While I slept in the hot weather we’re having in the UK, things were happening in San Diego….
“We’re getting better and better with each one we do,” Alonso says of Infinite Comics. “It’s really the new frontier.”
Following Wolverine: Japan’s Most Wanted (pictured above) as the next weekly Infinite Comic is Iron Man: Fatal Frontier, written by Kieron Gillen and Al Ewing and illustrated by Lan Medina.
Marvel’s year-plus-old AR program is discussed — bonus content triggered through a mobile app — with the first installment shown of a new comedic video series featuring Marvel editors.
-Avatar is set to go digital in September, rolling out the publisher’s back catalogue, as well as day-and-date new issues going forward. Through Comixology.
-In October a new webcomic will launch with “Disenchanted” by Si Spurrier. Six new pages weekly. Totally free. The first issue will be published in print, for free, in time for Halloween.
Li’l Gotham, Adventures of Superman, Injustice: Gods Among Us, Batman ’66, Legends of the Dark Knight & Smallville Special #3
DC Digital’s Hank Kanalz took the stage to announce a new Vampire Diaries weekly series that features both the main trio and the Originals from the show.
Beware The Batman is the digital-first comic based on the new DC Nation animated series. The new, very-different Alfred is a favorite of creators working on the seris so far.
A new series, Scooby-Doo Meets Batan and Robin #1 is coming in November 2013. Sholly Fisch is writing the series, with “many ideas to keep telling stories.” Miller joked that it opens the door to “Royal Flush Gang versus Harlem Globetrotters.” The series will only come out every other month, more as a series of specials.
Teen Titans Go! comes to DC Digital in December 2013, “we are not falling behind Cartoon Network’s stories,” was the only tease, but more will be said about it at New York Comic-Con 2013.