Look at ALL these digital releases!

If you like reading comics on your tablet, today is a big day. We’ve got books by the late, great Jack Davis, modern classics by Dame Darcy and Dash Shaw, and new collections and graphic novels from Spain and Argentina.

living mummyThe Living Mummy and Other Stories collects Jack Davis at his most eye-poppingly terrifying and gleefully gruesome. These vintage EC stories feature everything a horror fan could ask for — vampires, ghouls, revenge — all leavened with the pun-laced humor of scripter Al Feldstein and illuminated by the virtuoso brushwork of Davis himself. Find The Living Mummy on comiXology and Google Play.





meat cakeDame Darcy has been bewitching readers for over 20 years with her neo-Victorian horror/humor/romance comic Meat Cake. The Meat Cake Bible is the definitive collection of the series, one that feels like you’ve peeked into the most creative, deranged dollhouse you’ve ever seen, with all 17 issues plus extras. Get the Meat Cake Bible on comiXology and Google Play.






cosplayersCosplayers by Dash Shaw celebrates fandom in all its theatricality and DIY beauty, as well as its conflation of fantasy with reality. Cosplayers collects all seven interconnected short stories about two young woman and proves to be affectionate, funny, and humanistic. Get Cosplayers through comiXology and Google Play.






spanish feverWe are proud to introduce more than 30 working artists from Spain working on the cutting edge of comics with Spanish Fever. This anthology showcases the best of the new wave of art comics from a country with one of the strongest cartoon traditions in the world, and features art from Paco Roca, Miguel Gallardo, and newcomers like Anna Galvan and José Domingo. Spanish Fever can be found on comiXology.





growing upIn Growing Up in Public, Argentine artist Ezequiel Garcia explores the trials and tribulations of transitioning into his 30s as a working artist, where the only thing more uncertain than the source of his next paycheck is the future of his hometown Buenos Aires. Drawn in nuanced, expressive, grungy brushstrokes, Growing Up in Public welcomes a new artist to the United States and can be read through comiXology and Google Play.




wrinklesLast but not least, we have Wrinkles by Spanish cartoonist Paco Roca. Wrinkles tells the tale of two men who attempt one last adventure as they try to escape an Alzheimer’s ward. This heartwarming and fun book can be found on comiXology.