ComiXology Submit Debut Comics from Private Beta Phase

comiXology_submitThe results from comiXology Submit’s private phase are in, and fourteen new titles can now be purchased, including a new collection of Too Much Coffee Man comics from Shannon Wheeler.

“It’s amazing to see the wealth of talent and creativity that came from the private beta submissions,” says co-founder John D. Roberts “We’re now gathering feedback from our beta testers and looking to refine the portal to go public early in 2013.”

Launched in October, Submit seeks to help comic creators self publish their work and monetize it easily and efficiently, utilizing the comiXology platform available on iPad, iPhone, Android, Kindle Fire, Windows 8, and the web.

Here’s a list of the comics made available through the first round of comiXology Submit:

Too Much Coffee Man Favorites #1 Shannon Wheeler (writer/artist)
Watson and Holmes #1 – Rock Baker (writer/artist)
Relaunch #1 – Ron Perazza (writer), Daniel Govar (artist)
Torchbearer – Nicolas Dedual (writer), Dennis Calero (artist)
Astronaut Dad – David Hopkins (writer), Brent Schoonover (artist)
First Law of Mad Science #1 – Oliver Mertz (writer), Daniel Lapham, Jeff McComsey (artists)
BloodDreams #1 – Angi Shearstone (writer/artist)
As We Were – Kel McDonald (writer/artist)
Tiger Lawyer #1 – Ryan Ferrier (writer), Matt McCray (artist)
Quandary #1 – Janine Frederick (writer), Ken Frederick (artist)
Robot 13 #1 (of 3) – Thomas Hall (writer), Daniel Bradford (artist)
Evil Inc: Real Housewives of Transylvania #7 – Brad Guigar (writer)
Tomorrow Jones #1 – Brian Daniel (writer), Johan Manandin (artist)
Hatter M: Far from Wonder #1 – Frank Beddor (writer), Liz Cavalier (artist)

Those interested in being contacted when Submit goes public can enter their contact information at All submissions will go through and approval process and, if approved, formatted with the Guided View technology and made available worldwide. The creators and comiXology will split the profits evenly.

It’s a great opportunity for indie self-publishers, I think. I can’t wait to see even more indie comics made available through comiXology!

Source: ComiXology
Reporter: Leo Johnson

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