Digital Comics Release Round-Up 3rd February 2020

It’s a new month and a new day for digital comics. Here’s what’s available online, on apps, on subscription services and in sales for this #NCBD

Available now from Europe Comics:

From Shonen Jump this week:

Meet a few unorthodox detectives in new series i tell c! And if you've read Jujutsu Kaisen 0, you're in for a nice surprise in this week's Jujutsu Kaisen!

From Marvel Comics this week:

From DC Comics this week:

From IDW Publishing this week:

This week from Image Comics is new series Deep Beyond #1:

In an underpopulated future Earth, devastated by the dire consequences of the millennium bug, the survival of mankind—and, maybe, of the planet itself—is handled by a small number of people. Talented scientists who, despite the adverse situation and the stupid feuds that continue to divide the small number of people still alive, try to understand and study what is hidden in the depths of the abyss. Something mysterious and dangerous, which could eventually cause an even worse and more destructive catastrophe!

by Mirka Andolfo (Author), David Goy (Author), Andrea Broccardo (Cover Art, Artist)

Also out this week:

Out this week from Dynamite Entertainment:

Added this week from Wine And Zine is The Wine and Zine Digital MEGA Pack

For online purchases only we are offering our fans a huge comics bundle for digital download! You’ll receive a whopping EIGHT digital PDF comics and sketchbooks including: Silent Horns, Roy & Rei at the Fair, Anthology Volume One, Lost Light, Star Stuff, Doodle Dust, Our Story and the mini-comic Roy & Rei and the Rage Demon for your collection!

From Rebellion this week is the latest issue of 2000 AD – Prog 2217

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

As well as The Steel Claw, the 90’s collection of Revere and the latest collection of Judge Dredd Case Files

Free this week is Wardog from Rebellion.

In the aftermath of an apocalyptic world war, humanity shares the world with sentient robots, and the population has fractured into countless tiny enclaves, each with their own customs and laws, linked only by the Sailrail network. Feuds and wars rage between these enclaves on a near-constant basis, and human-robot animosity is on the rise.

Enter Jack Wardog, a man with a hole in his mind; he woke up one day with all his memories wiped, and in their place, an explosive charge with a timer display had been bonded to his forehead. Now Jack works as a Bombhead, taking on suicide missions with near-impossible deadlines — and if he fails, the consequences are terminal!

Also out on DriveThruComics:

Recently featured on GlobalComix:

Digital Manga on Mangamo this week:

From Archie Comics this week:

Also added this week:

And added to Archie Unlimited this week:

  • Archie Comics 80th Anniversary Presents Sabrina Manga: Color Collection Vol. 2
  • Archie’s Girls Betty & Veronica #110
  • Archie’s Girls Betty & Veronica #111
  • B&V Best Friends Jumbo Comics Digest #283

From Aftershock Comics this week is new series Maniac Of New York #1

Four years ago, a masked slasher began stalking the streets of New York City.
Maniac Harry is inhuman, unkillable and unstoppable. Which is why the authorities’ solution has been to ignore him, and let New Yorkers adapt to a world where death can strike at any moment. When Maniac Harry starts killing his way through the subway system, trauma-haunted political aide Gina Greene and disgraced NYPD detective Zelda Pettibone become determined to go rogue and destroy him. But how can they fight a monster when they can’t fight City Hall?

Writer: Elliott Kalan
Artist: Andrea Mutti

Elephantmen 2261 Season Three is featured this week on ComiXology from ComiXology Originals.

Plus the latest additions

And sales:

From Markosia this week is the latest volume of Genu on ComiXology:

Genu Volume 3

At the International Space Agency HQ, Julia, Axel and M-07 realize they are being held prisoners, and no one seems to be willing to assist with M-07’s deteriorating health conditions. Who can help the young Mercurian? And what does the silent woman have to do with a mystery which, according to Professor Temple, will turn anthropology on its head?

Written by Alex Franquelli, Giulio Srubek-Tomassy and Tommaso Todesca and illustrated by Aleksandra Fastovets

Also added this week on DriveThruComics:

There’s a new series out this week from Devil’s Due Comics:

The Encoded Volume 1

What if our fears of a tyrannical A.I. turn out to be unfounded, but nevertheless, humanity forces this machine intelligence to fight back? In 2045 we survive a brush with oblivion when the A.I. AURELIUS achieves singularity -quickly deactivated but not without a fight. A decade later governments ensure it never returns by activating the “Analog Protocol” – frequently and without warning. Citizens must expect, at any time, to lose all digital capabilities. What they don’t know is that AURELIUS left a piece of its mind behind – in a simple hemp farmer known only as Epictetus.

by Josh Blaylock (Author), Mark Powers (Author), Joel Humberto Herrera (Cover Art), Jethro Morales (Artist)

From Dark Horse Comics this week:

Plus a Dark Horse Black Hammer digital comics sale.

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