148w ago - With Comic-Con 2010 running throughout the week, PlayStation Store Senior Manager Grace Chen has shared this weeks PSN digital comics store PSP update today.
To quote: Hi Everyone- Here's this week's Digital Comics update.
As usual, we have the full list of new content to the store below, but let's take a look at some of the highlights.
To start with, we have another large set of new arrivals from DC Comics. Pick up your free copy of the Wonder Woman #600 10-page preview, written by none other than J. Michael Straczynski. Or download #1 of DMZ and follow Matty Roth, an aspiring reporter trapped in a Manhattan ravaged by America's Second Civil War.
Finally from DC, down in Texas it's all about werewolves, as you'll see in High Moon #1. Former detective Matthew Macgregor investigates strange happenings in a desolate town... werewolf western drawn by Steve Ellis.
Want more superhero action? Marvel's Black Panther, makes his solo debut on Digital Comics this week! So, who is Black Panther? R. Hudlin is here to answer this question - in cinematic scope, no less. He famously said that his influences for the Black Panther were another mighty superhero (can you...
156w ago - Sony PlayStation Store Senior Manager Grace Chen is here with this week's PSP comics update today, as follows:
Hi Everyone- Here's this week's Digital Comics update.
We got in over 10 digital comics from the latest publisher to join the Digital Comics store, Liquid Comics. Originally known as Virgin Comics, and founded by Sir Richard Branson, they focus on collaborating with creative talent from around the world.
Filmmakers, writers and musicians including John Woo, Guy Ritchie, Shehar Kapur & Garth Ennis have all worked with them.
If you would like to sample their work, we have two FREE comics now available on the Digital Comics store: Snakewoman #0 and Ramayan 3392 AD: Origins.
Finally, we have the first 6 issues of Thor (2007) from Marvel.
Check below for the full list of new arrivals and as always, head to www.playstationcomics.com for more info or to view our full catalog and pricing.
157w ago - PlayStation Store Senior Manager Grace Chen is back with the Digital Comics Store PSP update today, as follows:
Here's this week's Digital Comics update. As you'll notice, Icon delivered two solid comics to follow-up Kick Ass and Powers this week with the release of Criminal and Incognito.
Criminal explores a seedy dark world following an array of intriguing characters. It has it all: crooked cops, dames, pickpockets, con men, a smoke-filled bar and all the double-crossing you could want. Reminiscent of a Sin City backdrop, this crime-fiction is an incredible read.
Incognito reunites the acclaimed, Eisner-winning Criminal creative team of Brubaker and superstar artist Sean Phillips. In the comic, former villain Zack Overkill deals with being in the Witness Protection Program after giving testimony against The Black Death. It's a great read, and as IGN put it "this twisted mash up of noir and super-heroics will leave your jaw on the floor!"
Check below for the full list of new arrivals for the week. We are still waiting for Locke & Key, but have heard this title will have something special, so it should be worth the wait.
158w ago - PlayStation Store Senior Manager Grace Chen is back with this week's PlayStation Digital Comics Store PSP update.
To quote: Here's this week's Digital Comic Store Update:
Did you like the first two volumes of Atomic Robo? If so you're in luck - volume 3 starts this week. We're transported back to the roaring 20s' New York, where a chilling message from the past comes to disturb Atomic Robo's quiet night in.
Down in Washington DC, another dark force threatens the world as we know it. The mysterious Thrum is at center stage in the new IDW series Garters and Ghouls. And, yes, it is based on the game we all know and love, so check it out!
The Immortal Iron Fist also returns this week. Bei Bang-Wen is back from what looked like a certain death. The beautifully rendered tales continue.
Last but not least, check out the Flying Friar, the new Markosia graphic novel. This lengthy tale blends in superheros, the religious 17th century, and a true story with a few twists, featuring script extracts, sketches and location reports.