Koyama Press Does Digital!

Posted on Nov 7, 2014 in Blog

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Koyama Press is pleased to announce that we are launching a number of our comics and graphic novels as digital editions via the app SEQUENTIAL. Our first batch of releases includes a number of recent Koyama Press favourites, as well as titles that have been long out-of-print. From cosmic art critiques to despondent, down-on-their-luck cats, we’ve got you covered.

We are celebrating the launch with a super special offer: all of our titles are on sale at SEQUENTIAL from 8-9 November. Check them all out here!

As always, we remain dedicated to making high-quality and highly awesome print books, but we are excited to be working with SEQUENTIAL creators Panel Nine who share the same alternative and artists-first mindset as us. SEQUENTIAL’s founder, Russell Willis, said, “We’re really delighted to have Koyama Press coming on board. They represent some of the most exciting and innovative comics coming out of the small press scene, and they’re a fantastic and valuable addition to SEQUENTIAL’s expanding lineup.”

Print is the cornerstone of Koyama Press, but we are really excited about its new digital companion. Moreover, this is just the first batch of Koyama Press digital editions, so keep your eyes and apps open for more exciting releases!

ABOUT SEQUENTIAL

Comics historian Paul Gravett called SEQUENTIAL “the thinking man’s Comixology” as a way to describe how SEQUENTIAL works with the finest graphic novel publishers and independent artists around the world, and curates its fast-expanding selection of work.

SEQUENTIAL has the widest selection of graphic novels available on the iPad, featuring work from publishers such as Top Shelf, Fantagraphics, NBM, Secret Acres, Knockabout, Blank Slate, SelfMadeHero, and more. Many of the hundreds of graphic novels are exclusive to SEQUENTIAL, including ones by Alan Moore, Eddie Campbell, David Lloyd, and Hunt Emerson.

ABOUT KOYAMA PRESS 

Founded in 2007, Koyama Press is a Toronto-based small press. Our mandate is to promote and support a wide range of emerging and established artists. Projects include comics, graphic novels, art books, and zines. We are known for our alternative edge and diverse range of titles that include a myriad of genres from autobiography to photography, from horror to humour, and more.

Digitized Kickass Annie by Ian Andersen

Made possible with the support of the Ontario Media Development Corporation.

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