We pick the best new digital comics every week and feature them in the Pipedream Pull List
The Fade Out #1 is Ed Brubaker and Sean Philips first series as part of their exclusive 5 year creator-owned deal with Image Comics that sees them plough a familiar furrow in this 1940s set Hollywood noir thriller. But will The Fade Out #1 shine brightly in the murky world of noir or should it skulk back into the shadows?
Armor Hunters: Harbinger #1 continues Valiant’s series of spin-offs for their epic summer crossover by bringing the Generation Zero kids from the main Harbinger series into the spotlight, and throws them right in the center of Mexico City to help with relief efforts after the destruction of the city at the hands of the Armor Hunters.
Image Comics’ arctic set horror Spread #1 sees a man called No take on a genocidal tentacled monster and rescue a mysterious baby called Hope. But should Justin Joran and Kyle Strahm’s blood-soaked alien beasties be allowed to spread, or should they be kept in quarantine?
It’s origin time in the world of the Motorcycle Samurai as Chris Sheridan delves into the mysterious past of the White Bolt to give us an insight into her beginnings in this San Diego Comic Con exclusive: Motorcycle Samurai: Variable.
A futuristic take on the King Arthur story without the usual swords and sorcery, QAM Comics new Guided View pilot The Round #0 is released as part of their ‘Zero Season’. But will it be magical enough to make it beyond this early stage?
In medieval Ireland a pair of sibling demon hunters summon a diabolic aid to help avenge their father. Not available in a new digital format, is the Mortifera comic app a devlish nightmare or a force for good?
Whether you know him as Hulk Hogan’s nemesis at Wrestlemania III or Fessick in cult movie the Princess Bride, Andre Rousimoff was quite literally one of wrestling largest characters and in this new biography Andre the Giant Life and Legend cartoonist Box Brown takes an unconventional look at his story.
Like many of Marvel’s characters who have transitioned to the big screen, the Marvel Cosmic’s deadliest bad guy Thanos has received his own title, which is now being released under their Infinite comics stable. But can Thanos: A God Up There Listening #1 dominate the Infinite universe or is that something not even the Infinity Gauntlet can help it achieve?
The return of Valiant Comics gets a digital makeover with the release of Unity #1 motion book courtesy of Madefire. But does This Avengers-type team, made up of their own big characters in a team book (and named after their big event of the 90’s) continue the success Valiant continues to garner or is this one title that should be considered non-canon?