Thrillbent logoNot content with just producing some of the world’s best cutting edge digital comics, today Mark Waid and John Rogers’ Thrillbent have announced that award-winning writer/artist Terry Moore, will be bringing his long-running masterpiece Strangers In Paradise to the site beginning Friday, July 3.

Dark Horse app iconFor years Dark Horse Comics were the largest major comics publisher not to have teamed up with digital comics giant, comiXology/ But after today that is all set to change as Dark Horse Comics and ComiXology have announced a huge digital distribution agreement for their roster of more than 800 titles including HellboySin CityBuffy the Vampire SlayerAvatar: The Last AirbenderThe Goon, & more!

ComiXology Comics iconOne of the great things about the digital comics community is recommending cool stuff to people and sharing the amazing titles which people are reading and enjoying. Well comiXology, the digital comics giant, have made that process not only easier, but financially rewarding too, thanks to their new comiXology Refer-A-Friend program, which means you can make money from digital comics just by spreading the word about them!

Robotworld on ScrollonScrollon, the innovative sideways scrolling digital comics app from filmmaker Doug Lefler has revealed an exciting new series from respected storyboard artist Mark Moretti. “Mission: Abort”, is the first chapter of Moretti’s new series Robotworld and is available now on the Scrollon app and we’ve got a fantastic first look!

Top digital comic creators from both sides of the Atlantic are set to form part of this year’s Lakes International Comic Art Festival line-up, at Kendall in the United Kingdom this October thanks to support from SEQUENTIAL the digital graphic novel app.

There are few better combinations in comics that Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips the creative team behind modern noir classics like Fatale, Sleeper and Criminal. So it is with some considerable excitement that today we learn that Brubaker and Philips have signed an unprecedented deal with Image Comics – a five year deal to do anything they want with total freedom, total control, and total ownership over their projects. Quite frankly these guys could publish their laundry lists and we would buy it, so consider us excited!

Superstar writer Mark Millar is not just a shock merchant with books like Kick Ass, he can turn his hand to almost any genre from superheroes to spies, and he’s about to prove that point with his new series Starlight arriving from Image Comics in March. Mark Millar’s Starlight with art from Goran Parlov  is a swashbuckling pulp-style space adventure that couldn’t be further from the gritty world of Kick Ass or Wanted, but we’re sure will contain all of Millar’s trademark originality!