March 16, 2016 New York, NYTitan Comics, comiXology and Amazon announced today an expanded and renewed distribution agreement to sell Titan’s digital comics and collections on the comiXology platform and expand the distribution of Titan’s library to Amazon’s Kindle Store. Titan Comics publishes such fan-favorite titles as Doctor Who, Assassin’s Creed, Tank Girl and more.
Today’s announcement coincides with the launch of Titan’s latest comic series Rivers of London: Night Witch #1 written by Ben Aaronovitch and Andrew Cartmel with art by Lee Sullivan. This debut joins Titan Comics’ entire catalog on comiXology and in the Kindle Store, which include such hits as Doctor Who, Assassin’s Creed, and Deus Ex.
“We’re very happy to continue to offer our incredible library of comics and graphic novels including fan-favorites Doctor Who, Assassin’s Creed and Rivers of London, plus upcoming launches Penny Dreadful, Dark Souls and Sherlock to comiXology and Kindle’s worldwide audience,” said Jo Browne, Digital Marketing Manager. “At Titan we are passionate about producing original and exciting comic stories and we’re sure that comiXology and Kindle comics fans will have a blast reading them.”
“Titan Comics brings the kind of diverse and exciting content that we love to feature on comiXology and share with all our comics fans,” said comiXology’s Senior Director of Communication, Chip Mosher. “From classic action/adventure comic stories to more recent TV, movie, and video game comic tie-ins, Titan’s great titles bring something for everyone to enjoy across comiXology, Kindle and around the world.”
The Kindle Store gives readers access to millions of books on the most popular devices and platforms, including Fire tablets, Kindle e-readers, iOS, Android and more.
With over 75,000 comics, graphic novels and manga from more than 150 publishers, comiXology offers the widest selection of digital comics in the world. ComiXology’s immense catalog and cinematic Guided View reading experience make it the best digital platform for comic fans worldwide.