New York City’s biggest comic book publisher has opened a new digital storefront and has started accepting preorders for its upcoming new digital comic book, The New York Times reports.
The company, which has sold more than 1.4 million comic books in its history, announced the launch of The New Yorkers Comic Book Store at Comic-Con International this week.
The store will be in the Manhattan boroughs area, with prices starting at $9.99 and going up to $19.99, and is available on Kindle, Apple iPad, and Google Android devices.
The company has not yet confirmed whether it will sell to digital retailers.
In a blog post announcing the store, the company wrote: “The New York Comic Book store is your source for the best comics in the world, delivered to your door at the click of a button.
The New Yorker’s Comics, books and magazines will be on display, so you can pick up your favorite titles with confidence and confidence in your own home.”
You can also order digitally from the New York comic book store’s mobile app. “
You can buy your comics digitally at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, or in-store.
You can also order digitally from the New York comic book store’s mobile app.
You will be able to check out comics, magazines and books as they are delivered, and you can see your favorites on our dedicated digital shelf.”
The New Yorker has long been a supporter of digital publishing.
In April, the publisher announced it was adding a digital bookstore option for books priced $3.99 or less.