DriveThruComics: Liberty Comics, Witchblade & More

Drive Thru Comics have released their latest digital comics available to download:

Fire up the grill, set off some explosions, and raise the flag – it’s the Fourth of July holiday here in the United States! Probably not at all surprising to those of you who know anything about us that both food and explosions figure into our celebrations…

At any rate, I thought it would be a great time to showcase a few titles that relate to the history and concept of America –

Captain Midnight

Born in the blazing crucible of war, but sworn to fight for peace, the mysterious obsidian aviator known only by the codenameCaptain Midnight… flies again!

An ace pilot, super secret agent, and astounding scientific genius, the heroic Captain Midnight ruled the radio airwaves and starred in comic books, film serials and a classic television series.

Now, when we need him most, he has returned, along with his legendary Secret Squadron– to battle spies, saboteurs and the mercenary armies of the evil warmonger Ivan Shark and his delectably deadly daughter, Fury. Join the Captain and his elite air warriors in eleven all-new stories by some of the greatest adventure writers in the world, as they battle evil and fight for freedom all over the world!

Labor & Love

There is a group of compelling, bewitching folk songs that are part of American’s cultural DNA: murder ballads, work songs, sea shanties. Though many of them originated in the British Isles, immigrants brought them here and filtered them through American experiences, making them part of the foundation of American music.

And they are weird. From songs narrated by a bird witnessing murder committed by a spurned lover to a song about a fiddle made of flesh and bone playing the song of its creation, they explore—as Greil Marcus famously dubbed it—the old, weird America.

The songs may seem initially clear, but they’re also impossible to completely understand. Even when you’re looking at them you can’t quite see them, as in a dream, or a nightmare. Listening to them, it often feels that there’s an entire world of meaning beneath the lyrics and the events described that one knows is there but has no hope of accessing. It’s that sense of mystery and wonder and memory that is present in each story in Labor and Love.


“It’s not the Star-Spangled Banner, though that’s never far away in Roy Thomas‘ Anthem, due for release with #1 on Jan. 25, 2006, from Heroic Publishing. The series illustrates a darker alternate Earth where Pearl Harbor was actually a massive assault on the U.S. West Coast combined with an attack on the East Coast by Nazi troops.

Thomas said that though the title inspiration came from philosopher Ayn Rand’s book of the same name, he utilized certain elements of the 1814 Francis Scott Key song. Thomas named various members of the Anthem team after the phrases in Key’s tune — Dawns Earlylight, “Rockets” Redglare, Bomb-Burst, and others, all led by a mysterious figure known as Agent 76.” –

Werewolves of Wisconsin

The United States has a rich haunted history not often recounted in school. Beyond the Liberty Bell and right under the presidential noses on Mount Rushmore exists a dark and sinister world, which harbors secret creatures, beings both malevolent and benevolent, that inhabit the nation–ghosts and monsters unwilling or unable to abandon the American landscape.

Hitchhike along on the transnational road trip of Werewolves of Wisconsin with excursions to the most haunted American locations, including the home of Lizzie Borden, the Waverly Hills Sanatorium, and the Winchester Mystery House.

Close your eyes through Ohio, purported to be the most haunted state in the nation. Watch out for the Frozen Bodies in Lake Tahoe, the Werewolves rumored to roam a lone stretch of road in Wisconsin, and the Bell Witch of Tennessee. And don’t venture too close to the colonial era cemetery in Leicester, Massachusetts, for as the story goes, the only way out is through Hell.

Free Product of the Week

Free weekly productWitch Hunter, issue 1
by Monarch Comics

This 44-page 1st issue features Witch Hunter’s origin and first adventure, a schematic of his magic detection device and portal tuner, the Witch Watch, a Witch Hunter public disservice announcement pin-up, and a page from The Lantern newsmagazine, being the last, fading light of truth in the media.

44-page 1st Issue Special – FULL COLOR – Includes Origin, Bonus Features, Pin-ups, Standalone Introductory Adventure, & Portents of Larger, Ongoing Story!

Get It Free

Other Featured Titles

Featured TitleReturn of the Originals: The Spider & Domino Lady
by Moonstone

A Return of the Originals event!

“The Lady and the Spider”. A tale told in widevision!

Be here for a HOT TIME in the DEAD TOWN tonight!

A catastrophe puts The Spider in the arms of lovely Domino Lady. Be here for the first time the Master of Men and the Sexy Avenger ignite the comic pages, as they deal with spontaneous flaming zombies!

Get It Now

$3.99 $1.99

Featured TitleWeb-Spinning Heroics: Critical Essays on the History and Meaning of Spider-Man
by McFarland

This volume collects a wide-ranging sample of fresh analyses of Spider-Man. It traverses boundaries of medium, genre, epistemology and discipline in essays both insightful and passionate that move forward the study of one of the world’s most beloved characters. The editors have crafted the book for fans, creators and academics alike. Foreword by Tom DeFalco, with poetry and an afterword by Gary Jackson (winner of the 2009 Cave Canem Poetry Prize).

Get It Now

$40.00 $24.99

Featured TitleLiberty Comics #07
by Heroic Publishing

The Golden Age lives again when the LIBERTY GIRL returns in two all-new adventures.First, it’s a Rob Jones solo stunner when the Liberty Girl takes on the Imperial Japanese heroine know as ZERO.Also in this issue, in “A Tale of Malice,” by Wilson Hill and Franco Urru, it’s Christmas 1932, and the original GIANT finds he has hand full trying to control the demon that lives within the soul of the woman he loves.Finally, when a renegade sorcerer threatens New York City on the eve of World War II, America’s bronze goddess of freedom finds she has “Bigger Problems” to deal with in this new adventure by Peter Aiken, Craig Cernak, and Rob Jones.

Get It Now

$4.99 $1.50

Pick of the Week

Pick of the WeekWitchblade #157
by Top Cow

“PORTALS,” Part OneEven as she struggles to make ends meet as a PI, Sara Pezzini can’t help but be drawn into the corrupt supernatural underbelly of Chicago. Her discovery of mystical portals around the city will lead her to a realm unlike anything she’s experienced before and bring her face-to-face with a former bearer of the Witchblade!

As a special bonus get The Darkness: Lodbrok’s Hand free from Top Cow and!

Get It Now




Newest Free Products

Secret Identity Podcast Issue #442–Hypernaturals, Ghostbusters and Daredevil
by Secret Identity

Download Location of the Week: Hartford, CT Feedback ReviewsHypernaturals #1Before Watchmen: Nite Owl #1Amazing Spider-Man #688Ghostbusters #9Daredevil #14 Summer Reading ProjectThe Infinity Gauntlet #4 Send comments OR leave …

Secret Identity Podcast Issue #441–Mars Attacks and Trixter
by Secret Identity

NewsdeskIGN’s top 25 Spidey storiesMetallica’s Kirk Hammet’s new bookUpcoming releases ReviewsRichie Rich #5Mars Attacks #1 Liner NotesTrixter: New Audio Machine Summer Watching ProjectBrisco County Jr.–The Orb Scholar Creator Spotlight: Sean MurphyM…

Discussions with Decapitated Dan #98: Tim Daniel
by Decapitated Dan

Horror comics have been scaring readers for years. Is there anyone brave enough to sit down with their creators? This is Discussions with Decapitated Dan. Listen in this week as Dan is joined by writer Tim Daniel to talk about his new book Enormous and s…



Newest Products

Vincent Price: House of Horrors #2
by Blue Water Productions
Price: $1.99

An all-new 4 issue mini series from the Master of Horror. A small, weird western town on the edge of hell is invaded by a horde of demons in the shape of bandits. On their wild rampage through the town, the bandits run afoul of an Asperger’s syndrome boy…

The Royals: Kate Middleton
by Blue Water Productions
Price: $1.99

With the announcement of their impending nuptials, Prince William and Kate Middleton have captured the public imagination in much the same way the William’s parents did a generation ago. Now Bluewater Productions is publishing a behind-the-curtain look a…

Dork Tower #34: A Brief History of Gaming
by Dork Storm Press
Price: $1.99

Dork Tower is for anybody who’s ever played Dungeons and Dragons, who’s ever gone to a Star Trek convention, anyone who suspects that anime is growing, or anyone who KNOWS one of these people. But it’s really for people who know what saving rolls you need…

Subscribe to Blog via Email

Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.

Join 4,150 other subscribers.

This is 3 Million Years

3 Million Years is your mobile comics blog.

I will endevor to bring the latest news, reviews and commentary in digital comics online, on iOS and Android.

If you are looking for comics on the iPhone, iPad, Android and other mobile devices this is where you get your news!

With news from Comixology, iVerse and other developers and the latest comics from the likes of Marvel, DC, IDW and more you can get all you need from 3 Million Years

Do you want to talk more digital comics to me? You can contact me at the link below...
Contact Me
or go to the contact page and get me through one of the links!

Comic Previews

Preview: 2000 AD – Prog 2123

March 18, 2019 Michael Nimmo 0

New stories begin in this weeks 2000 AD – Prog 2123. Here’s what’s inside! UK and DIGITAL: 20th March 2019 £2.85 NORTH AMERICA: 20th April 2019 $22.40 (per pack) DIAMOND: JAN192055 COVER: LEIGH GALLAGHER In this issue:JUDGE DREDD: CITIZENSHIP by Rory […]

Comic Previews

Preview: Judge Dredd Megazine #406

March 18, 2019 Michael Nimmo 0

Here’s what’s inside this months issue of Judge Dredd Megazine! UK and DIGITAL: 20th March 2019 £5.99 NORTH AMERICA: 20th April 2019 $13 DIAMOND: JAN192059 COVER: CLIFF ROBINSON (A) DYLAN TEAGUE (C) In this issue:JUDGE DREDD: PLANTED by Rory McConville […]

About Michael Nimmo 9557 Articles
Owner of the site, lord of all....