is good for companies like DC are offering their content on a variety of digital devices, going exclusive with certain content can be a detriment in the long run.  Of course by going with Amazon and the Kindle Fire, it also means that DC keeps more of the profit and doesn’t

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