ComiXology and Marvel have just expanded their digital comics relationship in a very big way. Beginning today Marvel Comics fans will have access to over 3,500 digital Marvel titles via comiXology’s Web Store, now one of the largest Marvel Comics libraries online! Read More...

The legendary Stan Lee has returned to the direct comic book market with three new series for BOOM! Studios and comiXology is letting digital copies go at half-off!

If you haven’t read Starborn, The Traveler or Soldier Zero now is a great time to jump in on the action. comiXology and BOOM! are having a 3-Day Stan Lee & BOOM! Studios sale where you will find Starborn #1-5, The Traveler #1-8 and Soldier Zero #1-9 available for just $.99 per issue. The sale began today, but you’ll need to hurry -- it ends on August 11th at 11pm.

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When a bright ball of light flashes across Earth everyone in utero is changed forever. Years later children begin to realize they have been living with incredible abilities, but how is the rest of the world going to respond? What will happen to these amazing kids?

Well, if you want to find out you should probably head over to ComiXology and check out Rising Stars. Coming to us from comic book legend J. Michael Straczynski the series has become a modern classic, worthy of any digital comics collection and the first 13 issues are available right now for $.99! Read More...

The mother of all warriors is in over her head when she takes the throne of her homeland! Written by Joshua Ortega with art by Mel Rubi, Dynamite's Queen Sonja takes the She-Devil in a brand new direction full of intrigue and power, and comiXology is having a 3-Day Half-Off sale right now!

All Queen Sonja books available through comiXology will only cost 99 cents beginning today, July 26th. However, you’ll need to hurry up if you want in on the deal -- it ends Thursday, July 28th at 11pm EST, just as quick as it started. Read More...

The Smurfs animated series spurred Smurf-mania, tossing the lovable blue characters on everything from bed sheets to breakfast cereals, but the cartoon isn’t where they got their start. The Smurfs were in fact comic book characters long before they hit the small screen in 1981. Now Papercutz and comiXology are teaming up to remind us of their roots.

In celebration of the upcoming feature film (hitting theaters July 29th) the original Smurfs comics will be available through a dedicated comiXology app for iOS, available today. At launch the app will contain seven volumes of Smurftastic adventures -- over 450 pages! Read More...

Archaia Comics jumped in the sack with comiXology a few weeks ago and kicked things off with a nice sale. Now, the publisher behind awesome titles such as Mouse Guard has added 14 new series’ to their digital line-up on comiXology (listed in the image above) and they‘re not done yet. Read More...

In collaboration with multiple award-winning creator, Jeff Smith, comiXology has created a dedicated app for critically acclaimed series, Bone! The new app will be available on iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch beginning today.

For those of you not familiar with the series; Bone follows the humorous misadventures of the Bone cousins -- Fone Bone, Phony Bone and Smiley Bone -- who leave Boneville and embark on a Tolkienesque journey of royalty, dragons and unspeakable evil. Read More...

DC Comics and comiXology are having a HUGE Wonder Woman 101 sale this weekend. Everything from her early appearances to recent outings with the JLA will be going on sale Saturday, June 25th for $.99. If you’ve been looking for way to familiarize yourself with the Amazon Princess this is a great way to do it. We have a full list of the books going on sale after the break, check it out. Read More...

IDW Publishing and comiXology are teaming up to bring over 200 Transformers comics to the Comics by comiXology app for Android and the Web. Everything from classic 80’s books to Transformers: Dark of the Moon movie prequels will be available beginning tomorrow - Thursday, June 23rd! Read More...

Comics by comiXology first arrived on the Android Market about six months ago and the app has already seen 1 million downloads!

“One million downloads is a great start for our Android application, and we believe it's a strong validation of the marketplace,” said David Steinberger, CEO of comiXology. “We look forward to extending our leadership in digital comics and will continue working on providing our customers the best comic book reading experience possible.” Read More...

Word came from Digital Manga Publishing on Wednesday that they are putting Hideyuki Kikuchi's Vampire Hunter D on comiXology's digital storefront.

True to its name, Digital has always been a pioneer in digital manga, and Vampire Hunter D was actually one of the first manga to be available on iOS.

Back in the early days (what, two years ago?), Vampire Hunter D was released as single-issue apps for the iPhone/iPod Touch. Digital already offers it via the Kindle and a number of other digital alternatives, but putting it on comiXology does brings the book to a wider audience of dedicated comics readers, something that will happen more easily there than on Amazon, because comiXology is specifically pitched to comics readers. Most of Digital's line is yaoi manga, with a handful of shoujo and shonen titles, but Vampire Hunter D has strong crossover appeal for American comics readers, so this is a good choice for them.

On the flip side, this also increases the amount of manga available on comiXology. At the moment, the only other mainstream manga title they have is Hetalia: Axis Powers, which was published by Tokyopop. Like Vampire Hunter D, it is a series with a strong fan base, although it probably has less appeal for the Wednesday crowd. Read More...

Just last week Archaia Comics jumped on with comiXology and this week another well-known indie publisher is jumping into the digital game with them. Aspen Comics, the team behind titles like Fathom and Soulfire, have just announced they’ll be bringing their impressive catalog of comics to comiXology’s digital storefront! More details and a full list of launch titles after the break! Read More...

What do you get when you mix the creative talents behind such properties as Invader Zim, Avatar: The Last Airbender, Disney's Haunted Mansion, and the cult gothic comic Sullengrey -- plus a hearty helping of Cthulhu mythos?

You can find out now by reading the first nine pages of Aaron Alexovich's and Drew Rausch's Zuda-winning digital comic Eldritch! -- download a PDF of it here for free!

"ANYA SOBCZEK is a snarling science major with an arm full of Darwin tattoos. Her brother OWEN is a sensitive young thing in a coven of teenage occultists. The Sobczek sibs have always been brutally competitive, but now that Owen’s blood has started BUBBLING with ancient tentacled abominations, their rivalry’s about to enter a vast new dimension of cosmic terror…"

Then, starting June 15th, 2011, Eldritch! will be released in six 24-page installments every sixth week to every digital device known to God, Man, and Shoggoth alike, including your desktop, iPad/iPod/iPhone, Android, Nook, Kindle, and eNecronomicon (pending). You'll be able to get it at comixology and Graphic.ly, and the issues will be priced at a reasonable $0.99 each. Read More...

Archaia Entertainment’s CEO PJ Bickett announced today that they will be joining comiXology’s digital ranks with the debut of Days Missing on May 18th! Days Missing reveals The Steward as an all powerful being that has shaped the course of human history to his liking. He has used his powers of time and intellect to literally remove days from the pages from our past -- those stories are finally being revealed. Read More...

Japan Needs Heroes is a comic book started by Red Giant Entertainment as a way to raise money for Japan. A plethora of industry legends, including Stan Lee, have signed to provide uplifting stories for the book and all profits will go to the Japan Society who has set up a disaster relief fund to help the many victims.

In a wonderful show of support ComiXology has agreed to provide digital distribution to those who buy the print version of the book and people who donate as much as $5 so we can read it on our Apple or Android device.

“It was always part of the plan to allow as many people as possible to have a digital version of the book,” said Benny R. Powell, CEO of RGE. “We quickly realized, however, that as this project began picking up steam, we weren't equipped to try to deal with delivering the electronic versions by ourselves. We needed help.” Read More...

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