Digital Comics Store Update (1 September 2010)
Forty-five brand-spanking new titles are unleashed in the Digital Comics Store this week, pushing the total number of comics to choose from to over 2000. How many have YOU read?
Here are this week’s highlights:
- The magnificent 2004-vintage Captain America continues with the action packed 3-issue Time’s Arrow arc (#43-#45), featuring World War II flashbacks with Cap, Bucky, the Black Widow and the Human Torch. Best of all, we get the return of Batroc the Leaper! The series continues with Old Friends and Enemies featuring an old ally, Prince Namor.
- IDW’s Castlevania: The Belmont Legacy is a 5-part story based on the smash hit video game series. While Christopher Belmont celebrates his nuptials, dark forces conspire to raise Count Dracula from his unholy slumber.
- Haven is a brand new title from the Markosia stable, featuring a new kind of kick-ass heroine who single-handedly takes on the minions of the underworld. The Dante family line has been in the fires of an ancient war between humanity and the nine circles of hell for generations. As a self-proclaimed “Aristocracy”, the circles have now set their sights on the one chosen to fight the raging war …Haven Irena Dante. But soon after the tragic death of her mother, Haven endures the vile theft of her innocence and disappears. No one has seen or heard from her in two years. Until now…To find out more about this fascinating series, keep tuned to www.playstationcomics.com for an in-depth interview with writer Lenny Ramirez. Lenny is a regular contributor to our Digital Comics forum discussions, along with many other creators – why not join them?
- Second issues of Starcraft, Jeff Smith’s award-winning Bone, his stark sci-fi series RASL, Zuda’s The Hammer and Markosia’s brilliant Raising Amy are now available.
- More extravagantly-coiffed hedgehog adventures in Sonic Universe #5 & #6.
As ever, you can visit PlayStation Store on your PSP to download any of the 2000+ comics. Alternatively, you can use Media Go to access the Store from a PC and transfer content directly to your PSP. It’s an easy way to purchase, download and organise your Digital Comics collection. You can now add star ratings too!
Here is the complete list, in alphabetical order:
|2000AD Prog #1695||2000AD|
|The Authority #8||DC Comics|
|Bone #2||Cartoon Books|
|Captain America (2004) #43-#48||Marvel|
|Castlevania: The Belmont Legacy #1-#5||IDW|
|DMZ #20||DC Comics|
|Ex Machina #7||DC Comics|
|Fables #22||DC Comics|
|Gen13 #28||DC Comics|
|Green Lantern: No Fear #4||DC Comics|
|The Hammer #2||DC Comics|
|High Moon #8||DC Comics|
|Jonah Hex #20||DC Comics|
|Kane & Lynch #1||DC Comics|
|The Lexian Chronicles #12||Markosia|
|Mickey Mouse and the River of Time #1 & #2||Disney Digicomics|
|Monsters, Inc||Disney Digicomics|
|Night Owls #4||DC Comics|
|Planetary #9||DC Comics|
|Raising Amy #2||Markosia|
|RASL #2||Cartoon Books|
|Sonic Universe #5 & #6||Archie Comics|
|Starcraft #2||DC Comics|
|Stormwatch PHD #20||DC Comics|
|Street Code #3||DC Comics|
|Superduck #16||Disney Digicomics|
|Welcome to Tranquility #1||DC Comics|
|Wildcats #8||DC Comics|
|Y: The Last Man||DC Comics|
Please visit www.playstationcomics.com for prices and to see the whole catalogue.