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Submitted by The Dark Nebula on February 21, 2011 - 02:22
Cloud 9 Comix is Australia’s first digital comic book publisher. Collecting the best of independent comics from all six continents, Cloud 9 Comix delivers some of the favorite titles from Italy, France, Croatia, India, Argentina, Australia, USA and many other countries, with a number of titles fully translated and adapted into English language for the very first time.
"We are big fans of the international comic book scene and we will bring a number of classic Italian fumetti, French BD, as well as titles from Asia and South America to the digital platform, starting with the iPad and following up with Android and other platforms in the coming months”, says founder Benjamin Slabak. “Furthermore, we will work with and support independent comic book authors and small publishers in making their titles available to an audience that’s wider than ever before. A myriad of digital tablets and e-reader devices are slated for release during 2011 and we expect the digital comic book scene to experience a boom in 2011”.
The full range of The Dark Nebula graphic novels available through www.indyplanet.com & www.comicsmonkey.com
Submitted by The Dark Nebula on December 16, 2009 - 22:43
The full range of The Dark Nebula graphic novels as well as The Southern Cross & The Southern Squadron are now available at http://www.Indyplanet.com as well as the newly launched http://www.comicsmonkey.com
The Dark Nebula: 'Origins' : [http://www.indyplanet.com/store/product_info.php?products_id=511]
The Dark Nebula: 'Nightmares & Deceptions' : [http://www.indyplanet.com/store/product_info.php?products_id=935]
The Dark Nebula: 'The Chaos War' : [http://www.indyplanet.com/store/product_info.php?products_id=958]
The Trial Of The Dark Nebula : [http://www.indyplanet.com/store/product_info.php?products_id=1019]
The Dark Nebula: 'Allies & Adversaries' : [http://www.indyplanet.com/store/product_info.php?products_id=1019]
Submitted by The Dark Nebula on December 16, 2009 - 22:23
ComicsMonkey.com, a revolutionary new comics distribution service for direct sales market comics shops, brings comics distribution into the 21st century. ComicsMonkey.com uses print-on-demand technology and the world wide web to eliminate the hassles of traditional distribution -- no more pre-sales, no more advance ordering, and absolutely no more worries about late shipping. With its entire catalog and ordering system online ComicsMonkey.com simplifies the ordering process while also providing retailers with more information than ever before about the products available to them.
Submitted by The Dark Nebula on February 10, 2008 - 02:49
Hot on his return to Earth after his Trial on the planet Caileu, the Dark Nebula finds himself hunted by The Southern Squadron. How could this be when he's only been away for only 3 weeks? What could possibly put The Dark Nebula on the top of The Squadron's hit list with a bullet? The answer will astound you. The clues have been peppered in 'The Trial of the Dark Nebula' but nothing can prepare The Dark Nebula for his homecoming.
Keeping it real, 'Welcome Home', starting this week only at http://www.thedarknebula.com
Submitted by The Dark Nebula on December 19, 2007 - 03:01
How do you have two characters with the same name in the same adventure even though their careers are 50 years apart? Find out when The Southern Squadron's Southern Cross & The Golden Age Southern Cross encounter the same foe in the same place in 'Crossover'.
This little tale is a real charmer & avoids cliches - & remains true to characters of both features.
Â 'Crossover', starting this week at http://www.thedarknebula.com
Submitted by The Dark Nebula on December 15, 2007 - 22:11
Round one of the Trial of The Dark Nebula has gone to Cerellus & his fellow Caileuans (almost sounds like a rock band). Mark Medula has lost his struggle with Cerellus for predominance over his own body. He is now a prisioner within his own subconscious, en-route to Cerellus'home planet, Caileu, for trial & final judgement. All looks bleak for The Dark Nebula & the Earth - or does it? Nothing short of a miracle can rescue this situation. It's fortunate that 'theÂ impossible'Â is just another day in the office for The Dark Nebula.
'Gainfully Employed' - a solo adventure of Lt Smith of the Southern Squadron illustrated by the legendary Paul Gulacy
Submitted by The Dark Nebula on December 4, 2007 - 02:44
Southern Squadron fans are being treated to some great 'spotlight' stories of the various Squadron members, The Dingo in 'Little Sister' illustrated by Glenn Lumsden & Lt Smith in 'Gainfully Employed', illustrated by comics legend & veteran Paul Gulacy. This will be followed by 'Crossover' which features both the Golden Age & Modern Age Southern Cross. If you've never checked out The Southern Squadron now's the time to do so & for those long-time fans Down Under who love the Squadron dearly they've never looked better than now in full colour.
Submitted by The Dark Nebula on October 28, 2007 - 10:23
It's often said it's always darkest before the dawn - truer words have never been spoken when it comes to The Trial of The Dark Nebula.
In the events that led to the creation of The Dark Nebula, a champion of Life, created by Death, Mark Medula & the alien Cerellus of Caileu killed one another, with both being reborn in Mark Medula's body, while Cerellus remained a disembodied spirit in the recesses of Mark's mind.
Submitted by The Dark Nebula on September 9, 2007 - 23:26
After much time & deliberation The Golden Age Southern Cross' adventures are collected now for the first time, in full colour, & available on indyplanet.com.
Submitted by The Dark Nebula on September 9, 2007 - 23:14
Now you can enjoy your very own prestige edition copy of The Dark Nebula in full colour.