Starting life on deviantArt, Madefire’s newest indie horror motion book Milk for the Ugly has been downloaded over 400,000 times – but is this digital horror offering worthy of it’s promotion to the main app’s storefront?
Madefire and Boom! Studios go biblical, dragging Old Testament characters kicking and screaming into the modern world with Clive Barker’s Next Testament #1 & #2. Controversial? Maybe. Entertaining? Definitely.
In his latest column, aspiring comic book writer Ryan Garcia looks at the tricky issue of money and how best to spend it in The Garcia Method: How much does a digital comic cost to make?
In her latest column, our intrepid columnist Lizzie Boyle Says talks to some industry experts about the future of UK comics and finds out that the future is digital!
Valiant Entertainment’s latest spin-off Harbinger: Omegas #1 kicks off a new chapter for our favorite psiots, Peter Stanchek and Toyo Harada. With a story that is sure to please existing fans of these characters, but will it give new fans a good place to jump on?
Armor Hunters: Harbinger #1 continues Valiant’s series of spin-offs for their epic summer crossover by bringing the Generation Zero kids from the main Harbinger series into the spotlight, and throws them right in the center of Mexico City to help with relief efforts after the destruction of the city at the hands of the Armor […]
Now our columnist Ryan Garcia has a first draft of his comic script it’s time to fine tune it, and that’s where you need an editor to tell it to you straight. In his guide to how to write a digital comic, Ryan explains all in The Garcia Method: Why editing is the single most significant […]
Valiant Entertainment’s biggest crossover event ever starts with Armor Hunters #1 as the stage is set for events that will have major repercussions in the Valiant universe for years to come.
Spinning out of Valiant Entertainment’s epic Armor Hunters summer crossover, the world’s most dangerous weapon Bloodshot gets pressed into service by the top secret M.E.R.O., but will he remain the hunter or become the hunted in Armor Hunters: Bloodshot #1.
Image Comics’ arctic set horror Spread #1 sees a man called No take on a genocidal tentacled monster and rescue a mysterious baby called Hope. But should Justin Joran and Kyle Strahm’s blood-soaked alien beasties be allowed to spread, or should they be kept in quarantine?