Digital Goodness

We’ve got such a diverse array of digital releases today, there’s guaranteed to be something for everybody to connect with. Or, if you’re like us, you love them all! Plug those tablets in because here they are . . .

hhIssue #9 of Ed Piskor’s Hip Hop Family Tree marks a new era in rap music as Beastie Boys assemble, Run DMC become superstars, and the Fat Boys make a name for themselves. Your favorite rapper’s favorite rappers are all covered in this bold installment of the award-winning, best-selling series. Find it at comiXology.

Also, from the Fantagraphics vaults comes two 800-page behemoths tracking the history of mini comics and cartoon rebellion. These two volumes reproduce some of the best, and most rare, self-published comics dealing in the startling, visionary, hilarious, profane, and profound from cartoonists such as Justin Green, Roberta Gregory, Marc Bell, Esther Pearl Watson, Ron Rege Jr., and many more!  For the first time digitally, read the Treasury of Mini Comics Volume 1 and Volume 2.