The Twilight Children_Cv1DC Comics fans who purchase The Sandman: Overture #6 digitally, are in for a treat when the final issue of Neil Gaiman’s epic prequel is released on September 30th. As well as the final adventure of Dream and co. it will also include an exclusive black and white preview of The Twilight Children the highly anticipated new Vertigo Comics series by the legendary Gilbert Hernandez (Love And Rockets) and Darwyn Cooke (DC: The New Frontier).

Back in October we told you about the superb charity digital comic project from Sequential the graphic novel app , that saw them release Neil Gaiman’s Lost Tales for the iPad and donate money to Malaria No More UK for every download. Well, we are delighted to announce that  they have handed over the first cheque to Malaria No More UK for $2,000 and to celebrate they sent us this fantastic comic strip.

We’ve a decidedly spooky collection of must-read digital comics this Halloween weekend with the new issue of Neil Gaiman’s Sandman: Overture, Stephan Franck’s vampire/heist adventure Silver and all-ages fun with Plants vs. Zombies Lawnmageddon.

We return to the world of The Endless this week with the release of Neil Gaiman’s The Sandman: Overture #1 from DC Comics imprint Vertigo. The first installment of the six-issue series hits ComiXology and the DC Comics app and marks Gaiman’s first Sandman story in 10 years – we could not be more excited if we tried!

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.

British author Neil Gaiman is a phenomenon, with an international fan base, nearly two million Twitter followers and a string of best-selling books and graphic novels to his name. Today, Knockabout Comics, publishers of comics legends including Gilbert Shelton, Robert Crumb and Alan Moore, and Sequential, the digital graphic novel iPad app, announce the release of an exclusive – and totally free – digital collection of Neil Gaiman’s ‘lost’ comic strips from the 1980s, in aid of charity Malaria No More UK. 

It was the series that changed comics forever. With the utterance of one word, Michael Moran transformed from the ordinary into the extraordinary – and Miracleman was born! Long out of print, Marvel Comics has announced that the earth-shattering stories that injected new levels of sophistication into the super hero genre will finally see the light of day once again and for the first time in digital!