Marvel Infinite comicsIt’s was a bit quiet in the world of Marvel Infinite comics in 2015, but in recent months there seems to have been something of a deluge  as we see fantastic team-ups from big name Marvel heroes strutting their stuff in the world of cutting edge digital comics.​ We round-up some of the best featuring Deadpool & Cable, Amazing Spider-man & Silk, Daredevil & The Punisher as well as the Avengers and the Guardians of the Galaxy.

Guardians of the Galaxy Infinite One-ShotAs the world gets ready to go Guardians of the Galaxy crazy with the launch of the new movie, Marvel have blasted off  an all-new, high stakes, high octane adventure with the rag-tag team of space scoundrels in a new Guardians Of The Galaxy Infinite comics one-shot available now via ComiXology, the Marvel Comics App and Marvel Digital Comic Store!

This week’s must-read digital comics include a prequel to a Marvel blockbuster in Guardians of the Galaxy Infinite, a new instalment of BKV’s outstanding The Private Eye as well as a great new indie series, The Tellurian, which takes dedication in creating a comic to new levels. There’s also a great indie showcase from aspiring writer Jesse Young.

One of the great things about digital comics is that they aren’t constrained to a particular page size – unlike their printed predecessors. As a result a whole host of superbly innovative and exciting digital comics have been made even more inventive thanks to the use of landscape orientated pages. Here are 10 of our favourite landscape oriented digital comics…

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.

Guardians of the Galaxy Infinite DraxLast week saw the release of a new series of Marvel Infinite Comics based around their intergalactic superheroes, Guardians of the Galaxy. The team behind the first issue, Drax the Destroyer, are the superstar team behind Powers, writer Brian Michael Bendis and artist Michael Avon Oeming. Keen to get the scoop on what it was like for such an established team to work in the exciting world of digital comics – especially a team who are used to working on creator owned projects – we contacted Michael Avon Oeming to ask him just how got involved with the Guardians and whether this would inspire him to create digital editions of his creator owned titles.

Marvel ComicsThis weekend Marvel unveiled 3 exciting new initiatives at the South by South West festival in Austin, Texas as they look to ‘re’-evolve’ the world of digital comics – their words, not ours! by releasing them at SXSW’s Interactive event, which is primarily focused on technology and interactive web design, Marvel made a clear statement of intent that the world of digital comics is one that will be the real driving force for them in 2013