No 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?
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Bob’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?
Available 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?
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?!
Madefire‘s Mono: Pacific #3 continues to go from strength to strength with every new instalment. This time the British human-ape secret agent enters a top secret Japanese military base where he uncovers a trap that’s been set for the Allied forces, but can it justify it’s new price tag?
The 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?
Cult web comic God Hates Astronauts comes to Image Comics with a series that has quite possibly the coolest title on the newsstand. But can this quirky tale of deviant space farmers and animal-headed super heroes live up to the divine awesomeness of its title or will this be a book which lacks star power?
Wayward #1 is a new supernatural action comic from Image Comics, dubbed ’Buffy the Vampire Slayer for a new generation’ – only with monsters from Japanese folklore mixed in! Is this combination the start of another Godzilla-sized monster hit or will it end up deserving to be buried deep within the rest of Japanese folklore.
David Hine’s sinister supernatural horror Strange Embrace is given the deluxe graphic novel treatment courtesy of the Sequential iPad app, but can this comprehensive digital edition offer something that previous collections can’t?