Here are the latest digital comics and digital graphic novels available on the Sequential app on the iPad
Top Shelf • 50% off • $9.99 / £7.99 • 146 pp
by Julian Hanshaw
“It’s wonderful and inspiring to see a generation of authors with no preconceptions about what comics should be, and what sort of stories they should tell, flourish in this new golden age. Tim Ginger is an understated, wryly observed, and welcome addition to this gathering of new voices.” — Dave McKean
Avery Hill • 45% off • $7.99 / £5.99 • 139 pp
by Rachael Smith
Exclusively on SEQUENTIAL – not out in print until 28th August! Get it now for 45% off the print price!
“A deliciously dark, endearingly whimsical and tenderly observed tale of childhood rites of passage.” – Andy Oliver, Broken Frontier
Fanta • 20% off • $21.99 / £16.49 • 113 pp
by Ed Piskor
“Ed Piskor may just be the greatest thing to hit comics since Robert Crumb.” – Kim Deitch
Ed Piskor’s acclaimed graphic novel series continues! Book 3 highlights Run DMC’s rise to fame and introduces unassailable acts like Whodini, The Fat Boys, Slick Rick, and Doug E Fresh.
Avery Hill • 40% off • $3.99 / £2.99 • 28 pp
by Mike Medaglia
“It’s touching and personal, without being overly earnest. It has style without shouting ‘DESIGN’ to the post Warhol crowd. The great use of colour cannot be stressed enough in a critique. It changes our conceptions throughout the pages. The eye adjusts to the changing emotions through the books seasonal palette. Superb stuff indeed.” – Antony Esmond, Beard Rock
Avery Hill • 40% off • $3.99 / £2.99 • 30 pp
by Alex Potts
A grand existential crisis, a surreal Bulgakovian satire, or simply A Quiet Disaster? We follow Philip on his day off work as he struggles to find meaning and happiness through the everyday decisions that make up a day.
Avery Hill • 50% off • $3.99 / £2.99 • 39 pp
by Abe Christie
“The contemplative and often unassuming presentation of the work here has an underlying psychological throughline that is delicate but unyielding … [Christie is] an artist whose singular approach to the medium bears close watching in the near future.” – Andy Oliver, Broken Frontier
OFF LIFE #12 • FREE! • 31 pp by Various
This issue features work by Tillie Walden, Nick Vokey, Debbie Fong, Pete Gamlen, Alessandra De Cristofaro, Ellice Weaver, Stevie Gee and more, plus an interview with Charles Burns.
Just some Grimm Tales Of Terror this week from Zenescope! Writer: Brian Studler Ancient Navajo lore depicts skinwalkers as evil witches or creatures who can take on the form of any animal. But when a […]
Some thoughts on some of this weeks digital comics from IDW Publishing – Dick Tracy: Dead or Alive #3, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder in Hell #1, Judge Dredd: Toxic #3 and Teenage Mutant Ninja […]