electricomics Archives

Electricomics To Make Its Digital Comics Research Public, Imminently #TBF15
At the Thought Bubble panel for Electricomics last year, they had an idea, but that was all. Last weekend at Thought Bubble, they had an app featuring some of the best creators in comics, and a bunch of experimental newcomers. It's been quite a year. The panel consisted of Electricomics' editor Leah Moore, creator John Reppion and Peter Hogan, photographer and fundraiser Mitch[...]
Alan Moore And Colleen Doran's Big Nemo To Be A Print Comic As Well? #TB15
At the ElectriComics panel at Thought Bubble this morning, the panel were asked if any of their digital comics (free on the iOS App) would appear in print. Mitch Jenkins, the man who helped get the funding for the project and longtime Alan Moore collaborator had an answer He said that they have been talking to Avatar[...]
Things To Do In The Midlands This Weekend If You Love Comics
It simply looks stunning. When I won't be drinking lattes, cappuccinos and the like, while dunking donuts at Urban Coffee, I imagine I will be wandering round and taking in such sights as Ladyeez Do Comics (a growing comic movement that meet from time-to-time in Birmingham and other cities across the land), checking in with the[...]
Alan Moore Destroys His Industrial Keyboard And Talks Electricomics
We've run two interviews here on Bleeding Cool where comics creator Alan Moore talks about the new open-access app launched by Orphans of the Storm, NESTA (the funding body), and Ocasta Studios (the software developers), called Electricomics On the initial launch of that free app in early September, the public were introduced to four comics,[...]
Alan Moore Gives Us A Tour Of 'Big Nemo' & The Digital World Of Electricomics
The Electricomics app launched on September 2nd, 2015, and when it did, it represented the culmination of many months of research, documentation, development, and comic creation for a rather large number of dedicated people The participants ranged from the software development team for the app, Ocasta Studios, to the funding body that granted development resources[...]
Pop Culture Hounding Electricomics With Leah Moore And John Reppion
By Chris Thompson [audio: http://popculturehound.net/podcast/PCHPodcastEpisode112.mp3] After the triumphant return of Scott Snyder last episode (which you can still listen to here), this time I'm back with the Electricomics panel from the recent Thought Bubble Festival – plus a follow-up chat with creators Leah Moore & John Reppion which I conducted at the show. Leah & John go in-depth[...]
Bleeding Cool's 31 Best Interviews Of 2014
I'd like to thank those who engaged in interviews this year on Bleeding Cool again for sharing their perspective and wisdom with us, and with our readers. Here are some of the highlights from the interviews of 2014 from myself, Rich Johnston, Dan Wickline, Adi Tantimedh, Alex Wilson, Nikolai Fomich, and Jeremy Konrad: With Fred Van Lente:[...]