1. Pipedream Comics Top 10 Digital Comics of 2012 | Pipedream Comics
    December 28, 2012 @ 7:54 am

    […]  1. Marvel Infinite – Avengers vs X-Men (Marvel Comics) Tying in to their super-summer crossover, Avengers vs. X-Men Marvel’s debut Infinite titles took digital comics to a new level with the polish and sheen you would expect from the world’s biggest comics company. Releasing three bonus issues that existed outside the regular continuity of Scott Summer’s battles with his fellow mutants they helped show off the possibility of the digital platform by making the most of some dynamic and exciting action. Written by digital comics godfather Mark Waid and featuring a roster of cutting edge talent, the Infinite books showed the world just what was in store for big time digital comics and should pave the way for digital comics in 2012. Celebrating the diversity of digital comics with Marvel Infinite and more […]


  2. Pipedream Pull List Extra: The Stars Below | Pipedream Comics
    December 28, 2012 @ 7:08 pm

    […] in August we reviewed the sublime Thoughts on a Winter Morning from Kurt Busiek and Steve Lieber and […]


  3. Pipedream Pull List: High Crimes, Denali, Phabula, Unfair (MonkeyBrain Comics) | Pipedream Comics
    February 19, 2013 @ 9:56 pm

    […] than get lost in the mix or stuck in an anthology. We’ve seen them do this expertly with Thoughts on A Winter Morning and The Stars Below, but adding to that list now is Unfair from writer Vance Sumner and artist Sandy […]


  4. “I love that every time you turn the page on an iOS device what’s coming next is a surprise” Kinski creator Gabriel Hardman discusses the best of digital comics and how to name a pet | Pipedream Comics
    May 14, 2013 @ 5:05 pm

    […] a man and a missing dog is in the same subtle real-world veign as the brilliant The Stars Below and Thoughts From A Winter Morning, and will be available exclusively via ComiXology this Wednesday. To find out more about this […]


  5. Sunday Digest 27/10/13 - this weekend's must-read digital comicsPipedream Comics
    October 29, 2013 @ 7:11 am

    […] unconventional, black and white one-shot, and so following in the footsteps of Kurt Busiek’s Thoughts on a Winter Morning and Zack Smith’s The Stars Below comes Tom Taylor and Colin Wilson’s The Example from […]


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