This week’s must-read digital comics include three slices of sci-fi from different points on the spectrum. On the dark side are the official Dredd movie sequel comic book Judge Dredd: Underbelly and Joshua Hale Fialkov and Joe Infurnari’s dystopian time-travel series The Bunker and on the shinier side is Uproar Comics new sci-fi graphic novel Leap!

A clear sign that digital is slowly but surely taking over the world of comics is when digital first comics announce they are going into print – and not the other way round. The latest title to join that ever growing list of digital-first to print-second titles is Joshua Hale Fialkov and Joe Infurari’s bleak sci-fi tale The Bunker which has now found a home with the fine folks at Oni Press and will be available as a collected edition this February.

Joshua Hale FialkovThe Bunker is a dark and twisted, self-published time travel tale from writer Joshua Hale Fialkov and artist and Joe Infurnari. With it’s split narrative across multiple timelines and Infurnari’s brooding black and white graphics issue #1 rightly made itself a home in last month’s Sunday Digest, but with issue 2 about to hit ComiXology this week, what are the real secrets behind the bunker and it’s cryptic messages from the future. We contacted writer Joshua Hale Fialkov to find out more about the Bunker and how he would react to a cryptic message from his future self? 

This week’s must-read digital comics in the Sunday Digest include Captain Midnight, a golden age superhero throwback from Dark Horse Comics,  bleak dystopian sci-fi in The Bunker, a horrific new edition of Tim Gibsons’ brilliant Moth City, and a behind the scenes look at Brian K Vaughan and Marcos Martin’s pay-what-you-want series The Private Eye