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Digital Releases for June 12th

The following Archaia digital comics are now available for download on comiXology!
(Digital First refers to titles that are available first as digital comics before the print version is released.)

Gunnerkrigg Court Vol. 4 #3: Materia

Gunnerkrigg Court Vol. 4: Materia #3

Digital First
$1.99

(W) Thomas Siddell
(A) Thomas Siddell

Annie and Kat have settled their dispute and settled into their new quarters for the year. Kat pursues her robot theory, and along with Annie and some of the other robots for support, she starts to build an innovative robot the likes of which has never been seen before.

 

But that’s not all! The following Archaia titles are now available for download from the Comics Plus App!

Gunnerkrigg Court #6Gunnerkrigg Court Vol. 1: Orientation #6

$1.99

(W) Thomas Siddell
(A) Thomas Siddell

Part 6! Orientation is the first in a series of books about Antimony Carver, a girl who attends school at gloomy Gunnerkrigg Court, and the people she meets, the strange things that happen, and the things she causes to happen as she and her new friend, Kat, unravel the mysteries of the Court. Antimony and Kat deal with the everyday adventures of growing up at a school that has robots running around along side body-snatching demons, forest gods, and the odd mythical creature.

Judge Bao #3Judge Bao #3

$2.99

(W) Patrick Marty
(A) Chongrui Nie

Where Judge Bao establishes that the fire has a criminal origin, and where Zhan Zhao saves the life of a courtesan. Judge Bao finally unmasks Flora’s murderer and purges the city of its corrupt leaders.

 

 

 

Hopeless, Maine #3Hopeless, Maine Vol. 1: Personal Demons #3

$2.99

(W) Nimue Brown
(A) Tom Brown

Part 3! Trapped on an island off the coast of Maine, the people of Hopeless find life a little darker and more dangerous with every day that passes. The number of orphans rises continually, but who can say what happens to their parents? Plenty of the bodies are never found. This is not the stuff of happy, careless childhoods, it is instead fertile ground for personal demons. In Hopeless, the demons are not always abstract concepts. Some of them have very real teeth, and very real horns.