Graphicly have released their latest titles available online, on iOS and Android.
To go with that is the news that in addition to their blog they will be adding resource information to digital comic creators – like the post from Mike Jasper earlier today!
Â Today, we hope to accelerate our support of those educational efforts by launchingÂ Graphicly Resources. While it lives withinÂ our blogÂ (also launched today), it really is a separate thing — certainly not Graphicly-centric — with a separate function. So what is it? Simply stated, it is going to be the place for creators and publishers to go to find everything they need to be successful digitally.
The first post, by Mike Jasper ofÂ Unwrecked PressÂ andIn Maps & LegendsÂ fame, talks about the options a creator has for publishing her work digitally. We expect to have many more posts in the coming weeks, months and years, as well as links and templates and other resources for creators and publishers. It may live on Graphicly, but its not “ours.” Its yours, and if you would like to post something in Graphicly Resources, just send David Carp an email atÂ email@example.com.
This is all good news!
In addition to the new comics listed below, Graphicly also have a preview from Image Comics of ‘Extreme 2012’
We have a free preview ofÂ Image Comics – Extreme 2012. Which was unveiled at NYCC, and is the return of Rob Liefeld’s Extreme Studios titles: Supreme, Youngblood, Glory, Prophet and Bloodstrike. Check it out, y’all! Its rad.