Marvel is proud to unveil new footage from the critically acclaimed Spider-Woman motion comic! The New York Times Best-Selling team of Brian Michael Bendis and Alex Maleev (Halo Uprising) continue Marvelâ€™s first ever original motion comic as Jessica Drew shows the world why Spider-Woman is force to be reckoned with! Spider-Woman Episode 3 hits iTunes on September 16th and no True Believer can afford to miss it! Discover more at www.marvel.com/motioncomics!
Marvel has released a new trailer for the second installmentÂ of the Spider-Woman Motion Comics that is available on iTunes today.Â If you were wondering if you should drop the coin on this series, the trailers will help with that decision.
Marvel is proud to unveil new footage from the critically acclaimed Spider-Woman motion comic! The New York Times Best-Selling team of Brian Michael Bendis and Alex Maleev (Halo Uprising) continue Marvelâ€™s first ever original motion comic as Spider-Woman finds herself at odds with the law in Madripoor and that may spell the end of her mission as an Agent of S.W.O.R.D.! Spider-Woman Episode 2 hits iTunes on September 2nd and no True Believer can afford to miss it! Discover more at www.marvel.com/motioncomics!
If you missed the first installment, there’s a trailer for that too, right after the jump!
Marvel is proud to unveil the first full-length trailer to the hotly anticipated Astonishing X-Men: Gifted motion comic, based on the seminal comic story by superstar scribe Joss Whedon (Buffy: The Vampire Slayer) and renowned artist John Cassaday (Captain America). Now you can get your first look at Marvelâ€™s newest original motion comic (available October 28th on iTunes) as the X-Men embark on a bold new mission! Discover more at www.marvel.com/motioncomics, bub!
For fans of Critical Hit, the Major Spoilers Dungeons and Dragons podcast, you’ll be happy to know it went live on iTunes this week, and you can now subscribe to the show, here.Â Why didn’t it show up on the front page of the iTunes Podcast Directory?Â It might be because there weren’t that many people that subscribed on the first day, and I blame Spider-Woman for that.
The Brian Michael Bendis and Alex Maleev series hit iTunes in a big way, taking the number one spot on the Top Television-Animation sales chart.
â€œTo wake up this morning and see Spider-Woman ranked so high on the iTunes charts is crazy insane to me,â€ gushed Brian Michael Bendis. â€œThanks to all the readers, and especially the motion comics first timers, who tried us out and than hit the subscribe button. To quote the Stan: you ain’t seen nothing yet!â€
That’s great news for Spider-Woman fans, but I’m sure more than a few RPG’ers are shedding a tear right now.
If the pages of Marvel Comics could move, what would they look like? Wonder no more! Marvel Comics announced the launch of its first ever original motion comic, Spider-Woman. The legendary, Eisner-award winning Brian Michael Bendis wrote the story of Spider-Woman, with art by Eisner Award winning artist Alex Maleev (Daredevil and Stephen Kingâ€™s N. Mobisodes).Â The first episode of Spider-Woman will be available on iTunes beginning August 19, 2009, with additional episodes released every two weeks.
Warner Bros. and Warner Bros. Digital Distribution announced at the convention that the company is adding three new motion comics to its roundhouse of titles.Â First out of the gate is Superman: Red Son, and starting today, you can download the first episode for free (http://tinyurl.com/SmanRedSonPR).Â New full-length episodes are expected to hit the iTunes store on a weekly basis.
We brought you the news that Natasha Henstridge is joining the voice cast of Stan Lee’s Time Jumper motion comic series the other day, and now the word is official directly from Disney and Stan Lee.Â The cool thing is, you don’t have to wait months for the series to launch, you just have to head over to iTunes on July 24, 2009.
The motion comic, animated comic book features, and general digital comic book distribution is getting the Stan Lee treatment on Thursday, when Lee and Disney Entertainment unveil Time Jumper on the crowd at the San Diego Comic Con.
“Time Jumper” follows Terry Dixon, a college student in possession of his late father’s time-travel invention, the Articulus. After his brother goes missing, Dixon is recruited by H.U.N.T. (Heroes United, Noble and True), a secret crime-fighting unit that sends him through time to thwart Charity Vile, leader of the criminal cartel, C.U.L.T. (Council of Unstoppable, Lethal Terrorists).
To sweeten the deal, Stan “The Man” has landed Natasha Henstridge to voice the lead female character in the series.
I’m all for mobile media fun and entertainment.Â If the publishers and companies involved in this kind of content can get the price point just right, it might do more for comics than the movies are doing now.