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Drawn & Quarterly Joins comiXology’s Digital Library

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Drawn & Quarterly Joins comiXology’s Digital Library

Montreal-based independent publisher Drawn & Quarterly makes its debut today on comiXology and the Amazon Kindle Store with digital editions of works by the likes of Lynda Barry, Gilbert Hernandez, Rutu Modan, Anders Nilsen, Guy Delisle and Tom Gauld.

“It is fitting that on our 25th anniversary, D+Q moves forward with our list digitally with comiXology and the Kindle Store,” Publisher Peggy Burns said in a statement, “ComiXology won us over with their understanding of not just the comics industry, but the medium itself. Their team understands just how carefully we consider the life of our books. They made us feel perfectly at ease and we look forward to a long relationship.”

This morning’s announcement follows the recent additions of Kodansha Comics and Viz Media’s “Weekly Shonen Jump” to comiXology’s digital platforms.

The following Drawn & Quarterly books will be available today on comiXology and the Amazon Kindle Store: “Woman Rebel: The Margaret Sanger Story” by Peter Bagge; “The Freddie Stories” and “One! Hundred! Demons!” by Lynda Berry; “Ed the Happy Clown,” “I Never Liked You” and “The Playboy” by Chester Brown; “Jerusalem: Chronicles from the Holy City” and “A User’s Guide to Neglectful Parenting” by Guy Delisle; “Goliath” and “You’re All Just Jealous of My Jetpack” by Tom Gauld; “Marble Season” by Gilbert Hernandez; “Letting It Go” by Miriam Katin; “Exit Wounds,” “Jamilti and Other Stories” and “The Property” by Rutu Modan; “Big Questions,” “Dogs and Water” and “Don’t Go Where I Can’t Follow” by Anders Nilsen; and “Daybreak” by Brian Ralph.

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