New Digital Comics Series from Comixology 20th May 2010

Below are the latest series provided by Comixology via their iPhone app
 
From the dawn of the 20th Century came a new chapter in mankind’s history, unleashed during a time of great war and destruction. It was the beginning of the Age of the SUPERPOWERS, yet with the closing of the Second World War, this new spark seemingly flickered and died.
Until now…Now the story can be told of the great lost SUPERPOWERS — men and women with incredible abilities who changed the course of mankind forever… and who had been thought lost…
Until now…
 
The Wakandan super hero is back with Hollywood heavyweight Hudlin (HOUSE PARTY, BOOMERANG) and fan favorite Romita Jr. (WOLVERINE, AMAZING SPIDER-MAN), teaming up to deliver a new ongoing series that’s sure to excite true believers and the hip hop faithful. The Black Panther’s origin is retold in a cinematic scope with social satire and all-out action. Marvel has big plans for the Panther. He’s destined to become a key player in the Marvel Universe this year, so reader, get on board now!
 
For the young mouse Karic, the Mice Templar are merely an exciting legend. They were real, though, and a vicious civil war left them scattered and all mouse culture in the grip of brutal rat masters. When Karic’s family is enslaved, he realizes their only hope of freedom lies in his paws?if he can only find the courage and strength to become one of the legendary Templar himself.
 
28 Days Later comes to comics as an ongoing series, connecting the film 28 Days Later to its sequel 28 Weeks Later! Focusing on Selena, one of the three survivors of the first film, as she embarks on an epic journey of her return to Great Britain! Scripted by Hexed and Fall Of Cthulhu’s Michael Alan Nelson and drawn by newcomer sensation Declan Shalvey.
 
In the near future, the United States transforms warfare by testing lethal remote-controlled robotic drones on the front lines. To the world’s other powers, the technology is something to be coveted and stolen. To a group of stateside fun-loving hackers, it is the ultimate video game. As featured in FCBD 2009!
 
Masked vigilantes wage class warfare on the roofs 1950’s New York. Moon Girl, champion of the counter culture, must become more-than-human to defeat Satana, Sugar Plum Fairy and Tiki Bob!

Read the title POPMatters says is “Destined to be a Classic.”

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