British comic legend Eddie Campbell’s Bacchus established his reputation as “the most natural storyteller in comics”. A mythical, masterful, wide-ranging yarn, this 10 volume epic is now available digitally in 5 hefty volumes for the first time from Top Shelf’s DRM-free digital store and also the Sequential iPad app.
Ryan Garcia’s adventure in digital comics moves on from the ideas stage and into the world of scripts this week in The Garcia Method: The Battle of the Blank Page.
It’s time for a new Carl and Dave web comic #24 – Horsing Around by Jimmy Holmes
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This week’s Best of ComiXology Submit features: existential student art projects in How I Made The World; the surreal and nightmarish Illustrated Girl #1; Sam Eggelston’s taut space thriller Last Breath: Survival Against All Odds; and pulpy monster fighting action in Kevin Gentilcore’s The Haunter #1.
Congratulations to Matthew Inman’s The Oatmeal for scooping the best digital/webcomic prize at the Eisner Awards 2014, presented at the San Diego Comic Con 2014. This superb collection of pop culture memes, quizzes, and stories is one of the most shared sites on the internet with a huge and dedicated following.
One of the main complaints about the ComiXology platform, when it came to buying and reading your digital comics (at least before the Amazon buy out) was the fact that your comics weren’t yours to download and back up on your PC. Well, today during their panel at Comic-Con International in San Diego that is about to change thanks to ComiXology DRM-free backups being made available, allowing readers to download and store copies of their favourite digital comics.
It may be a bit of a wait for all you hardcore Cap fans, but it’ll be worth it, as this October, ahead of the highly anticipated new series All-New Captain America, you can get a first taste of Sam Wilson wielding the shield in all-new Captain America: Fear Him Infinite comic, the latest 6-issue digital-first mini series from Marvel Comics!
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?
This year’s shortlist for the Best Digital/Web Comic Eisner Award is one of the most diverse we’ve seen and one of the most insightful is Melanie Gilman’s As The Crow Flies webcomic. The tale of a gay African American teen on a Christian hiking trip touches issues of homophobia, racism and gender, all within the stunning scenery of the Rocky Mountains. With beautiful hand drawn pencil artwork, Melanie’s work informs, educates and entertains without ever feeling preachy, so we got in touch to find out more about experiences on teenage camping retreats and how the industry recognition as helped develop this wonderful web comic.
Ahead of San Diego Comic Con, MonkeyBrain Comics have unveiled two ore fantastic titles that will be available exclusively from ComiXology this week – Heartbreakers #4 and The Fallen #3, we take a first look!
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?
Digital comics are on the rise, it’s official! This week pop culture experts, ICv2.com have released an eye opening analysis of growth in the digital comics market with digital comics sales growing to a staggering $90 million in 2013.