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.
Comic writer Ryan Garcia continues his guide on how to write a digital comic with the second part of his look at contracts and how to avoid getting screwed out of millions when you hit the big time. It’s The Garcia Method: Contracts are fun (No really!) part 2
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?
With his crack team of artistic Avengers and an all-powerful editor at his beck and call, Ryan Garcia is about to embark on a journey to turn his epic idea into the next essential digital comic read. However to avoid ending up a bitter old hack counting his pennies while others profit from his idea, […]
Brian Wood and Sergio Sandoval welcome you to the jungle as they send Ben Wolstenholme’s Ape-human hybrid British secret agent on a dangerous World War 2 mission in Madefire’s Mono: Pacific #1 motion book.
Four of Valiant’s most unconventional characters come together for the team-up that no-one knew they wanted as Quantum & Woody buddy up with Archer & Armstong in The Delinquents #1!
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 […]
With a great idea, a dynamite script and an insightful editor on board, writer Ryan Garcia looks to expand his merry band of digital comics creatives with the addition of an artist (or two) in the latest instalment of his guide to writing a digital comic – The Garcia Method: Art Team Assemble!
Starting life on deviantArt, Madefire’s newest indie horror motion book Milk for the Ugly has been downloaded over 400,000 times – but is this digital horror offering worthy of it’s promotion to the main app’s storefront?
Madefire and Boom! Studios go biblical, dragging Old Testament characters kicking and screaming into the modern world with Clive Barker’s Next Testament #1 & #2. Controversial? Maybe. Entertaining? Definitely.