The Double Life of Miranda Turner #1 coverNot content with releasing 5 awesome title this week (including 2 brand new ones!) MonkeyBrain Comics have today announced their partnership with writer Jamie S. Rich and artist George Kambadais to release the all-new superhero adventure title The Double Life of Miranda Turner. The first issue of this ongoing series is set to debut on October 30 via ComiXology for the bargain price of £0.69/$0.99. Keen to tell us all about it, the powers-that-be at MonkeyBrain Comics got in touch with us and gave us this fantastic interview along with an awesome sneak preview!

motorcyclesamurai coverWhen we spoke to him back in July, Motorcycle Samurai creator Chris Sheridan described the prologue of his new book as a western with Elvis and Bruce Lee as the hero and anti-hero. Well, this week at the New York Comic Convention, the first full issue of this intriguing mash-up is released by Top Shelf Comix and is also a prominent part of ComiXology’s new Guided View Native roll out. Keen to find out more about what was in store for this first full issue, we caught up with Chris and he’s given us an exclusive look inside this awesome title.

This week sees the return of on our favourite digital comics series, as season 3 of the brilliant Moth City by Tim Gibson is set to hit ComiXology. We’ve exclusive comments from Tim on what’s been happening and what we can look forward to as the events on Moth City begin to take an increasingly gruesome turn of events.

Tim Gibson’s Moth City returns this week with Part Two of it’s Second Season. This politico-noir-Oriental-supernatural-horror defies convention but is one of the best digital comics out there, so we asked creator Gibson just what do we have to look forward to in this new instalment? (Contains spoilers!)

Top Shelf ComiX have unveiled three fantastic new digital titles – including a first ever digital release for Alan Moore’s controversial Lost Girls – as well as anouncing a huge “Cyber-con” digital comics sale featuring discounted version of the Eisner award nominated Harvey Pekar’s Cleveland and the Pipedream Comics Top 10 Digital Comics shortlisted, The Underwater Welder.

Volume Five of Aces Weekly, the brilliant digital comic art weekly from V for Vendetta artist David Lloyd, begins its latest seven-issue, seven-week run this week and we’ve got a fantastic preview of what’s inside. Including a new series from one of the greatest and wittiest creators of US comics – Batton Lash – the guy who produced the memorable, Wolff and Byrd – Counselors of The Macabre!

scrollon_logo_1New to the app store this week comes Scrollon an innovative new digital comics apps from the folks at Literate Imagery, Inc. Scrollon offers original, color illustrated content presented as a seemingly unending image which is advanced by scrolling with your finger or tapping the screen. Download it from the iTunes Store here for free and you can try out the Scrollon experience to see what it is like to not only read stories, but travel through them.  

Aces WeeklyAces Weekly showcases some of the brightest talent from across the globe in an exclusively digital weekly comic art magazine published by David Lloyd –the guy who gave you V For Vendetta. Aces Weekly. Volume Four of this brilliant digital comic art weekly began its latest seven-issue, seven-week run last week – and and it features a new series from one of the legendary creators of US comic art – Herb Trimpe – known globally for his work on Wolverine and The Incredible Hulk! His exclusive creator owned title, Firehawks, is a great, classical-style adventure that bursts with life and colour, and is a labour of love about flying airplanes from an artist who loves drawing and flying them!

As a fan of all things Apple and a fan all things comic-related, then surely the prospect of a Steve Jobs comic book is at the very epicentre of what rocks my world? And I would have to agree – although perhaps a tad reluctantly!

The great folks over at Blue Water Productions are following up their Mark Zuckerberg and Martha Stewart bio-comics with a look into the life and times of the world’s most famous wearer of black turtle necks, Apple CEO Stephen P Jobs. I for one can’t wait to see the Jobs story in all it’s glory, and judging by the exclusive preview pages below it really does start right at the very beginning!

Now I wonder if it will feature a huge super-hero style face off betweem Jobs and Gates with Woz and Balmer as the sidekicks? I guess we’ll have to wait until August to find out as that is when Steve Jobs the comic will be available from all good comic stores worldwide and also via the Comics app as well!