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In a week when Mark Waid's Thrillbent.com launch was on everyone's minds, Valiant went digital-exclusive with comiXology, Panelfly got an overhaul and 215 Ink plans to give away tablets if you buy its comics.
This week, Archie gets a web store, iVerse launches a library service and Viz spins off its digital division, while Mark Waid gets ready to change the world - and Scott Kurtz warns webcomics creators to pay attention.
In the past week, Mark Waid unleashed Thrillbent details, DC Comics announced two more digital-first series, Bill Amend self-publishes digital "Foxtrot" collections and more!
Marvel launches its own web store, About Comics abandons print for digital, Dark Horse expands its digital library and two pundits have opposite predictions for the future of print comics.
This week, Marvel goes same day digital with (almost) its entire line, Mark Waid debates digital pricing, David Lloyd debuts a new graphic novel through iTunes and more!
This week,, Brigid looks at Marvel's new Infinite Canvas, the comparison between DC's print and digital quality, Amazon pulling manga from the Kindle and free digital "Walking Dead" for WonderCon attendees.
ComiXology ruled the digital comics news this past week, announcing the long-anticipated arrival of Jonathan Hickman's catalog of creator-owned titles while passing the 50 million comics downloaded mark.
Apple finally adds a dedicated Comics and Graphic Novels section to iTunes, online manha site JManga goes region-free - for the most part - and "Zombies Eat Republicans" travels a different digital path.
This week, Mark Waid posted an essay on his view of digital comics, along with a sampling of his foray into the medium, Jim Zub discusses the success of reprinting "Skullkickers" online for free and more.
Brian Hibbs returns from ComicsPRO with interesting notes on publishers' views on digital comics, Archie sells direct through its Facebook page, ROBOT 6 debuts art from Dark Horse's latest digital-only series and more.
Brigid Alverson breaks down the week in news, from the return of "Smallville" as a digital-first series to the estimated growth in digital comic sales in 2011 to a major creator's changing view on online piracy.
Terry Moore takes "Strangers in Paradise" digital, Viz launches two potentially game-changing manga initiatives and "Pearls Before Swine" creator Alan Gardner redefines digital strip collections.
Geoff Johns weighs in on how digital is changing the way comics are read, two new digital comics launch with bi-weekly release schedules, a publisher develops a unique digital/print bundle and more.
This week, comiXology and iVerse's storefronts get makeovers and offer big sales, "Cut the Rope" and Stan Lee come to digital comics and Digital Manga offers free "Vampire Hunter D."
Mark Millar warns that same-day digital releases could hurt the comics market, Pocket God soars in digital but sags in print and Dark Horse jumps on the simultaneous-release bandwagon.