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Comflix Studios let Major Spoilers know episodes 2 and 3 of the Last Sin of Mark Grimm series will be available this week. Similar to their adaptation of Dracula vs. King Arthur, the company takes the still panels and brings them to life with some fancy motion graphics and animation work. If you like noir crime drama, then check series out. It’s completely free after all. via comflix.net

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Comflix Studios has launched Comflix.net with the first installments of Dracula vs. King Arthur and The Last Sin of Mark Grimm. Comflix.net will now feature weekly premieres of new episodes from its library of comic book titles. This site has been in place for about a month now, following a soft release that allowed viewers to check out the content, beating other companies who have recently announced web comic initiatives. Unlike other companies who simply want you to read the comic online, Comflix actually brings the pages to life with editing, some motion graphics work, and nice voice over work.

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Comflix Studios, Inc/Comflix.Net, the studio that brought you the digitally enhanced “Comflix” version of Dracula vs. King Arthur has just announced a new production licensing deal with Benjamin Raab, Deric A. Hughes and Ludovico Technique’s Robert Meyer Burnett, the creators and publisher of the highly regarded comic book series Living in Infamy.

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