Magnetic Press Debuts Digital First Series Exclusively Through ComiXology

Indie graphic novel publisher Magntic Press have today debuted their lineup of acclaimed and award-winning graphic novels as serialized chapters on comiXology.

To celebrate this announcement Magnetic Press is launching with the first chapters of their upcoming print graphic novels Naja and Super-Ego. Naja tells the tale of a female assassin who feels no pain in search of the mysterious person who wants her killed and is written by JD Morvan with illustrations by Bengal. Super-Ego is a series created, written & illustrated by newcomer Caio Oliveira, recounting the madcap adventures of a psychotherapist dedicated to treating members of the superhero community.

Follow-up titles will include Zaya, by writer JD Morvan and artist Huang-Jia Wei as well as Meka, also by Morvan and Bengal with additional titles scheduled to debut in the fall.

“While we love books, and pride ourselves on the physical quality of our print presentation, we are even more excited to get these stories into the hands of fans, regardless of their preferred platform or device,” says Mike Kennedy, Publisher at Magnetic Press. “At the end of the day, the stories are what matter, and comiXology’s Guided View technology will add an entirely unique cinematic quality to the reading experience.”

“We’re thrilled to debut these outstanding Magnetic Press series as exclusive digital firsts on comiXology,” said comiXology’s VP Communications & Marketing Chip Mosher. “With our worldwide reach comics fans around the globe will be able to experience Magnetic Press’ budding lineup wherever and whenever they want!”