And coming soon, our fan-favorite anthology Digital Webbing Presents will experience a DIGITAL EVOLUTION and return as a digital series with all-new original material!
Check out the Digital Webbing page at Comixology
Ultimately, we choose not to use this as our final cover for various reasons, but thought you’d get a kick out of seeing what could have been.
And who knows, in like 50 years, there might actually be a copy that looks identical to this floating around in the back-issue market. Heh.
One of the things I never got a chance to quite finish was the Digital Webbing Presents store page. Well, I can write that off my to-do list. All 35 issues are posted. Looking at the page sure does bring back memories because it was a solid 6 years. Without Digital Webbing Presents, we probably wouldn’t be seeing BloodRayne, Fist of Justice, Team 14 and the many other titles planned.
Through DWP’s 6 year history, we’ve seen some major pros contribute; Michael Moorcock, Eric Powell, Scott Morse, Steve Niles, Bernie Wrightson, Jay Faerber, Brian Miller, Nick Bradshaw, Chris Eliopoulis, Anthony Castrillo, and Bill Pressing to name a few.
We’ve also showcased some of the newest talent who are now making names for themselves; Kody Chamberlain, Scottie Young, Greg Scott, Jon Sommariva, Jon Malin, Mahmud Asrar, Yildiray Cinar, Chad Hardin, Ben Hunzeker, Dustin Yee, Mitchell Breitweiser, JK Woodward, and the list grows with each passing day.
A while back DWP contributor Ian Ascher told me his local comic shop guy considered DWP to be the equivalent of the “rookie card” for the comics industry. That’s a pretty huge compliment. Thanks for a great 6 years!
Was going through an old hard drive and stumbled across several pieces of art, unused covers, and all sorts of other goodies. So while we’re waiting for our next title to hit (Fist of Justice #2), thought it’d be cool to share these little treasures.
First up, a drawing from Andie Tong (Batman Strikes, Spider-Man UK). Andie drew Khenan in DWP #14 and one day, he just tossed this my way. A character based on the Digital Webbing logo. Pretty wild, eh?
Next up; a unused Fist of Justice cover.
Here’s a 5-page preview of Digital Webbing Presents #35 featuring the final chapter of The Enigmas storyline (it’s full-length, 22 pages of craziness).
On sale: October 31, 2007, Digital Webbing Press
DIGITAL WEBBING PRESENTS #35
By Dustin Yee, Casey Maloney
The evil Illuminati have decided humanity has grown boring and wish to replace them with an all-new species. It’s up to our Crypo-All-Stars to protect the human race! Big Foot, Loch Ness Monster, Abominable Snowman and the alien survivor of the Roswell incident jump into action, but is it enough?
There’s still time to run out and order the titles we have scheduled for September release! We’re offering 2 new and 2 premium titles:
E-Man: Dolly — our second E-Man comic! Nick Cuti and Joe Staton return to give E-Man fans what they want — crazy, fun. amd action!
Digital Webbing Presents #35 featuring The Enigmas — the final chapter of the 2-part Enigmas story. Run out and get this, you’ll hate yourself once I announce what’s planned for this group of misfits. Unfortunately, looking over preliminary numbers on DWP, this may end up being the final issue of our longest running anthology. An issue sooner than I anticipated, but we gotta listen to cold, hard, sales figures.
E-Man: Recharged Classic Homage — signed by E-Man creator/artist Joe Staton!! This issue was last year’s retailer incentive, now being offered to fans with Joe’s signature. A true collectible!
BloodRayne: Lycan Rex DW Exclusive — signed by artist Mark A. Robinson. Originally available only through the web and conventions, now you can get your grubby mitts on one with Mark’s John Hancock. Don’t miss out!
Don’t forget to ask for Digital Webbing comics at your local comic shop! There are tons of shops out there who do stock our books, it’s true! I hear from the owners directly! For the shops that don’t stock ‘em, ask for them because they probably don’t know you want the books!
Thanks for reading!
Every once in a while, Diamond changes things to keep us on our toes. Usually when a book is delivered to them, it’s a 2-week turnaround until it hits comic shops. Been like this for the past half year, so you would think I have the system figured out by now, right?
Either that or I got confused by the weeks. Hmmm… maybe I’ll stick with the first explaination. Ha! Either way, DWP34 hits better comic shops on July 5th. Run to your local comic shop to grab yourself a copy. It’s the first appearance of Dustin Yee’s Enigmas, and mark my words, you’re gonna be seeing more of them in some shape or form.
Big Foot, The Loch Ness Monster, The Abominable Snowman, and an alien survivor of The Roswell Incident! Together, these four mysterious legends form “The Enigmas.”
The Digital Webbing titles are listed in Diamond’s July Previews, and will hit stores in September. You can order them from your retailer now.
DIGITAL WEBBING PRESENTS #35
By Dustin Yee, Casey Maloney
The evil Illuminati have decided humanity has grown boring and wish to replace them with an all-new species. It’s up to our Crypto-All-Stars to protect the human race! Big Foot, Loch Ness Monster, Abominable Snowman and the alien survivor of the Roswell incident jump into action, but is it enough?
(Diamond Code JUL07 3507)
E-Man and the gang return for another all-new self-contained story! On a mission in outer space, E-Man finds a little girl stranded in the fabled area known as Null Space. Once on earth, he and Nova discover Dolly’s uncanny ability to control dolls, but who’s controlling Dolly? It’s all-out action, adventure and fun in the proud E-Man tradition.
(Diamond Code JUL07 3508)
E-MAN RECHARGED COLLECTOR’S ITEM COVER – SIGNED
By Nicola Cuti, Joe Staton, Matt Webb
Signed by co-creator and artist Joe Staton. If you missed the first E-Man one-shot, now’s your chance to grab a copy. This cover was offered as a retailer exclusive bonus. A very limited supply is available. In this issue, the original creators reunite E-Man with his girlfriend Nova Kane and their arch-nemesis, The Brain from Sirius.
(Diamond Code JUL07 3509)
Signed by G.I. Joe: Storm Shadow artist Mark A. Robinson. If you missed the Lycan Rex one-shot the first time, now’s your chance to own an exclusive cover variant. A very limited supply is available. Agent Rayne goes up against an army of werewolves all being controlled by the mysterious Lycan Rex. Their mission: to bring the Brimstone Society to its knees.
(Diamond Code JUL07 3510)