New Comics added to SEQUENTIAL app, including “Meanwhile”, “Love and Rockets”

Some great graphic novels have recently been added to the SEQUENTIAL digital comic app, including the brilliant Love and Rockets by Jaime and Gilbert Hernandez and the recently-revamped Meanwhile… anthology published by Soaring Penguin. The new additions reads like a bucket list of some of the best comics published in the past 30 years. They certainly back upContinue reading New Comics added to SEQUENTIAL app, including “Meanwhile”, “Love and Rockets”

EuroVisions: Comics Cordiale

Europe Comics Invades London! (with help from Pat Mills, Posy Simmonds, Paul Gravett and others)

This month, Europe Comics will be travelling to London with various events scheduled all across the capital featuring a host of comic creators, including Pat Mills, Chris Riddell, Sarah McIntyre, Mike Medaglia and Posy Simmonds. Working in association with Comica London, they’ll be participating in the London Book Fair (Graphic Novel Bar, 2B15) as well as London Book & Screen Week, and they’llContinue reading Europe Comics Invades London! (with help from Pat Mills, Posy Simmonds, Paul Gravett and others)

Comics Creatrix: 100 Women Making Comics SEQUENTIAL Guide

SEQUENTIAL Offers free iPad Guide to Comics Creatrix: 100 Women Making Comics Exhibiton

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

Online Classic UK Comic Zines Archive Repository Launched

After months of hard work scanning and contacting their original creators for permission to publish them online, David Hathaway-Price has launched his much-anticpated archive of British comics zines – a fascinating online repository of classic print fan magazines devoted to comics, spanning the 1960s to the 1990s. The aim of his site is to create a digitalContinue reading Online Classic UK Comic Zines Archive Repository Launched

Top Shelf on SEQUENTIAL

Is Anyone Reading Digital Comics? London Book Fair aims to find out…

  In the UK, the impact of digital migration on the graphic novel market has been less pronounced than in other areas of the book industry. This is often attributed to graphic novel readers’ attachment to print: nothing, you’ll hear them say, can replicate the look and feel of ink on paper, nothing can simulateContinue reading Is Anyone Reading Digital Comics? London Book Fair aims to find out…