More Comic Book Publishers Launch Google+ Pages

Comic book publishers on Google Plus

Yesterday, Comicbook.com reported that Marvel Comics and DC Comics were among the first brands to launch Google+ business pages. Now, more comic book publishers are jumping on the Google Plus bandwagon and setting up their own Google+ pages.

While they haven’t officially announced it, Archie Comics has a Google+ page up and running. Independent comic book publishers 12 Guage Comics and Aspen Comics also have launched their official Google+ page. 12 Guage publishes such comics as Body Bags, Boondock Saints, and Luke McBain. Aspen Comics publishes such comics as Fathom and Soulfire.

Google+ isn’t limited to just the U.S., so several comic book publishers from other countries are also setting up pages. British comic book publisher 2000 AD has their own Google+ page, where they’ve posted pictures of their latest graphic novel releases. Other international comic book publishers with their own pages include Reload Comics, FEC Comics, and Raj Comics.

Here's a list of Google+ pages for comic book publishers.

Valiant Google+ https://plus.google.com/101334963876339568980/ Dark Horse Comics Google+ https://plus.google.com/105393726637818990533/ Oni Press Google+ https://plus.google.com/116670250077789219185/ Fantagraphics Google+ https://plus.google.com/117446217987368470136/ Septagon Studios Google+ https://plus.google.com/103746839581766275199/

Also be sure to follow Comicbook.com's own official Google+ page, as we will keep updating this list as more comic book publishers launch.

Comicbook.com Google+ https://plus.google.com/107643867754355018896/

If you know of other comic book publishers who have launched on Google Plus, then add a link to their Google+ pages in the comments below.