Mollie Danger KickstarterAfter a 3 year hiatus, former Digital Comic of the Year runner-up Molly Danger is scheduled to return to our screens, as creator Jamal Igle has launched a new Molly Danger Kickstarter campaign to fund production of a bimonthly Molly Danger series! Igle launched the Molly Danger series in 2012 with a Kickstarter campaign for the first book, raising $50,000 dollars and achieving critical and popular success. Igle is now looking to produce a six issue series and you can help!.

This weekend’s must-read digital comics include Dark Horse Comics’ latest resurrection of a Joss Whedon TV series in Serenity: Leaves on the Wind #1, more action from the runner up in our digital comic of the year poll Molly Danger and an indie spirited ‘weird west’ anthology called Tall Tales from the Badlands #3.

Action Lab Comics, publishers of the brilliant Molly Danger are adding to their ever-growing catalog of digital comics this Autumn. Alongside new ComiXology Guided View exclusives these also include the recently added  mature readers line Danger Zone, and we’ve got a full rundown of these exciting new digital titles.

Molly DangerMolly Danger from Jamal ‘Supergirl’ Igle and Action Lab Comics is one of our favourite new titles in ComiXology’s Guided View section. Mixing the action-packed world of superheroes and giant robots with a coming of age story of a girl who is trying to deal with fame, celebrity and being a 10 year old superhero who has been saving the city of Coopersville for over 20 years! It’s a really refreshing and original read in a saturated market which does a great job of maximising the world of Guided View. It’s also a digital exclusive, funded by Kickstarter, which makes it right up our street, so we contacted creator Jamal Igle to discover more about Molly-world! 

This week’s Sunday Digest features must-read digital comics from Neil Gaiman and Knockabout Comics with charity graphic novel Neil Gaiman’s Lost Tales on the Sequential iPad app, Jamal Igle’s pre-teen/Guided View superhero adventure Molly Danger, Kieron Gillen and Jamie McKelvie’s groundbreaking Phonogram, plus another offering from ‘Down Under’ with The Deep: Here Be Dragons from Gestalt Comics in Australia.