Here are the the latest new comics for the PSP. This week will be the final update for digital comics on the PSP. The Digital Comics Team will continue to work on bringing the comic service to other Sony devices. We’ll make sure to keep you updated with any future developments right here on the PlayStation.Blog. In the meantime, you can continue to download any of the over 4,000 existing comics from the comic store as usua. Thanks for your support and we hope you continue to enjoy comics on PSP!
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Today we have seven new titles on the store. Let’s start with a new addition to our Batman library: Batman: Arkham City. The Joker took over Arkham a year ago, and Gotham isn’t quite back to normal. An attack by a pair of super-powered twins increases the threat level and triggers Gotham City’s new mayor to call for drastic measures.
For all you Mercy Sparx and Hack/Slash fans, you will be very pleased with the cross-over title Hack Slash and Mercy Sparx! It’s a fun violent romp that brings DDP’s sexiest seductresses together for the first time, and will be sure not to disappoint.
We also have two new Tank Girl titles, Transformers: Devastation, the follow-up to last week’s release, Transformers: Escalation, and many more!
Hi everyone, and welcome back to the comics updates! Let’s catch-up with a whopping 154 new comics today.
The saga of the Transformers’ secret war on Earth begun in The Transformers: Infiltration continues with Phase Two: Transformer: Escalation. With the monumental menaces of MEGATRON and Ore-13 looming, the AUTOBOTS could be forgiven for thinking things couldn’t get much worse. But they might be wrong! All 6 issues of this mini-series available today.
Orson Scott Card,’s epic sci-fi saga Ender’s Game starts today with Ender’s Game (2008): Battle School, as well as parallel series Ender’s Shadow (2008): Battle School. There’s a war coming, and the same aliens who almost destroyed Earth once are coming back to finish the job. Who can help? According to the military, 8-year-old Ender Wiggin, who enters the mysterious training facility Battle School.
Fans of Star Trek and fans of awesome vintage comics, this one is for you: started in 1967, the same year the original television series premiered , the original Star Trek comics series continue here with 34 issues! Follow the original Enterprise crew, Kirk, Spock, McCoy, and Scott, in adventures available nowhere else.
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Let’s start with a quality addition to our Batman range, in the form of the first two issues of 1989 series Batman: Legends of the Dark Knight. In part 1 and 2 of the 5-part “Shaman” storyline, Bruce Wayne meets a tribal shaman who influences his life forever while mountain climbing in his days before becoming Batman. Returning to Gotham City, Bruce takes up the cowl and meets Leslie Thompkins before experiencing a major tragedy.
Rumor has it that our next character could destroy Iron Man’s armor with his bare hands, and that he commands superhuman martial arts abilities. Meet chilling superbaddie Mandarin in Invincible Iron Man Annual (2010). The Mandarin is a collection of lies, stories, myths, and legends – is he really a violent street crook born in a brothel? The scion of an aristocratic dynasty? Was his father a petty criminal or an ambassador? Was his mother a British noblewoman, or maybe a dragon-chasing wastrel lost in the underbelly of the world? Find out here.
Two great game IPs continue in comic form this week. In the series finale God of War #6, Kratos faces his greatest test to date—the behemoth Gyges, the living island! The adventures of bike messenger turned superhero Cole MacGrath also continue in inFAMOUS #3, featuring a monstrous super-being who won’t rest until Cole is dead!
Make sure you check out other comics from our Video-Games range: Resident Evil Vol.2, Ratchet & Clank, Castlevania, Silent Hill, Sonic the Hedgehog, World of Warcraft, Starcraft, and more.
The untold origin of Iron Man continues in Ultimate Iron Man II (2007)! When last we saw him, young Tony Stark was nearly blown to bits. How much of him survived his initial Iron Man trial run, and where does the young genius go from here? Issues #1-5 of Ultimate Iron Man (2005) are also available in the store if you need to catch-up, along with other Ultimate Marvel series.
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The terrifying world of Resident Evil returns to comics with Resident Evil Vol. 2! The dedicated agents of the Bioterrorism Security Assessment Alliance face off against Virus-spreading bio-weapons both in space and on land. The Joint Nations Space Station has gone offline; BSAA Agent Mina Gere investigates and is confronted by a crew of flesh-eating bio-weapons; veteran mercenary Holiday Sugarman is sent to remote Grezbekistan, and his team won’t be around for much longer… A new chapter in the Resident Evil saga kicks off with a bang!
Our next highlight is an all-new beginning for the book that Wizard calls “the best original concept from Marvel in thirty years!”… Runaways (2005) is on! A group of teenagers discovers that their parents are actually super-villains, and they run away from home… only to find that nearly every bad guy in the Marvel Universe is trying to fill the power vacuum in Los Angeles, and they are the only ones who can stop them!
Who’s next this week on PSP? You guessed it – Doctor Who!
IDW presents the critically acclaimed Doctor Who comic book series, featuring all-new adventures of Matt Smith, the Eleventh Doctor, the 10th Doctor, David Tennant, and classics from decades past. We have no less than 36 Dr Who comics for you to try! In Agent Provocateur, the tenth doctor and Londoner sidekick Martha Jones stop oppression, darkness, and evil spreading throughout the galaxies… But someone out there has the Doctor in their sights. Classics Volume 1 features the Fourth Doctor in adventures written by renowned talents Pat Mills, John Wagner, and Dave Gibbons (Watchmen). Also available is Doctor Who’s first ongoing monthly series – with all 16 issues of Volume 1 and the first issue of Volume 2. Including Doctor travelling to 1920s Hollywood where he befriends stars and, of course, discovers an alien plot. Check out the full list below for more Dr Who goodness.
The biggest House of M story is finally revealed in Civil War: House of M (2008) – how did Magneto take over the world? Christos Gage (Thunderbolts, House of M: Avengers) and Andrea Di Vito (Annihilation) reveal how the penniless refugee rose to conquer the entire planet…
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Neil Gaiman’s renowned comic Sandman continues with issue #27. In this penultimate issue of the “Season of Mists” storyline, the decision concerning Hell’s new ownership falls to an unlikely heir while Morpheus attends to an unruly guest in his realm…
Before he claimed the throne, before he battled the dragon Fafnir, before he became worthy of mighty Mjolnir, our hero was simply one of many young sons of Asgard… Meet young Thor in Thor: Son of Asgard (2004), an epic coming of age story written by celebrated manga writer Akira Yoshida and beautifully illustrated by newcomer Greg Tocchini.
In the must-try, one of a kind series Kill Shakespeare, the celebrated author’s world is transported to comics with unexpected twists and surprises. As word of the Prodigals’ victory spreads a rebel army masses in Shrewsbury. Against this backdrop, Othello and Iago cross swords, Richard and Lady Macbeth lock horns and Hamlet and Juliet’s love blossoms…