The interview sparked some curiosity in the subject and I started to do my own investigative work, as any ePublisher should do anyway. What Mercy and I both found was that there really are no venues for graphic novels, even though you can purchase some using current technologies, those novels are usually not rendered correctly which takes away from their appeal and leaves them unread and many others, not purchased by those who use eReaders.
There is a huge market untapped out there for this type of reading material, and it has generally been avoided by most companies who see graphic novels as comic books. I for one remember reading Piers Anthony On a Pale Horse, Moby Dick, Walking Dead and a few others via Graphic Novels. There are far too many applications of the Graphic Novel left unexplored and eReaders are contributing to their impediment.
Many new stories as well as some classics could go unnoticed by readers who can't get them on their eReaders and many more will go unpublished due to the extreme cost of conventional publishing for graphic novels. Which by the way, is about four times the amount of a regular novel due to the graphics.
Check out Mercy's and comment, like and repost to facebook, twitter or what ever your social media might be. The word must get out, and if enough people join in, this could change the way eReaders view Graphic Novels in the future.