The truth is that there is a perception that all comic book buyers are straight male readers, and that perception, while somewhat true, doesn’t have to be and really shouldn’t. Here Janelle Asselin talks about what we get, and why we need, a diversity of demographics reading comic books.

So this is a continuation of the general discussion of digital comics. Over at the amazing boingboing.net there was a post of a video featuring Pablo Defendini all about letting digital comics customize themselves to fit whatever your particular screen is. It’s a great video and really starts to hint at what comics can be […]

So a post today about other people’s posts. For whatever reason there has been a lot of news today on the digital comics fronts. First over at Engadget there is a story about the increase in tablet ownership. I find this significant because while I personally do not like reading comics on a computer or […]

Comixology, one of the prominent figures in digital comics distribution, is expanding their reach, so that brick & mortar comics retailers can utilize comixology’s digital comics.  Retailers will be able to add a digital component to their websites that feeds to comixology, allowing traditional local comic shops to take advantage of the digital distribution dollars.  […]

Bleedingcool.com has a taste of what digital distributors like Comixology and Graphicly are subject to when distributing Marvel comics on their digital storefronts. So you’re a digital comics distributor. How do you get to distribute Marvel comics? Well, there are rules. This is a major brand, one of the biggest in comics. You need to […]