We’re Thankful for New Digital Comics

A cornucopia of classic comics and more backlist favorites are on the menu for this week’s digital comics releases.

peanuts26All good things (and when we say good, we mean GREAT) must come to an end and today marks the release of the very last collection in the Complete Peanuts. Volume 26 collects all of Charles Schulz’s rare non-strop Peanuts art from gags to storybooks to recipes — all things no true Peanuts library would be complete without. As a fitting end to the series, Jean Schulz provides an emotional introduction. The Complete Peanuts Vol. 26 can now be found on comiXology and Google Play.


peanuts-sundayThat doesn’t mean our Peanuts collections are finished however! The fourth volume of Peanuts Every Sunday also debuts today and collects all the Sunday strips from 1966 to 1970. These full-color pages catch Schulz at his philosophical and illustrative peak in one gorgeous book. Peanuts Every Sunday 1966–1970 is on comiXology and Google Play.



realistThe Realist was a legendary satirical periodical that ran from 1958 to 2001 and published some of the best and incendiary cartoons that have ever appeared in American magazines. They are finally compiled in The Realist Cartoons. This book features provocative work by artists such as R. Crumb, Trina Robbins, Wally Wood, Nicole Hollander, Art Spiegelman, S. Clay Wilson, and many more! Get The Realist Cartoons through comixology and Google Play.




Our backlist titles going digital this week fit almost too perfectly in our current political landscape. Through comiXology, you can now read these books on your tablets:

Freedom Fries by Steve Brodner

King: A Comics Biography of Martin Luther King Jr. by Ho Che Anderson

Sand & Fury: A Scream Queen Adventure by Ho Che Anderson