PRESS RELEASE – Timed to February’s full moon, Papercutz’s Super Genius imprint has announced that it will publish the definitive edition of HIGH MOON, the acclaimed graphic novel series by writer David Gallaher and artist Steve Ellis.
Press Release ANYA SOBCZEK is a snarling science major with an arm full of Darwin tattoos. Her brother OWEN is a sensitive young thing in a coven of teenage occultists. The Sobczek sibs have always been brutally competitive, but now that Owen’s blood has started BUBBLING with ancient tentacled abominations, their rivalry’s about to enter a vast new dimension of cosmic terror… 2010: Artists Drew Rausch and Aaron Alexovich hurled their infectious horror/comedy hybrid ELDRITCH! into blazing combat in DC Comics’ final Zuda webcomic competition. After several centuries it emerged, dazed and confused, with the word WINNER indelibly etched on
DC Entertainment just announced that the Zuda Comics website is shutting down today, and will be moving content to the ComiXology and PlayStation Network. Last week, when DC unveiled its iTunes App (for the iPad and iPhone/iPod Touch), the first 20 pages of Jeremy Love’s Bayou was released for free. DC will continue to release first issues from Zuda for free, with other issues following at 99-cents each. Upcoming Zuda titles for the PSP and ComiXology app include John Zito and Tony Trov’s Black Cherry Bombshells, Dan Govar’s Azure, Andy Belanger’s Bottle of Awesome, Sheldon Vella’s Supertron, and Adam Atherton’s
While a great deal of fanfare has been made over Marvel testing the online format, DC Comics has been doing it for a couple of years with its Zuda Comics imprint.Â For the Timony Twins, Zuda has been a perfect way for the duo to distribute their Night Owls strip, and as it wraps its second “season”, Bobby and Peter Timony are giving a little something back to fans in the form of a companion commentary track. “Throughout the run, we had thrown in little inside jokes, and done alot of research on the era,” said Bobby Timony.Â “Since the
Zuda has really surprised me. For over a year now the web comic offshoot of DC Comics has been running a monthly contest to promote new web comics and their creators.Â Instead of closing down, the site is going strong, and has kicked off its November challenge.Â Take the jump for the complete rundown of challengers, and visit Zuda Comics to check out the entrants and to vote.
To celebrate Zuda Comics one year anniversary, each comic, nominated by Zuda readers will return for all new comics. â€œOne of the most frequent things we hear from readers through e-mail, at conventions, in the blog and in the message boards is a sincere desire for a comic that didn’t win a competition to continue in some way,â€ says Ron Perazza, DC Comics Director of Creative Services, â€œNow we have the answer – the Zuda Comics 2008 Invitational.
It’s a brand new month and a new round of contestants who will battle it out this month for a chance for an ongoing webcomic series at Zudacomics. All the new entries are active now at the Zudacomics.com website. Take the jump for the complete rundown of the June entries.
Another month is upon us, which can only mean it is time for Zuda Comics to roll out another monthly contest pitting web cartoonist against web cartoonist in a no-holds death match…to the death! Actually, it is a little more civilized than that. Instead of giving the artists shivs and having them fight it out while we chant the fight theme from Star Trek, readers are encouraged to vote for their favorite series over at the Zuda Comics website (www.zudacomics.com). Take the jump for the rundown of this month’s entrants.
Zuda Comics, the web comic imprint of DC Comics, has announced Eddie Sharam and James Woodhead have won the February 2008 web competition with their entry Road. About ROAD: Felix lives in a futuristic world where there is a road that you can travel down your whole life that will never end or repeat. Felix will attempt to solve the riddle of this Road. Road will continue as a web comic at the Zuda Comics website. With a new month underway, Zuda has announced the entrants for the next round of voting. Best of all, Wes Molebash of You’ll Have
DC Comics web comic imprint Zuda Comics will go live next week. October 30 is the launch date according to Richard Bruning, DC Comics Creative Director, SVP. With the launch of the site, visitors will immediately begin to shape and define the Zuda experience. Online submissions will begin, allowing aspiring web comics creators to submit their work directly to the Zuda editorial team. The Zuda web community will be invited to vote on the first ever Zudacomics.com competition, choosing one from the ten webcomics offerings. In addition, all visitors will be able to read the first ever Zudacomics.com Instant Winner,