I've been selling my comic on their app for a couple of years (if you call no one buying my books "selling"). Their app could never compete with Comixology on a technical or content level and I stopped using it myself a long time ago. I'm curious about their ebook system but I wonder how many indie creators can viably make back the $150 entry fee.
Also, what should indie digital creators focus on? Getting onto Comixology? Spreading ebooks around on various device platforms? Selling PDFs on their own website? All the above? Or like me, sit back for a little while, work on your book and see what shakes out in the coming year or so.
Bookstore manager by day, comic creator by night, Adam got his start in comics illustrating and colouring the book Shuddertown from Image Comics/Shadowline. He’s now concentrating his efforts on creator owned comics with a focus on digital comics and self-publishing.
Adam is Canadian so that automatically makes him a nice fella. He enjoys reading comic books and in particular old, crime novels.