Plenty of classic Marvel Material to sift through and we really shouldn’t forget that Snyder wrote American Vampire.
A hit movie + related comics on sale = transactions. That doesn’t always work, but it did this week.
All hype aside, this really is a great comic.
While the lack of transparency has caused some confusion, a lot of the current Marvel discount situation is fairly standard operating procedure for Amazon, so let’s walk through what’s probably going on.
Titles like The Vision may have sold 9K+ during the 99 cent digital sale and that probably 4x sales multiplier on MOKF? Must read numbers as we start our postmortem on what’s happening.
Marvel and DC are once more making digital announcements at Comic-Con. Marvel with a bit of gusto, DC more like NBC-era Paul Schaffer saying “Gee Dave, I don’t know if this is such a good idea.” We should probably talk about all this and the paths being taken. The bigger announcement being Marvel getting even […]
With a very different use of digital than we’ve been talking about lately, Marvel’s going to try and drive some more foot traffic to retailers with some targeted advertising. The press release is a bit on the “buzzword bingo” side of the English language, so allow me to attempt a translation. The gist of it is […]
Digital comics downsizing has continued as Scribd has dropped out of the game. PW has a succinct write up on the end of Scribd’s digital comics subscription service. The service launched in 2015 as part of Scribd’s $8.99 a month streaming ebook business that included Marvel, IDW, Top Shelf, Zenescope, Dynamite and Valiant. The reason […]
By Bruce Lidl The digital comics landscape has settled down significantly in recent months. Since Amazon’s acquisition of ComiXology in April 2014, it has become essentially the de facto standard for digital comics and now distributes just about every publisher around. Unless a real industry-wide Netflix-type subscription model ever takes off, it is hard to see […]
By David Nieves Today during DC’s “Download This!” panel new books were announced that will expand the publisher’s digital comics universe. Wonder Woman 77 will be written Marc Andreyko with cover art contributed by Nicola Scott. No story details or interior artist were mentioned, but the comic will debut as a six-part weekly series in December […]