DC Comics fans will be able to get their fix from Barnes and Noble now, as over 100 graphic novels are to be available for download from Nook Comics. The Nook Android application is also included.
To enhance the reading experience, Barnes and Noble is also introducing a new "Zoom View" feature. This allows the readers to zoom to one specific panel at a time, and then read the novel panel by panel in this way. This sounds pretty sweet, reading comic books on a small screen has never been the most enticing prospect.
Following on from a similar partnership with Marvel last year, it's clear that Barnes and Noble is making the effort to close the gap to the market leaders -- the Kindle Fire and the iPad -- as a digital comic reading device.
Available titles are to include Watchmen, All Star Superman, The Sandman and the first storylines from the New 52.
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