Techland have pointed out that long running series and soon to be on TV series was released the same day in print as it was in digital… Here’s something potentially interesting:Â iFanboy has noticed that the most recent issue of Robert Kirkman’sÂ The Walking Dead was released on the same day, at the same price point, in[…]
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Date : September 25, 2010
Cheese Hasselberger, editor of the comic ‘House of Twelve‘ has announced that the latest issue (#2) is now available on the iPhone. I reviewed and enjoyed issue #1 and wouldÂ recommend #2 of this series. After spending the summer in ‘discussions’ with Apple about their seemingly arbitrary content restrictions, the second issue was finally released last[…]
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- Reviews: Daredevil, Darth V… by Michael Nimmo
Quick reviews of Darth Vader #3, Daredevil #14 & Nova #28! Writing his own life story has inadvertently forced Matt Murdock to face his darkest demons, and it’s changing him. Kirsten and Foggy don’t like the man Daredevil is becoming, and neither do the San Francisco police! Daredevil is changing, he’s becoming more carefree.[…]
- Review: Doctor Who: The Ele… by Michael Nimmo
The Doctor has lost himself in a hostile takeover of SERVEYOUinc, and it’s up to Alice, Jones and ARC to bring him back to his senses. And if that takes a little judicious cosplay, well, Alice is all for it! This issue to complete the giant arc over the last 10 issues has a little[…]
- From Forbidden Planet: Pop!… by Michael Nimmo
I got a few at London Super Comic Con, and here are the latest Pop! Vinyl Figures available from Forbidden Planet! Pop! Vinyl Figure: Ray Gun Stewie It seems today, that all you see is violence in movies and sex on TV! Lucky there’s a Family Guy Stewie Griffin Pop! Vinyl Figure! Watch out[…]
- Review: Gotham Academy #6 by Michael Nimmo
Holy cow, it’s Taco Tuesday! Oh…and Olive battles Batman! Gotham Academy is the only DC title I am reading on a regular basis, and this issue, which rounds off the first storyline, still doesn’t disappoint. Yes, it brings in some wider aspects of the DCU – Batman, Arkham, Killer Croc – but it doesn’t[…]
- Reviews: Realm War: Age Of … by Michael Nimmo
Quick thoughts on this week's digital comics available from Zenescope! We're close to the end as we enter the final act of Age Of Darkness with issue #8 of 12. The Dark Queen showing her power and Sela and her forces preparing for a fight against her. All the characters are getting into place as[…]
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Some thoughts on this week's digital comics from IDW Publishing! Angry Birds #9 continues worth some fun short stories that I enjoy reading to my son. There are some excellent comedy moments – mainly coming from the pics! I hope they stay to the younger humor though, as there is a danger of missing out[…]
- Fund Me Friday: The Forever… by Michael Nimmo
Here are the latest Kickstarter comics available with digital comics in their reward tiers! The Forever Maps by Michael Lagacé and Todor Hristov by Michael Lagacé The Forever Maps begins in 1794 when a young man named John leaves home. No longer willing to suffer the abuse of his father or see his mother hurt protecting[…]
- Review: The Black Hood #2 by Michael Nimmo
The Bullet’s Kiss, Part 2 NEW SERIES FROM DARK CIRCLE! The acclaimed crime series continues with another dose of deadly noir by two masters of the genre. When you steal from the underworld, the underworld will come looking for you — even if you’re a cop. Greg Hettinger has unwittingly crossed the city’s most fearsome[…]
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The end of this maxi series finishes with a flourish! Jumping straight on from the last issue’s cliffhanger we get some glorious scenes – the city seen from above, and the ‘press’ helicopter! This issue is split into two parts – the firsts deals with the set up from the previous issue, with our heroes[…]
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