In 2014 Madefire were crowned the best Digital Comics App of the year for their mix of innovative motion comics and growing platform of new titles from major publishers. But how will they fair this year, in the face of opposition from new publishing platforms, digital innovators and a few old rivals who are getting […]
Not content with just producing some of the world’s best cutting edge digital comics, today Mark Waid and John Rogers’ Thrillbent have announced that award-winning writer/artist Terry Moore, will be bringing his long-running masterpiece Strangers In Paradise to the site beginning Friday, July 3.
Mark Waid is no stranger to the world of digital comics, thanks to his digital imprint Thrillbent and his work on Marvel’s Infinite comics he has become a de facto godfather of digital comics. Well he has taken that role one step further with the announcement of a new digital comics super team – The Digital Comics Coalition – and […]
It’s been another amazing year for digital comics, with new publishers and titles released every week, not to mention some old favourites going from strength to strength too. All this has made picking our top 10 digital comics of 2014 a real challenge, but we’ve finally narrowed it down and we hope you agree with the ones […]
As a warm up to our year-end awards and the prestigious Digital Comic of the Year poll, (which will be coming very soon), we decided to get our readers in the voting spirit with a poll to tell us which was the best digital comics app and reveal the Pipedream Comics’ App of the Year 2014. We […]
Available once again on ComiXology Valentine #1 and #2 from Alex de Campi and Christine Larsen is one of the forgotten classics of digital comics, yet has influenced a whole generation of comic creators. Re-issued via Mark Waid’s Thrillbent label how does this 5 year old comic compare to the young upstarts who followed it?
The digital comics dream team of Mark Waid and Peter Krause tackle the Man Without Fear and take him into the brave new world of Infinite Comics (via San Francisco) in Marvel Comics’ Daredevil: Road Warrior #1.
“If someone gave me a reasonable budget for coding and art, I could make the most shit-hot, next-level digital comic you have ever seen!” Alex de Campi on being a digital comics trailblazer and the return of Valentine on Thrillbent
When it comes to the evolution of digital comics, Alex de Campi’s Valentine may not be a name that is instantly associated with the rise of ComiXology and Guided View, but it is every bit as important and influential as any Infinite title. Along with artist Christine Larsen, de Campi paved the way for what we currently […]
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 […]
Sunday Digest 24/11/13 – the weekend’s must-read digital comics including MonkeyBrain’s D4VE, Fantagraphics’ Violenzia and The Eighth Seal from Thrillbent
This week’s must-read digital comics feature a robot hero having a mid-life crisis in D4VE from MonkeyBrain Comics, a bloodthirsty hit woman who lives up to her enigmatic name of Violenzia and supernatural scares from the latest installment of James Tynion IV and Jeremy Rock’s The Eighth Seal.