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Sunday is here, and I’m hoping to catch up on my backlog of comics. What’s everyone else up to?

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The Hollywood Reporter – Diamond to Close Digital Storefront Program – Interesting.


Around the Tubes Reviews

Seattle Pi – Betty Blues

Count Gregula’s Crypt – Hello Kitty Delicious!

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It’s new comic book day tomorrow, what’s everyone excited for?

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The Beat – DreamWorks buys Casper the Friendly Ghost, Little Lulu and many more classic comics licenses -I wonder what they’ll do with this? Maybe some movies with comic tie-ins?

Bleeding Cool – Diamond Digital (Finally) Launches -Should be interesting.

The Beat – SDCC 12: A Dad’s View — 10 Things I Learned At San Diego Comic-Con 2012 -Some funny stuff.

The Mary Sue – Things We Saw Today: Comic-Con By the Numbers -More funny stuff.

HipHop DX – GZA Explains Concepts Behind Graphic Novel “Chlorine” & “Dark Matter” LPCan’t wait for this.

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So it was a lighter week of comics released yesterday.  Anything stand out for anyone?

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Bleeding Cool – Can You Help Oliver Nome?I’ll absolutely help with this.

New Paltz Times – DC’s ‘New 52′ a mixed bag that could save printAn interesting take on DC’s recent relaunch.

ICv2 – Diamond Restructures Digital, Web – Not a good sign.

Marvel – Meet the Blue EarMarvel finally posts up about that nice thing they did.

Market Watch – Portland Author Attacking Teen Financial Illiteracy Using Hard-Hitting Graphic NovelGreat idea.

The Times of India – Does a superhero’s sexuality matter? – The Times of India has been doing some great articles on comics lately.


Around the Tubes Reviews:

The Reviews of Mars – House of Night: The Graphic Novel #1

MTV Geek – The Ravagers #1

Complex – Review: Hellboy Returns In “BPRD Hell On Earth: The Transformation Of J.H. O’Donnell”

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It’s new comic book day…. What’s everyone getting?

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Comics Alliance – New York Comic Con Merges With Anime Convention, Could Lose Javits CenterStill a great show.

Wizkids – Comic-Con Episode IV: A Fan’s Hope DVD and HeroClix Exclusive Combo PackI want!

Bleeding Cool – ComiXology Tracked Reddit DownloadersDRM battles come to comic books.

Bleeding Cool – Diamond Lays Off Three, Raises Questions Over Diamond DigitalOuch, guessing it’s not going so well.


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MTV Geek – Doctor Who/Star Trek: The Next Generation – Assimilation 2 #1

ComicM!x – Super Spy

Asylum Press Announces Zombie Terrors As A Digital Comic Series On iPad, iPhone, Android, PC/Mac & Kindle Fire


April 24, 2012 (Los Angeles) Frank Forte announces that Asylum Press will release a Zombie Terrors as an ongoing digital series.Cvr

Zombie Terrors (ongoing series) is an anthology of the undead. It gathers together artists and writers from all over the world to have their hand at everyone’s favorite brain eaters. Issues 1-5 will feature content form the Zombie terrors TPB released in 2010, and issues 6 and on will feature all new content.

Zombie Terrors will also be available on Comixology. Comics+ (Iverse), Graphicly, Diamond Digital as well as stand alone apps and epubs on KindleFire, Nook, Kobo, ibookstore, and Googlebooks.

“We’re very excited about the possibility of reaching so many people all over the world, “ explains publisher Frank Forte, “tablets and smart phone ownership is exploding and we want to provide great comics content. The one obstacle we face is coordinating releases an all platforms and devices. We’ll be updating which comics are available on which platforms on our website.”

Zombie Terrors #1 is a morbid flesh rotting collection of zombie tales. Featuring an international cast of artistic talent. Frank Forte delivers Beheaded, a tale of a crazed hillbilly who takes trophies off of his zombie victims. “The Feast” tells the tale of a gourmet chef taken hostage by a greedy mob boss, By Royal McGraw and Aduato Silva. In “Hate”, by Doug Williams, a recently turned undead still has some semblance of his humanity–and he hates it. Pin-ups by David Hartman. Many flesh-eating tales to shock and horrify! !






Founded in 1999 by Frank Forte, Asylum Press is a unique publishing house specializing in high profile projects from some of the industry’s biggest rising stars. Steve Mannion’s Fearless Dawn is the company’s newest title and has been a great fan favorite. Publishing action/adventure comics with Black Powder: A Bloody Frontier Adventure, Trenchcoats, Cigarettes and Shotguns, Warlash: Zombie Mutant Genesis. And continuing their tradition of horror with Undead Evil, Satan’s 3-Ring Circus of Hell, Asylum of Horrors, Zombie Terrors, EEEK! Asylum Press continues to be on the cutting edge of comic and graphic novel publishing. Asylum Press is distributed by Diamond Comics Distributors, Liber Distributors and Tony Shenton and to the Booktrade by SCB Distributors, Ingram and Baker and Taylor. Distributed in the U.K. by Turnaround Distribution.