Digital Comics Store Update (26th May 2010)

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Happy Wednesday everybody! This week we have two free comics, one new publisher, two lots of audio commentary and one God with a big hammer.

Digital Comics Store Update (25th May 2010)

Liquid Comics are the latest publisher to release their comics on the Digital Comics store. Originally known as Virgin Comics, and founded by Sir Richard Branson, they focus on collaborating with creative talent from around the world. Filmmakers, writers and musicians including John Woo, Guy Ritchie, Shehar Kapur & Garth Ennis have all worked with them.

If you’d like a taster then you can download Snakewoman #0 and Ramayan 3392 AD: Origins for FREE.

Or why not buy Zombie Broadway #1 written by Dave Stewart (of Eurythmics fame) which tells the story of a zombie outbreak in New York that can only be quelled by the song and dance of the Broadway stage. I kid you not.

There are two comics from IDW this week, the brilliant Zombies vs Robots: Aventure #3 (my favourite series at the moment) and the awesome Eternal Decent #2. Both are worth buying and both come with audio commentary.

Finally from Marvel, we have the first 6 issues of Thor (2007)

Here’s the full list:

2000AD Prog #1681 2000AD 18+
Ani-Max #1 Liquid Comics 9+
Atomic Robo Vol.3: Shadow From Beyond Time #3 Red 5 Comics 9+
Beyond #1 Liquid Comics 17+
Criminal (2006) #7: Lawless #2 Icon 18+
Devi #1 Liquid Comics 12+
Eat The Dead #1 Liquid Comics 17+
Eternal Descent #2 IDW 15+
Incognito (2008) #6 Icon 18+
Mickey Mouse and the Sword of Ice #1 Disney 3+
Mickey Mouse and the Sword of Ice #2 Disney 3+
Mickey Mouse and the Sword of Ice #3 Disney 3+
Ramayan 3392 AD #1 Liquid Comics 12+
Ramayan 3392 AD: Origins (FREE) Liquid Comics 12+
Snakewoman #0 (FREE) Liquid Comics 17+
Snakewoman #1 Liquid Comics 17+
The Lexian Chronicles #5 Markosia 12+
The Sadhu #1 Liquid Comics 17+
Thor (2007) #1-#6 Marvel 12+
Virulents #1 Liquid Comics 17+
Walk-In #1 Liquid Comics 17+
Zombie Broadway #1 Liquid Comics 17+
Zombies vs Robots: Aventure #3 IDW 17+

New Zealand will also get Toy Story 3 this week.

As always, check out to see the prices in your currency, view the whole catalogue, take part in the forum and read up on other Digital Comics news.

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