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A pair of webcomics from a Newsarama alum are pushing along with new art teams. We catch up with the lot of them.
Deadpool is getting an all-new all-digital series, and writer Gerry Duggan and artist Reilly Brown spill the details.
Want to know how to be a future self-publisher online? ComiXology has the newest, easiest way to do it, and we have it straight from the source.
Jeff Smith is going back to his Bone-style storytelling with a new series - and it's free, and online.
Ryan Browne made a comic in 24 hours, and now several steps later it's coming out from Image Comics - he tells us how here.
SEAGUY and Batman artist turns into auteur as he digs into David Lynch-style personal story where dreams meet reality.
Justice League Beyond is moving forward for a new 2.0 relaunch, following Batman Beyond's jump.
The company that brings you Conan introduces a “Sabertoothed Sword Swinging Tiger-Man” and a “Malevolent Mastodon Mathematician.”
You can now have your full pull-list digitally in comiXology with new subscriptions, plus another additional feature.
Charles Soule and Dennis Calero unite to portray a Riddler that is a 'smart, master planner' in the digital-first series Legends of the Dark Knight.
DC Comics co-publisher and artist Jim Lee has his eye on the digital future of the company, but he's not leaving print in the dust.
A brand-new style of digital comics is here with a new app that presents comics a whole new (ancient) way.
A new digital-first series is joining the ranks of 'Arrow' and 'Smallville' but based on a much older series, the 1966 BATMAN!
Brian K. Vaughan and Marcos Martin have a brand-new comic book maxiseries out, but it's only online and pay-what-you-want.
Groot, Rocket Raccoon, Drax, and Gamora each get solo digital-only spotlights starting today in GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY: INFINITE
It's time to take a TRIP FANTASTIC with our latest Wide World of Webcomics column!
It's one of those titles that says everything and nothing at all in our latest Wide World of Webcomics.
Kyle Baker has taken some of his classic works to the internet for free and we have a handy guide to what you can find.