Musomic – a free comic building app for iPad – is continuing to expand its assets to create new comics, including imagery from DC Thomson’s Commando comic. Launched in 2014, the Musomic app enables users to adapt and combine artwork, captions and sounds into new comics, offering budding comic creators the opportunity to create and publishContinue reading Create your own Commando comics!
There’s a special Valentine’s Day treat for fans of Posy Simmonds this weekend with the news that the previously-announced digital edition of her story True Love is being released on SEQUENTIAL, the iPad app for digital graphic novels. Announced last year, this is an exclusive, expanded edition of one of Posy’s early works, the acclaimed Guardian cartoonist and author of the GemmaContinue reading SEQUENTIAL offers new, expanded digital edition of Posy Simmonds’ “True Love” in time for Valentine’s Day
SEQUENTIAL, the iPad app for digital graphic novels, has partnered with London’ House of Illustration to provide a free digital guide for their new exhibition Comix Creatrix: 100 Women Making Comics, as well as digital graphic novels displayed within the exhibition itself. As we’ve previously reported, Comix Creatrix: 100 Women Making Comics, which opened onContinue reading SEQUENTIAL Offers free iPad Guide to Comics Creatrix: 100 Women Making Comics Exhibiton
After a six-year hiatus, O Men creator Martin Eden is bringing the series back to finally complete the story. The O Men – an epic superhero soap opera – began in 1997 and was one of the most prominent UK small press comics of its time, earning itself an Eagle Award nomination, but after 35Continue reading Martin Eden’s acclaimed “O Men” Return!
Episode 10 of the Awesome Comics Podcast is slipping and sliding into your pyjamas today. Hosted by Vince Hunt, Dan Butcher and Tony Esmond, this episode has as its guest, writer and digital comics pioneer Leah Moore. The guys talk with Leah about the just-launched digital comics venture called Electricomics, which as we reported last week,Continue reading It’s Electrifyin’! Awesome Comics Podcast features Leah Moore