NYCC 2012 – Terry Moore Debut’s Strangers In Paradise on comiXology
Today at New York Comic Con 2012, Abstract Studio and comiXology announced the digital debut of legendary creator Terry Moore’s entire Eisner Award-winning romantic epic Strangers in Paradise. Spanning 107 issues and compiled in 19 trades, Strangers in Paradise has long been hailed as one of the seminal works of sequential art and now fans can experience the entire series across comiXology’s entire platform.
All 107 issues and 19 trades of Terry Moore’s Strangers in Paradise are available now on comiXology in their patent pending Guided View reading technology. For owners of the new iPad, the series can be experienced in comiXology’s high definition CMX-HD format. Abstract Studio and comiXology worked closely together to acquire the highest resolution source material possible to present Moore’s Strangers in Paradise in comiXology’s stunning high-definition comic format.
Terry Moore’s Strangers in Paradise focuses on the difficult relationship between a kind-hearted hopeless romantic Francine, her best friend Katchoo a jilted artist with a mysterious past, and David Qin an NYU art student madly in love with Katchoo with a few secrets of his own. A mix of romance, comedy and thriller, Strangers in Paradise has received critical acclaim since it’s original print debut in 1993. Through out its run the series has received multiple awards including the Eisner Award for Best Serialized Story in 1996, the National Cartoonists Ruben Award for Best Comic Book in 1997, as well as the GLAAD Award for Best Comic Book in 2001 and 2008.