Digital Comics Release Round-Up 17th June 2020

It’s #NCBD again and here are the latest digital comics available from accross the internet this week.

Graphite has spotlighted a selection of digital comics from Humanoids this week. This includes the excellent The Incal and more…

The Incal (16+)

Dive into the Sci-Fi masterpiece by Mœbius and Jodorowsky about the tribulations of the shabby detective John Difool as he searches for the precious and coveted Incal. John Difool, a low-class detective in a degenerate dystopian world, finds his life turned upside down when he discovers an ancient, mystical artifact called The Incal. Difool’s adventures will bring him into conflict with the galaxy’s greatest warrior, the Metabaron, and will pit him against the awesome powers of the Technopope. These encounters and many more make up a tale of comic and cosmic proportions that has Difool fighting for not only his very survival, but also the survival of the entire universe.
The Metabaron (16+)
Action | Adventure | Science Fiction

The return of the greatest warrior in the universe: The Metabaron! 2 VOLUMES RELEASED – WORK IN 8 VOLUME(S). The Metabaron once single-handedly brought the Techno-Techno Empire to its knees. But in the chaos that followed, a new regime within the Techno-Techno civilization has rebuilt by seizing control of the galaxy’s most precious fuel, the Epiphyte. When this tyrannical new force learns that the Metabaron is back and headed towards Marmola, the only known source of Epiphyte, the Empire dispatches its most trusted servant: the notoriously invulnerable and cruel Wilhelm-100, The Techno-Admiral. Can the Metabaron save the universe once more, or has he finally met his match?


Bigby Bear (ALL)
Comedy | Kids

A series of vignettes on imagination, science, mathematics, and the life of our planet… shared from the perspective of a curious bear and his furry, forest-dwelling friends! Bigby Bear lives peacefully in the lush mountains where he was born. Struggling to figure out nature and its elements, Bigby engages in silly experiments of all kinds. Accompanied by his loyal rabbit friend, he gives us the secret to living a happy, simple life: to follow your curiosity, and make friends along the way.


The Ring of the Seven Worlds (13+)
Action | Adventure | Fantasy

Sci-Fi, Fantasy, Action/Adventure and Manga all blend into this Steampunk saga about interconnected worlds at the mercy of an invasion. Seven planets linked to one another by the multidimensional gates of a giant ring. Only the passage to Nemo, one of the Seven Worlds, has remained sealed for three centuries, in order to confine its people after they savagely attacked the rest of the Empire. When the infamous gate reopens and unleashes the ancient enemy, Timo and Luce, two teenagers from the planet Mose, are caught up in a war they were not prepared to fight.


Urban Legendz (10+)
Action | Adventure | Kids

A group of young vigilantes roam the streets of Brooklyn solving supernatural crimes. PUBLICATION IN 1 VOLUME – COMPLETED WORK. After his mother’s death, Dwayne is forced to uproot himself and move into the home where his mother grew up: a shabby apartment in Brooklyn. When your dad is a police officer, and your brother’s too cool for school, what’s an insecure teen supposed to do? Dwayne’s personal problems are cast aside when he joins a new crew of young vigilantes, devoted to solving a series of sinister cases surrounding mysterious monsters that have been wreaking havoc throughout the city. What if all of the Urban Legends we all fear… were real?


Izuna (16+)
Fantasy | Historical | Martial Arts

Since the dawn of time, the Izuna wolves have been entrusted as guardians against Japan’s evil spirits. Set in the wondrous world of Legend of the Scarlet Blades. From time immemorial, the spirits of nature created the Kamigakushi, a magical veil that hid them from the impure eyes of man. From that moment on, spirits and men could no longer gaze upon each other and lived as if belonging to separate worlds. One day, the Noggo appeared suddenly. No one knows how they came into being, but their harmful darkness began to infect the world of the Kami. That is why the sacred tree called Munemori created the Izuna, the only ones capable of battling the terrible scourge of the Noggo. But the mysterious birth of a wolf cub in the shape of a young girl threatens to upset the delicate balance between the two worlds and plunge both sides into chaos.


Carthago (16+)
Action | Adventure

In the insatiable quest for natural resources, humans are searching further and deeper into the earth, threatening to unleash monsters thought to be long gone… The megalodon, the prehistoric ancestor of the great white shark was the most ferocious predator of the seas, an 80 foot killing machine extinct for millions of years… But when divers drilling in an underwater cave are attacked by this living fossil, oceanographer Kim Melville discovers that this creature may not only have survived, but thrived, and is reclaiming its place at the top of the food chain.


Archie Comics has added some new digital comics to their Archie Unlimited app:

  • Sabrina’s Christmas Magic #8 (Archie Giant Series #479)
  • Sabrina’s Christmas Magic #9 (Archie Giant Series #491)
  • Archie Jumbo Comics Digest #305
  • Cosmo: The Mighty Martian #2

Also out this week:

Marvel Comics has added new digital comics to it’s Marvel Unlimited subscription service.

Markosia has Emily Corn: Discovering Darkness available this week on DriveThruComics.

She has no friends. She has no parents. Emily Corn has been brought up in total isolation. But why? She uncovers a secret which forces answers and breaks the shield protecting her identity. And now they hunt her.

Written by Page Wooller and illustrated by Ali Vermeeren

From Aftershock Comics this week are two new single issues, plus a collection.

From Dynamite Entertainment this week:

ComiXology have their new releases and sales now on, including Ask For Mercy Season Two: The Heart of the Earth from ComiXology Originals

Here are this week’s latest Image Comics digital comics, including new series A Man Among Ye

Dark Horse Comics has three sales on this week, plus the following new releases:

Rebellion has the latest issue of 2000 AD out now.

  • UK and DIGITAL: 17 June £2.99
  • NORTH AMERICA: 17 July $24 (per pack)
  • DIAMOND: APR202009

In this issue:
Judge Dredd: End of Days by Rob Williams (w) Colin MacNeil (a) Chris Blythe (c) Simon Bowland (l)
Sinister Dexter: Boys in the HUD by Dan Abnett (w) Steve Yeowell (a) John Charles (c) Jim Campbell (l)
Full Tilt Boogie by Alex de Campi (w) Eduardo Ocana (a) Simon Bowland (l)
The Order: Land of the Free by Kek-W (w) John Burns (a) Simon Bowland (l)
The Diaboliks: La Vita Malvagia by Gordon Rennie (w) Dom Reardon (a) Jim Campbell

Available in print from: newsagents and comic book stores via Diamond
Available in digital from:2000 AD webshop and apps for iPadAndroidWindows 10

DriveThruComics has the Oneshi Press Comics Anthology #01 for free this week.

This anthology is the first of an ongoing series that shares Oneshi Press’s own graphic novels in short installments, alongside other progressive, immersive, and gorgeous works from our community of talented creators!

Also out this week is:

From IDW Publishing this week is a special graphic novel.

Tiananmen 1989: Our Shattered Hopes

Follow the story of China’s infamous June Fourth Incident—otherwise known as the Tiananmen Square Massacre—from the first-hand account of a young sociology teacher who witnessed it all. Over 30 years ago, on April 15th, 1989, the occupation of Tiananmen Square began. As tens of thousands of students and concerned Chinese citizens took to the streets demanding political reforms, the fate of China’s communist system was unknown. When reports of soldiers marching into Beijing to suppress the protests reverberated across Western airwaves, the world didn’t know what to expect. Lun Zhang was just a young sociology teacher then, in charge of management and safety service for the protests. Now, in this powerful graphic novel, Zhang pairs with French journalist and Asia specialist Adrien Gombeaud and artist Ameziane, to share his unvarnished memory of this crucial moment in world history for the first time. Providing comprehensive coverage of the 1989 protests that ended in bloodshed and drew global scrutiny, Zhang includes context for these explosive events, sympathetically depicting a world of discontented, idealistic, activist Chinese youth rarely portrayed in Western media. Many voices and viewpoints are on display, from Western journalists to Chinese administrators. Describing how the hope of a generation was shattered when authorities opened fire on protestors and bystanders, Tiananmen 1989 shows the way in which contemporary China shaped itself.

by Lun Zhang (Author), Adrien Gombeaud (Author), Ameziane (Illustrator), Améziane (Artist)

Also out this week:


The Crow: Lethe #2
Dying is Easy #5
G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero #272
Transformers #20
Uncle Scrooge #56

Collections & Graphic Novels

Tiananmen 1989: Our Shattered Hopes
Transformers: The IDW Collection Phase 2, Vol. 11

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