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C2E2: DC to Debut New Original Digital Comics

Written by Royal Nonesuch on Friday, April 13 2012 and posted in News with Benefits
C2E2: DC to Debut New Original Digital Comics

Onward, into the digital age with DC Comics!



USA Today has reported that DC Comics is rolling out a new slate of digital titles available on the DC Comics app, as well as the Comixology app.  Quoth Brian Truitt at USA Today:
The publisher's digital line ramps up its original content beginning today with the debut of Smallville: Season 11, a weekly continuation every Friday of the long-running TV series based on the Superman mythos penned by show writer Bryan Q. Miller.Next month sees the launch of Ame-Comi Girls, a weekly series available on Mondays based on DC's product line featuring Japanese manga-style versions of Wonder Woman and other superheroines written by Jimmy Palmiotti and Justin Gray.And on Thursdays beginning in June, a new digital Batman series will showcase stories of the Dark Knight outside of regular DC Comics continuity and feature artists and writers such as Ben Templesmith, Steve Niles, B. Clay Moore, Nicola Scott and Joshua Hale Fialkov. One all-star issue teams writer — and Lost co-creator —Damon Lindelof with artist Jeff Lemire (Animal Man, Sweet Tooth).These three titles will join the DC's futuristic Beyond series on Wednesdays (alternating between Justice League Beyond, Batman Beyond and Superman Beyond) and Batman: Arkham Unhinged, based on the world of the popular Arkham City video game, on Thursdays for DC's biggest and most innovative push since the launch of its digital comics line in 2010.

The article goes on to tout the importance of digital comics in the modern day marketplace as well as gives out a few details of the Smallville series by Miller.

Smallville Season 11

Ame-Comi Girls

Batman


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Source: Batman, 'Smallville' lead DC Comics' Digital Charge
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