Tim Gibson’s Moth City gets its first spin off this week in the form of Moth City Preludes: The Reservoir – an origin story for the maniacal Governor McCaw that is pitched as a western in black, white and blood. But can the evil Governor sustain the story on his own? Especially in a black […]
“There’s something in the black hatted western bad-ass that fits McCaw so well” we look at Tim Gibson’s The Reservoir a new Moth City spin-off
If you’re like us and can’t get enough the brilliant Moth City then you’re in for a treat next month as Tim Gibson’s The Reservoir is set to be released on February 5th via ComiXology. Part indie arthouse comic, part Cormac McCarthy style western, The Reservoir is a black and white one-shot that gives us an look at the […]
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 […]
News: Mark Waid’s Thrillbent unveils new DRM free storefront (including ‘pay-what-you-want’ for collections of Insufferable)
Not content with just creating some of the most exciting digital comics around and giving them away in free bite-size instalments every week, Mark Waid’s Thrillbent Digital Comics have today announced the launch of a new online store! But it’s no ordinary store, as you can now purchase collected editions of your favourite Thrillbent comics DRM-free, direct […]
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
“People get distracted by the technology of digital comics” Moth City creator Tim Gibson talks ComiXology Submit, digital distribution and the secret to a good season finale!
Writer/artist Tim Gibson made his name working for Peter Jackson’s Weta in his native New Zealand, which may sound like a dream job for many, but what he really wanted to do was make comics. Thanks to the new ‘can do’ attitude of the digital comics revolution, and with a grant from the New Zealand government, […]
We reviewed the amazing Moth City from Tim Gibson this week and to celebrate it’s launch on Mark Waid’s Thrillbent site, this stunning trailer has been released. Enjoy! Check back on Tuesday for an exclusive interview with Moth City creator Tim Gibson!
Based in 1930s China and part-funded by the New Zealand government, Tim Gibson’s Moth City has been memorably described by Thrillbent‘s Mark Waid as being ‘f**king great’ and who are we to disagree?!