Dark Horse has brought a copious amount of graphic novels to Amazon, Kobo, and Barnes and Noble in the last few years. Today, the company has struck an agreement with Google to bring over 400 graphic novels to the platform.
“We are very excited to be working with Google to bring Dark Horse graphic novels to the Play store,” said Dark Horse’s director of digital publishing, Mark Bernardi. “It is an important addition to the growing list of platforms where our digital books can be enjoyed.”
Each graphic novel costs around $3.99 and there is something for everyone. All of your purchases will follow you to your various Google devices, so this might be perfect for someone heavily invested in the Android ecosystem.
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