Innovative publisher 215 Ink, who previously sold an Android tablet containing its entire back catalogue, is doing something similar for this year’s Boston Comic Con, with several exclusives.
This April, 215 Ink will be releasing Golgotha, a graphic novel exploring “the mythical beginnings and ominous present of H.P. Lovecraft’s hometown of Providence, Rhode Island.”
Publisher 215 Ink will now be making its titles available via digital comics platform comiXology.
Comic book anthologies are nothing new, particularly in the digital era, but few are as tomesome as 215 Ink’s Ignition Volume 1. This collection of “shorts from over 80 of the industry’s newest and most innovative creators” comes in at a whopping 300 pages. Presumably each effort will be around 3-5 pages in length. While […]
Jeff McComsey, creator of the New York Times best-selling anthology, FUBAR: Empire of the Rising Dead, is teaming with fellow FUBAR contributor Jennie Wood to bring us Flutter, Volume One: Hell Can Wait, a 110-page, full color graphic novel.
Indie publisher 215 Ink seems to be executing some long-planned clusterfuck on the comic industry this year, with a spate of new releases both physical and digital coming out in September.