The independent publisher has launched two digital comics apps, and made its titles available through Google eBooks and Graphic.ly.
The Top Shelf Productions App for iOS devices includes the firm's entire digital library. Top Shelf Kids Club App, also for Apple platforms, hosts its family-friendly titles.
Top Shelf's agreements with Google eBooks and Graphic.ly will see its titles land on other devices, including Android, the Kindle Fire and Nook Tablet.
"We had our comics available digitally in a few places but now we have a critical mass," Top Shelf marketing co-ordinator and web editor Leigh Walton told Publisher's Weekly.
"We're pushing the envelope to get more graphic novel penetration. The switch to digital distribution is a little scary for comics publishers but it's also very exciting and we're pleased with the results so far."
Walton went on to say that the new applications will feature cross-compatibility with the existing comiXology and iVerse Media Top Shelf apps, enabling customers to synch their purchases.
Top Shelf is holding a sale to mark the launch of its new digital ventures, offering top titles priced between 99 cents (60p) and $2.99 (£1.80).
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