We’re back with a boatload of great new comics available for download on comiXology right now! Maybe you heard the big news? ComiXology’s revolutionary self-publishing portal is live and the first wave of books are here! But that’s not all…this week brought a ton of great releases from all your favorite publishers. Needless to say, there has never been a better time to be a digital comics fan, so be sure to join the all the fun over on Twitter, Facebook and even Google Plus today! Now without further delay… Let’s get digital!
Atomic Robo: Two-Fisted Tales: Along Came A Tyrantula: Experience the exclusive Emerald City Comicon ’13 Atomic Robo digital comic everyone has been talking about. Created exclusively for comiXology, using comiXology’s Guided View, and a digital comic that can only be experienced on comiXology – you’ve never read a comic like this before! It’s just another day in the life of Atomic Robo until a mysterious enemy from his past strikes! Wait, that really is just another day in the life of Atomic Robo. In fact, this time he doesn’t even know who it is. Hey, when you’ve been around for 90 years, you lose track of all your nemeses.
Guardians of the Galaxy Infinite Comic #1: Marvel’s cutting-edge Infinite Comics are back and this time it’s the Guardians of the Galaxy that get the infinite digital treatment! Prepare to take to the spaceways with a reading experience like no other!
SEX #1: This series is rated Adults Only DISCLAIMER: GRAPHIC CONTENT WARNING: As stated in his afterword, veteran superhero writer Joe Casey still revels in “wild, heroic action stories”, but believes it is time to “take back the ‘alternative comix’ tag…for our own perverse pleasure.” This envelope-pushing series offers the best of both worlds, with brainy intrigue, costumed avengers, cyberpunk glamor, and of course, graphic sexuality. Reader discretion is advised.
Age of Ultron #1 (of 10): For years the heroes of the Marvel Universe have lived in fear that the artificial intelligence known as Ultron would one day evolve to fulfill its desire to wipe out all organic life and take over the Earth — that day has arrived. The Avengers worst nightmare is here– the Age of Ultron has begun.
Collections and Graphic Novels
Werewolves of Montpellier: Named to NPR, Las Vegas Weekly, Graphic Novel Reporter, The Casual Optimist, Comic Book Resources, Attentiondeficitdisorderly, Hypergeek, and Robot 6′s Best of 2010 lists. Sven, a semi-aimless Scandinavian artist who has ended up in Montpellier, France on a futile romantic pursuit, enjoys nocturnal raids into other people’s homes, disguised as a werewolf.
The Antler Boy and Other Stories: Flying whales, giant imaginary pink bunnies, friendly robots, curious aliens, space explorers, and adventurers all find a home between the covers of this book. The Antler Boy and Other Stories collects 10 short stories written and illustrated by Jake Parker, New York Times bestselling illustrator and creator of the Missile Mouse graphic novel series from Scholastic.
New and Noteworthy Back issues
The Mire: On the eve of a great battle, a humble squire is tasked with delivering a letter to a seemingly abandoned castle at the heart of an ill-famed swamp. Met with mysterious apparitions on the way, he slowly unveils the truth behind his journey as his past is re-written over the course of the story.
Detective Honeybear #1 & #2: Detective Honeybear is an adorable bear detective in a noir, mystery world. Join him and his partner Detective Chance as they try to solve the case of the curious cap!
Looking For Group #1: From the Shuster award winning creators of “Least I Could Do” and “Gutters” comes a loving nod to classic fantasy novels that manages to flip the genre on it’s head. Unlikely heros cut a swath through a fantasy world that is extremely familiar and yet very different. A naive elven hunter makes an strange friend in an undead warlock and the two manage to make both enemies and friends as they fight the good fight against the Legaran Empire.
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