DARK HORSE DIGITAL RELEASES OFFICIAL ANDROID APP

November 7, 2012 at 4:01 am | Posted in Miscellaneous | Leave a comment

The ultimate reading experience from the leader in independent comics is now available on Google Play

November 7, MILWAUKIE, OR—The highly rated, user-friendly Dark Horse Comics app is getting an official launch in Android. Comics fans of all ages can get Dark Horse comics on any Android-based tablet, phone, or laptop. 

The final version of the fan-favorite Android app was finalized just in time to coincide with BioWare’s inaugural N7 Day. 

The first annual N7 Day invites fans to celebrate the Mass Effect franchise worldwide, and what better way to do so than with the many critically acclaimed Mass Effect comics from Dark Horse. 

Dark Horse Digital is offering a Blasto digital-comic exclusive for Mass Effect fans. Written by lead game writer Mac Walters, with art by Omar Francia, Blasto: Eternity Is Forever is sure to be a cult favorite among fans of the incredibly popular game series.

Dark Horse Comics continues to pave the way as the premier publisher of video-gaming-related titles and the leader in independent digital comics.

The free Dark Horse Digital comics app is now available worldwide through all modern web browsers and features cloud storage in both the Android and iOS apps.

Posted by Corax for Roqoo Depot

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