This weekend’s must-read digital comics in the Sunday Digest include Ed Brubaker’s new spy thriller Velvet which reunites him with Captain America artist Steve Epting, a collected version of one of our favourite digital comics in Bandette Volume 1: Presto and another stunning offering from Aussie publishers Gestalt Comics with black and white one-shot The Example.

This week’s Sunday Digest features must-read digital comics from Neil Gaiman and Knockabout Comics with charity graphic novel Neil Gaiman’s Lost Tales on the Sequential iPad app, Jamal Igle’s pre-teen/Guided View superhero adventure Molly Danger, Kieron Gillen and Jamie McKelvie’s groundbreaking Phonogram, plus another offering from ‘Down Under’ with The Deep: Here Be Dragons from Gestalt Comics in Australia.

This weekend’s must-read digital comics in the Sunday Digest features the latest instalment of Brian K Vaughan and Marcos Martin’s The Private Eye, Josh Williamson’s Ghosted #4, post-modern super villain story Unmasked from Aussie comic company Gestalt Comics and something a bit less masculine in Katie Rogers is on TV from Madefire.

This weekend’s must-read digital comics in the Sunday Digest feature a psychic super spy in Brain Boy #1 from Dark Horse Comics, the continuing antics of Valiant‘s Quantum and Woody, Mars Attacks Judge Dredd from IDW Publishing and the re-issue of a 2000AD classic in Pat Mills’ and Kevin O’Neill’s Nemesis the Warlock.

This weekend’s must read digital comics in the Sunday Digest include Dark Horse’s re-imagining of Star Wars based on George Lucas’ original screenplay and a powerful prison drama from Thrillbent with The Damnation of Charlie Wormwood.

This weekend’s must-read digital comics in the Sunday Digest include David Kendall and Mike Carey’s ultra-creepy Houses of the Holy from Madefire, Matthew Petz’s delightfully quirky War of the Woods (featuring an otter with a turtle on it’s head) and Jon Lock and Nich Angell’s The Heavenly Chord which was unveiled at this weekend’s Melksham Comic Con.

This weekend’s must-read digital comics in the Sunday Digest include an existential edition of Monkeybrain’s Edison Rex, all new The Engine from Madefire and 2000ad‘s genre-defying Trifecta crossover.

This week’s must-read digital comics in the Sunday Digest include Captain Midnight, a golden age superhero throwback from Dark Horse Comics,  bleak dystopian sci-fi in The Bunker, a horrific new edition of Tim Gibsons’ brilliant Moth City, and a behind the scenes look at Brian K Vaughan and Marcos Martin’s pay-what-you-want series The Private Eye

This weekend’s Sunday Digest features essential weekend reading from Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy Infinite Drax the Destroyer, alongside two great indie comics with Hugh and Bot by Drew Crowley and Goblin Hood from Bobby Timony.

With it being Halloween this month there could be only one choice for app of the month – the brilliant It’s The great Pumpkin Charlie Brown from Loud Crow Interactive. If like us, you grew up loving the comic strip adventures of Charles M Schultz’s Peanuts then this is the app you. Based on the classic 1960s cartoon version, this interactive book features all your favourites from Charlie Brown and Snoopy to Lucy and Linus and re-tells the classic ‘Great Pumpkin’ story as a sublime interactive storybook for your iPad, iPhone or iPod touch.