DC Comics Now Available on the PlayStation Network for PSP!

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DC Comics Now Available on the PlayStation Network for PSP

As some of you may have heard, we’ve announced that DC Comics is now available through the PlayStation Network digital comics service for PSP (PlayStation Portable). Starting today, you can access DC Comic titles on PlayStation Store, directly on the PSP or via Media Go on your PC. We continue to evolve our content library on PlayStation Network and with DC Comics we now have some of the comic book world’s most iconic characters to add to our robust comic repertoire.

You’ll now have access to an initial selection of over 80 DC titles that can be downloaded from the PlayStation Store including Batman: Hush, Green Lantern: Rebirth, Fables: Legends in Exile and Planetary: All Over the World and Other Stories. In addition to these launch titles, users will get exclusive DC Comics content such as Superman/Batman, Resistance, Free Realms and God of War. Lastly, we’ve also released a free 10 page story today of Superman 700, as well as free downloads of Bayou, Fringe, Mirror’s Edge, and Resistance. We will keep adding to the collection you can already enjoy today anywhere you are — over 1600 classic and new comics.

Using the PSP’s Autoflow Viewer, you can enjoy the comics frame by frame, zooming in and out, all at the touch of a button, making your comics look as good as they do in real life. This is available for all PSP models and is simple to use: just download the latest firmware (6.20) and select the “Digital Comics” icon under the “Extras” column on PSP’s XMB menu.

Be sure to check out the “free comics” category in the PlayStation Store, for a selection of comics that you can download for free. You’ll also find a great variety of titles from our partners at Marvel, IDW Publishing, Disney and more.

Enjoy superheroes across the game store, video store and comic store — when it comes to digital comics, this is the place to be! Stay tuned for more and more titles and, in the meantime, keep checking out what’s new in the PlayStation Store!

Head to www.playstationcomics.com for more information.

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  • Thanks Grace, as someone who collects the real thing, I have around 10,000 comic books, it’s always nice to take some of my favorite story arcs on the GO!!! 8)

  • yay i just bought the Resistance series two weeks ago, oh i guess i’ll buy it for my psp also. good job Sony

  • Yay for the Resistance comics!

  • Nice to see DC Comic join the line. Up next: Manga. Let’s Hope Viz Media, Del Rey Manga, Tokyopop, Dark Horse, and Yen Press will join in soon. We need digital manga and we need it so we can combat illegal scanlation and if we have digital manga. It might make it easier to buy them when your local book store or comic book store don’t have the manga you want.

  • Grace, I know I’m late, but is there any possibility of the Digital Comics app be made available for the PS3? I just don’t see why it’s not there. Surely more people would buy it. Please pass this on to the content providers if you happen to read it.

    Thanks,

    Michael

  • Can we get the old man logan giant size comic? I love the series but havent been able to finish it since it hasnt been added to the store.

  • Can someone explain to me why the hell this is not available on the PS3 as well? Sony is losing out on a lot of money by not making it available on the PS3.

  • I can’t believe in the world of the Internet and a global company like Sony – that there are still so many materials not available in Canada!! This is getting very frustrating…all these new features are fully advertised to us in Canada but then when you try to access the information, we can’t have it. If it’s not available, then STOP ADVERTISING IT! You might say that we’re getting a bunch of U.S. feeds because Canada and the U.S. is so mixed that we often can’t tell where the source is…that’s because there SHOULDN’T BE any difference. I don’t get it!! Maybe we need a class-action false advertising lawsuit to get the attention of American companies that do this!

  • I notice you can store your comic library on the PC using MediaGo – can you also view the comics on your pc with the MediaGo software? The MediaGo description conspicuously omits this detail.

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