Graphite Comics Expands With Dark Horse, Valiant, Humanoids, And Impact Theory

by James Ferguson

Graphite Comics, the freemium steaming comic book platform has greatly expanded its offering by adding Dark Horse Comics, Humanoids, Valiant, and Impact Theory. These newcomers join over 500 other publishers and content creators that are already active on the platform, adding to Graphite’s existing library of over 25,000 comics, webtoons, webcomics, and manga.

Mark Bernardi, Dark Horse’s Vice President of Trade and Digital Sales says:

At Dark Horse, we are always interested in reaching new readers. Graphite’s technology and approach to the digital subscription space are unique, and I’ve been impressed by Michael Eng and his team. We anticipate that working with Graphite will expand our readership greatly in the years to come.

The initial titles added from Dark Horse include Hellboy, The Witcher, Aliens, and Umbrella Academy. Humanoids is adding The Incal, The Metabarons, and The Twilight Man. Bloodshot from Valiant and Neon Future from Impact Theory are also newly available on Graphite.
Alex Donoghue, COO of Humanoids added:

Humanoids has always embraced innovation, both in content and distribution, and it is therefore fitting to do so in the digital landscape, especially with partners like Michael and Graphite who are bravely breaking new ground in this area of publishing.

These publishers join the likes of Boom! Studios, IDW Publishing, Legendary, Aspen, Dynamite, Papercutz, Top Cow, Markosia, and Tidalwave, along with hundreds of independent artists self-publishing their own content through Graphite’s Upload system.
Michael Eng, CEO and co-founder of Graphite Comics says:

We’re thrilled to welcome these amazing publishers to the Graphite family. Our goal from day one has been to build the biggest and best digital home for the best content available in the comic book industry, and adding Dark Horse, Humanoids, Valiant and Impact Theory is a giant step forward in achieving our vision, to say the least.

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