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Madefire, the renowned comic reading app, has proudly announced a new partnership with DC comics.
The new partnership will see the legendary comics publisher bring tens of thousands of back-catalogue DC favourites to the comic reading platform.
For those who may have never heard of Madefire, the app is the number one comic book reading app on the Itunes book section.
Madefire is also the leading platform and developer of digital comics and the unique Motion Book technology, making them the ideal platform for DC fans to get their comic book fix.
Additionally, to celebrate the new partnership with DC comics, readers will be able to view the highly anticipated Dark Knights: Metal #1 within the Madefire service. The exciting new comic will find Batman, Superman, and the rest of the Justice League facing off against the looming threat that is the Dark Multiverse.
“As a leader and innovator in the digital comics space Madefire has been a great partner to DC and I’m pleased this expansion will bring our extensive line-up to an even broader audience,” said Jim Lee, DC Entertainment Publisher.
“Now, for the first time, exciting DC titles like DARK NIGHTS: METAL will be available to Windows, Apple TV, and Android TV digital readers—all via the Madefire App.”
“DC is a world leader in comic book entertainment and we’re incredibly excited to bring their legendary catalogue of titles to our platform,” said Ben Wolstenholme, Madefire CEO and Motion Book creator.
The popular comic book app has an impressive five star rating within the app store from over 1,100 users—in other words, DC fans can rest assured that all their favourite DC comics will translate perfectly to the digital comics platform.
The full catalogue of DC comics will be available starting today, joining the already impressive collection of over 30,000 comics that are currently available for readers to enjoy.
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