Comicker Digital Launches


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Comicker Digital Launches

New Comics Publisher Delivers Creator-Owned Series to Readers

Austin, MN (February 26th, 2015) – With comic books continuing to reach an ever-growing audience, a new publisher aims to bring more creator-owned series to readers directly.  Founded by Saori Adams and Sean E. Williams, Comicker LLC is launching today with its Comicker Digital label on its website,

“Currently, Comicker Digital is releasing series as ad-supported webcomics, collected as issues on comiXology and DriveThruComics, and through our subscription mobile app which is being developed and powered by The Horizon Factory,” Adams said.  “We realized that not all readers want their comics the same way, so we’re giving them as many options as possible.  One size doesn’t fit all anymore.”

“The same goes for creators,” Williams added. “We’ve talked to tons of professionals who can’t take on a full second series, but have enough time for a few pages per month.  Our release schedule and format gives them that flexibility.  As a writer myself, this was something I wanted to see happen personally.”

Williams wrote the NEW YORK TIMES best-selling third volume of the FAIREST series, FAIREST: THE RETURN OF THE MAHARAJA, for DC/Vertigo, as well as issues of THE VAMPIRE DIARIES and SENSATION COMICS FEATURING WONDER WOMAN at DC Comics.  Additionally, he co-created and co-writes ARTFUL DAGGERS, which is published first on comiXology by Monkeybrain Comics and collected in trade paperback by IDW Publishing.

Comicker Digital is launching with five series, including THE CASEBOOK OF RABBIT BLACK, written and illustrated by Kate Sherron, SOME KIND OF BLUE MOON, written by Michael D. Stewart, illustrated by Thomas Boatwright, and lettered by James Greatorex, GRIMFISH, written and illustrated by Aaron Pittman, LOST ANGELS, written by David Accampo and illustrated by Chris Anderson, and the webcomic edition of ARTFUL DAGGERS, co-written by Williams with Adam P. Knave, with art by Andrew Losq and lettering by Frank Cvetkovic.

“Eventually, we plan to move into print as well, but in order to get off the ground as quickly as possible, launching as digitally first made the most sense,” Adams said.

With today’s launch, Comicker Digital offers easy accessibility for readers, and flexible scheduling and support to help creators tell the stories they wouldn’t have been able to otherwise.