Our titular hero still hasn’t been found but we’re finally getting closer to uncovering the mystery of where he’s gone in the latest instalment of Liam Sharp and Christina McCormack’s award-winning Captain Stone Is Missing #9 motion book from Madefire.
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With the Madefire originals making their debut in print courtesy of Titan Comics, we take a look back at Liam Sharp’s award-winning Captain Stone Is Missing #1. Does this former Digital Comic of The Year still stand up with the very best or has time dimmed its appeal?
After months of waiting the latest issue of Liam Sharp’s visually stunning whodunit is here with the Captain Stone is Missing #8 motion book from Madefire. And you’ve guessed it, Cap is still missing! But perhaps not for much longer!
When they’re not bringing us some of the most ground-breaking digital comics around like Batman: Arkham Origins, or converting some of the comics world’s biggest names like Batman, Superman and Hellboy into motion books, Liam Sharp and the Madefire team find time to create some of the most innovative digital comics around. Hot on the heels […]
“If we don’t do it, somebody else will! This isn’t a mutually exclusive medium.” Madefire’s Liam Sharp tells Pipedream Comics “why I love digital comics”
The latest in our series of guest columns about ‘why I love digital comics’ comes from Madefire co-founder and digital pioneer Liam Sharp.
Madefire, creators of the Pipedream Comics Digital Comic of the Year 2012 and the 5-star rated Madefire App for iOS, have announced they have closed $5.2 million in Series A funding, meaning the future of their unique brand of motion books like Captain Stone is Missing, Mono and Treatment is looking very bright.
“The Engine would smell like a mix of diesel fuel, old leather and bay rum” Jimmy Broxton and Guy Adams discuss Madefire’s The Engine and the smell of motion books
What do you get if you cross a giant Soviet robot from the 1930s with a bunch of dissidents in a Siberian salt mine and add in a liberal dose of motion book magic? Quite simply, you get The Engine! Launched alongside such big name motion books as Captain Stone and Treatment in the first […]
“Elementary, my dear readers.” It’s time we solved the mystery of Liam Sharp and Bill Sienkiewicz’s motion comics take on Arthur Conan Doyle’s classic detective. But how does the Victorian sleuth fare in the 21st century world of digital comics?
After the dramatic revelations about Captain Stone’s disappearance in issue 4 we delve deeper into the world of his vampiric half sister Charlie Chance, the former model, PETA activist and apprentice cat burglar, in the latest instalments of Liam Sharp’s Captain Stone is Missing from Madefire.
According to writer Ben Abernathy, Madefire‘s new series The Heroes Club is packed full of insider jokes and subtle references to the Madefire world, but what (or rather who) on earth could this bully be referring to when confronting Captain Stone? Download the whole of The Heroes Club #1 now via the Madefire app