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.

The most exciting digital comics announcement from this year’s San Diego Comic Con was the partnership between motion book publishers Madefire and IDW Publishing to bring IDW’s heavy hitters Star Trek, Transformer and My Little Pony to the world of motion comics. But now they have finally arrived, how do these new titles compare to the home grown Madefire motion books and will they stand on their own in this brave new world of digital comics?

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.

“Elementary, my dear readers.” It’s time we solved the mystery of Liam Sharp and Bill Sienkiewicz’s motion comics take on Arthur Conan Doyle’s classic detective. But how does the Victorian sleuth fare in the 21st century world of digital comics?