Wallace & Gromit On iPhone

Press release below about those loveable British claymation characters and their rather impressive entry into the world of digital comics.

Wallace & Gromit digital comic reaches half a million downloads!

Titan Publishing’s Wallace & Gromit digital comic is taking the iPhone by storm with over half a million downloads of its first free app!

Since its launch on November 7, Wallace & Gromit digital comic has reached number one in the UK free books app store, a first for a British comic and has also risen to the number three spot overall in the free apps chart, a cracking feat and no mistake! All four paid for Wallace & Gromit comic apps have been within the top 20 paid apps in the UK book chart since their launch in November.

And it’s not only us Brits who can’t get enough of Aardman’s iconic duo – it’s currently the number one free book download in America and Canada and number 2 in Australia!

Wallace & Gromit digital comics editor Ned Hartley said: “We’ve been amazed at how well our first app has done – Wallace & Gromit is such a great brand, and iPhone users obviously love them as much as we do!”

You can download the first Wallace & Gromit Comic, ‘The W Files’ for free at www.titanpublishing/digital, and there are four other fantastic Wallace & Gromit comics available at the app store, for just 59p/$0.99 each!

Wallace & Gromit digital comics are also now available for download on PSP! Issue 1 is available for free and subsequent issues are just 79p/ $0.99 each – with each issue containing two great Wallace & Gromit stories!

To find out more information and to download some cracking comics, visit

TV Show Comics On iPhone

We have a feature in the first issue of Arcana on comiXology and the work they’re doing bringing comics to the wonders of the iPhone. The number of  TV shows comic adaptations  on the handy device seems to be increasing too, with The Middle Man and Spartacus: Blood and Sand comics giving fans of the live action shows to follow their digital counterparts. There’s a short article here on the topic, even though they do describe X-Men as “animation influenced.” Oh well. At least comics are being promoted in various formats these days and it’s not just the sometimes intimidating/bewildering LCS as the only option for getting your mitts on some sequential art goodness.

Exclusive iPhone Comic Debuts

ComiXology continues pushing forward digital comics revolution with their first original comic, Box 13, created by Harvey Award and zuda.com winning team of David Gallaher and Steve Ellis.

Available for free exclusively on Comics by comiXology, Box 13 is a re-imagining of the popular radio serial of the same name.

It follows the harrowing adventures of author Dan Holiday as he unlocks clues to his past and his very identity. Holliday has spent the last several years of his life researching the secrets behind the MKULTRA project. His latest book has brought him a degree of notoriety around the country and around the world. And, during his recent book tour – Dan discovers something that will change his life forever. Join him as he leans what lurks inside Box 13.


The series will run in seven-page installments weekly for 13 weeks, with the first installment released October 13th. The following twelve chapters will be released on Thursdays, when comiXology traditionally releases all the new releases to the Comics app.

“David and Steve created an innovative and exciting comic at zuda.com with High Moon,” said David Steinberger, CEO of comiXology. “They are a perfect choice to explore the possibilities of great storytelling on our platform, too. The first chapter starts with a bang, and we fully expect it to be a reason for people to check in with the app every Thursday, at least for the next thirteen weeks!”

Comics by comiXology is the top selling comics app on the iPhone and iPod Touch, with over 350 comics from nearly 30 publishers, including over 60 free to download after the initial $0.99 purchase. Wired.com wrote that “comiXology may have solved the problem of reading comics on the small screen.”

Irredeemable On Your iPhone

Irredeemable 4 CvrDigital comics shop comiXology keep pulling out all the stops. Not only do they offer a free app for your iPhone, and dozens of free comics to go with it, but now they have a new “push notification,” which basically alerts subscribers to new releases of their fave comics. You can also post a Tweet from the app itself, see your purchasing history and manage your library. Phew.

If that’s not exciting enough, comiXology has just added BOOM! Studio’s best series, Irredeemable to their line-up. The first 4 issues of the dark superhero tale by Mark Waid and Peter Krause will be available for only 99c from iTunes tomorrow, October 1.

That’s a bargain for such a great series.

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