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River Comics Releases a Free Comic Book App

With the release of our free comic book app, River Comics is making comic books more accessible by offering full access to our online titles. Visit our website, download the free app, and then embark on your next journey! It’s the best app to read comics from our...

Comic Book, Manga, Graphic Novels? What’s the Difference?

Comic books vs graphic novels vs manga: what’s the difference? Comic enthusiasts and fans often use terms like “comic book”, “manga”, and “graphic novel” interchangeably. If you’re a comics neophyte, it can be hard to figure out the nuances between these terms and the...

Why & How Comic Books Should Be about More Than Traditional Superheroes

When you think of comics stories, you probably associate them with beloved and famous comic book superheroes. These action-packed texts are about so much more than characters with extraordinary powers. Comic books and graphic novels are a dynamic means of telling...
The Benefits of Monthly Comic Book Subscriptions

The Benefits of Monthly Comic Book Subscriptions

It’s a practice nearly as old as comics themselves. Monthly comic book subscription services once formed the backbone of this starry-eyed industry, and today things have come full circle. We at River Comics offer a new spin on a classic. Via our online comics reader,...

Honoring Bhagat Singh’s 112th Birthday

Honoring Bhagat Singh’s 112th Birthday

River Comics celebrates Bhagat Singh's birthday with the release of Bhagat Singh, our six-issue motion comic that retells the tale of his life in breathtaking digital art that is enhanced with engaging voice-overs and sound effects. To give you some insight into this...

Celebrating Krishna’s Birthday During Janmashtami

Celebrating Krishna’s Birthday During Janmashtami

Historians trace Hinduism to the pre-Vedic age in South Asia—an epoch that ended roughly 1,800 years before the New Testament was written. Like other religions that have thrived with the passage of time, Hinduism encompasses many denominations—a reflection of how its...