Here is the New Comic Release list for comics that landed on comiXology on April 8, 2020.
The first Wednesday without new paper comics has come and gone, and the Coronavirus is still rocking the industry! Could we have seen the last of Diamond Comics Distributors?
Batman: The Adventures Continue #1 from DC Comics kicks off this book, a return to the universe created by Bruce Timm, Paul Dini, Alan Burnett, and many others! Their adaptation of the Dark Knight is considered a classic, so will this series be worthy of the legend?
As we shared earlier, the comiXology Originals Afterlift from Chip Zdarksy and Jason Loo is available today on the digital comic service.
Here is the New Comic Release list for comics that landed on comiXology on April 1, 2020.
ComiXOlogy Originals continue to roll out this week, and we have a sneak peek of Forgotten Home #6.
Archie Comics has released a sneak peek of Josie & The Pussycats #5, a ComiXology Original that arrives on your digital device on Wednesday.
ComiXology sent Major Spoilers this sneak peek of Quarter Killers #4 a digital only release that arrives this week.
Fame and fortune comes turmoil as internal conflicts are threatening to tear the hottest band in outer space. Take the jump for a sneak peek at Josie & The Pussycats in Space #4 – a comiXology Originals series!
ComiXology announces In the Flood, a mesmerizing and experimental original graphic novel written and illustrated by Eisner Award nominee, Ray Fawkes.
ComiXology and Stout Club Entertainment – the powerhouse creative group composed of comic book creators Rafael Albuquerque, Eduardo Medeiros, Mateus Santolouco, and Rafael Scavone – announced a multi-book deal for four new comic book series to debut exclusively through the comiXology Originals program.
This week, The Black Ghost #3 lands on ComiXology Originals this week, and we have a sneak peek of the issue from series co-writer, Alex Segura.
ComiXology announces the original graphic novel Liebestrasse, an unforgettable LGBTQ love story set in Germany during the 1930’s.