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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RAD (aka the Recon Attack Dolphin), is the latest character to be released into the Madefire universe. This über intelligent albino dolphin is the perfect undersea weapon with bionic fins, stealth propulsion, visual sonar and a tragic backstory! But will RAD #1 make a splash or will it sink without a trace?
Hiding behind the enigmatic blood stained barcode of this monochrome cover lurks Madefire’s latest indie motion book Salvage #1. Eighty-two clones have been sent to colonise other worlds and all have perished. Will Clone 83 succeed where the others failed?
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!
Everyone’s favourite hybrid secret agent has halted Japan’s plan to weaponise the sea but can he complete his mission and destroy the base once and for all in Brian Wood and Sergio Sandoval’s Mono: Pacific #5 and #6 motion book from Madefire?
Madefire’s most sinister motion book returns to our screens in Houses of the Holy #7 and #8 as Mike Carey and Dave Kendall’s slow-burning vampire tale takes a detour and adds flesh to its ever-so-nasty Nazi bones.
Horror supremo Clive Barker’s frightening short stories from the 1980s are brought to life on the Madefire Motion Book platform – just in time for Halloween with Clive Barker’s Books of Blood #1.
Our titular hero faces up to a the threat of a Samurai Gorilla and uncovers a dastardly Japanese trap for the Allied forces in Mono #4. But can this Madefire original retain it’s high quality with it’s new regular release schedule?
Deep space is a bleak place to be – especially if you’re stuck in a damaged pod and all alone! Shaun Mullen and Ian Beck bring their independent skills to Madefire’s motion book platform with Life Support #1, but will this new indie motion book be a life-saver or leave you needing medical help?