IGN is pulling all of the products it sells to retailers and other businesses.
The move is in response to a company survey showing that most people would prefer to shop online instead of at their local comic book store.
IGN, which has been the top seller on Amazon since it started selling physical books in 2004, announced in January that it would be pulling all physical toys and games from stores.
IGN also announced last month that it was ending the online store’s exclusive sale on digital content.
The company said the decision was made to focus on growing IGN as a brand through the acquisition of two new partners: Aisha, a publisher of physical comics, and a company called Bespoke Games.
IGN’s new partner will be announced next month.
IGN said the move is designed to help it increase its presence in more categories, such as movies and television.
IGN has sold more than 8 million physical books, video games, comics and accessories since 2004.
The news comes as IGN is getting hit by a wave of criticism over the past few weeks over the online and mobile gaming platforms it uses to distribute its content.
IGN and its partners have been hit with a number of legal threats and legal battles over content distribution and copyright infringement.
In addition, many consumers have been finding that the companies they purchase content from are selling it for higher prices.