Zuda Adds Print to Web
Zuda Comics will offer up their first print compilations next summer according to Wired. Bayou by Jeremy Love will have his feature collected first, coming in June.
The magazine says the strip “tackles racism and violence in 1930s Mississippi, is as hypnotic as it is unsettling.”
Our own Dave Gallaher’s High Moon, illustrated by Steve Ellis, will be out in time for Halloween.
Zuda is now in its second year of existence and has been DC’s unique approach to digital comics. While advertiser supported, the print compilations will go towards monetizing the site for parent company DC Comics.
The magazine notes, “What’s new is Zuda’s ability to use the internet as a minor league for major comics fame. Now that its webcomics are beginning to metamorphose into printed graphic novels, the operation should reach even more comics fans.”