Flintlocks and muskets relegated the action-packed hype that amped up within indie comics came out waking powder-keg popularity in 2003, and although the comic book series was Revolutionary the whole Black Mask spy series kept readers going Ape Entertainment.
The San Francisco-based company has since moved forward with well-received titles such as Athena Voltaire and Prodigal, the comics publisher has also introduced a new kids line of titles under their KiZoic brand.
On the opening day of New York Comic Con, Oct. 10, Ape Entertainment made the announcement that along with KiZoic the publisher was bringing its solid base of comics adaptations of game apps to digital distribution by partnering with Comixology.
Set to Comixology’s popularized Guided View and CMX-HD, Ape will debut its digital queue with a comics posit that arrays its capacity to meet all-age interests.
First issues of Mecha-Nation, Kung Fu Panda, Hero of Alexandria, Casper, Casper Classics, Poison Elves, Hellderado, Rise of the Guardians, Pocket God, Scouts, Strawberry Shortcake, Richie Rich, Richie Rich Classics, Donarr, Squids, Penguins of Madagascar, Puss in Boots, Little Green Men, Old McMonster’s Haunted Farm and Croods will be in the offering.
Ape Entertainment and Comixology have posit availability for these reads on iOS and Android devices.