DC Entertainment is partnering with Trajectory, Inc., the leading global network for eBook distribution and book discovery solutions, to expand the comic book publisher’s digital footprint to global eBook retailers and libraries in North America and eventually Europe, Asia, South America, and additional international markets.

Beginning today, Trajectory has made the DC Entertainment Essential Graphic Novels available on the OverDrive platform including titles such as Batman: The Killing Joke, Wonder Woman Vol. 1: Blood, The Sandman Vol. 1: Preludes & Nocturnes, Preacher Book One and others. New books will be added to the platform on a weekly basis.

“Trajectory is committed to bringing outstanding DC Comics and Vertigo stories to fans around the world,” said Scott Beatty, Co-Founder and Chief Content Officer of Trajectory. “This partnership for global eBook distribution through the Trajectory network is an enormous opportunity to reach more fans through any retailer or library across the globe.”

“Our goal is to provide access to our books anywhere and everywhere fans are reading them. As a leader in their industry, Trajectory will help us provide our eBooks to retailers in the most efficient way possible, thus expanding our audience to reach more fans than ever,” stated Derek Maddalena, SVP of Sales and Business Development.

“Our major goal is connecting a wider group of readers with DC Comics and Vertigo stories which are even more inclusive and accessible for its next generation of fans. International digital retailers and libraries are of central importance to achieving that goal,” said Trajectory Co-Founder and & CEO Jim Bryant.

Trajectory has the largest known global network for eBook distribution. The network delivers 300+ international points of distribution representing over 230,000+ digital endpoints including every eBook retailer, library distributor, school distributor, and alternative digital sales challen all from a single point of access. Through this single access point (maintained by Trajectory), publishers can simply upload their files and designate where they would like the digital edition of their titles distributed.

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