Monkeybrain Comics turns one year old this week, and the company released a sneak peek of new comics arriving on your digital device this week.
MASKS AND MOBSTERS was hailed as one of the best webcomics of the year when it was released by MonkeyBrain in 2012, and now the Image Comics imprint Shadowline is bringing it to print in style, with a deluxe hardcover edition that collects all seven issues. Written by Joshua Williamson (GHOSTED, DEAR DRACULA) and drawn by Mike Henderson, Ryan Cody, Jason Copland, and Justin Greenwood, MASKS AND MOBSTERS explores the secret stories of superheroes and mobsters vying for control of Golden City.
It’s NEW COMIC BOOK DAY, and Monkeybrain Comics has two new digital issues for you to devour. Take the jump for a look at Skybreaker #2 and Masks and Mobsters #7.
IDW Publishing is thrilled to announce a new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Micro-Series! Hot on the heels of last year’s wildly successful Micro-Series, this new series of one-shots is taking a distinctly dark turn and concentrating on the evil deeds of the Turtles’ most nefarious villains!
This week, Monkeybrain Comics has two new issues hitting the digital stands, and the company sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of Amelia Cole and the Unknown World #5, and Masks and Mobsters #5, that you can check out, after the jump.
Monkeybrain Comics sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of Masks and Mobsters #4 that arrives in digital format this week.
Digital comic readers do not have to wait until Wednesday for new comic book day, MonkeyBrain Comics is releasing Masks and Monbters #2 today (Sept 4), and sent a sneak peek for all to check out.
Monkeybrain is back with another debut issue with Masks & Mobsters. Do the new kids on the block have another hit or will this make me sick? Major Spoilers is putting on its fedora and suspenders to give you this review.
Arriving today from Monkeybrain Comics is Joshua Williamson and Mike Henderson’s Masks and Mobsters. The company sent a sneak peek of the digital comic, that you can check out, after the jump.
The Wheel of Morality will turn,turn,turn, and we’ll think of something funny to say about wherever it stops… theoretically, anyway. Johnny’s got his gun, and he’s lookin’ for Keanu. Bulletproof girls still like to play headgames. Plus: Is it #1 or #401? The Lion, the Witch, and the pyramids at Giza! And Rodrigo says It’s time to get things started… (Why won’t you get things started?) on the most sensational, inspirationational, spoiletational, majorational…
Show Notes after the Jump!
Studio 407 has picked up the Smuggling Spirits series from the defunct Ambrosia publishing and is releasing the Ben Fisher and Michael Henderson as a trade this April.
Studio 407′s managing director Alex Leung says “We picked up Smuggling Spirits from Ambrosia, and we thought it was an incredible book that went under the radar, and did not get the exposure it deserved when it was first released in single volumes. I think both Ben and Michael are incredible talents to watch for and their skills have meshed perfectly to produce an incredibly unique storytelling experience. We feel extremely fortunate to be involved with this book.”
Studio 407 has sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek, that you can read after the jump.
New Krypton Part 11
Iâ€™ll admit I was a little surprised when the New Krypton story wrapped up in Action Comics #873.Â I figured this was a story that would go on for 12 issues minimum, and really needing 24 issues to tell the massive story DC set into play that turned into a surprise hit for the company.Â Even though the New Krypton banner may be gone from the covers, the New Krypton story continues as the story shifts from Earth to Kandor.