Cimarronin #1 coverNo stranger to digital comics thanks to their purchase of Comixology, Amazon’s own imprint, Jet City Comics was launched as their own attempt to gain a market share, which continues with the first issue of Cimarronin: A Samurai in New Spain #1. But can this book continue to help them fly in terms of selling comics, or will it stall during lift off?

ComixologySubmitThis week’s best of ComiXology Submit features: a feline led journey through the sub-conscious of writer/artist Anne Emond in Debbie’s Inferno; Box Brown’s peculiar geometric take on the world in Number #2; the delightfully trashy Pregnant Bitches of War #1; and a dialogue free existential tale featuring cavemen and tiny lizard creatures in Skye Ogden’s Vowels.

D.E. Comic Page Template.epsBob’s Burger from Dynamite Entertainment is the latest small-screen animated sensation to be transferred to the comic book page offering new stories which won’t be seen on your TV. However, is Bob’s Burgers #1 a truly delicious opening issue, or is this a series which will need to be taken off the menu?

Valentine 1 ComiXologyAvailable once again on ComiXology Valentine #1 and #2  from Alex de Campi and Christine Larsen is one of the forgotten classics of digital comics, yet has influenced a whole generation of comic creators. Re-issued via Mark Waid’s Thrillbent label how does this 5 year old comic compare to the young upstarts who followed it?

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Valiant Entertainments’s new supernatural series The Death-Defying Dr Mirage #1 looks set to take the publisher of X-O Manowar and Harbinger in a bold and exciting new direction. But is Dr Mirage a miraculous new arrival on the scene or just another troublesome ghostly manifestation?!

Copperhead #1 coverThe Western is something of a dying genre in many mediums, however, the sci-if Western appears to be exerting itself as a successor within comic books. Jay Faerber adds to this up and coming sub-genre with his first issue of Copperhead #1, but will this title be a gun-slinging success or will it make as much noise as a tumbleweed rolling by?