WirePop Launches on October 10
Submitted by Morbius on October 8, 2003 - 16:32
WirePop announced today that it will officially launch on October 10 with its amazing list of launch titles from highly talented manga style artists.
The next big webcomic subscription site is here. WirePop is the first genre specific for English Manga and Manga-styled webcomics.
WirePop will feature some big names in the webmanga community such as:
- Denise Jones of Eversummer Eve
- Brion Foulke of FlipSide
- Dan Hess of Angel Moxie at Venis Productions
- Niko and Clay of Fantasy Realms
- Svetlana Chmakova of Chasing Rainbows on Girlamatic
- HAI from Homanga
- And many more talented up and coming artists.
“It has taken a lot of work and persistence but we are finally there.” said George Panella, WirePops’ Publisher “I’m very proud of the list of highly talented artists we have gathered. They are very dedicated to bring amazing manga to your desktop everyday. Remember that the latest episode is always free. Be sure to take advantage of the Pre-Launch special subscription deal and save on your first year subscription. It’s all about the comics and we think readers will be pleased with WirePop. Be sure to check it out.”
Here what others are saying about WirePop:
"WirePop looks set to give Modern Tales some serious competition -- more than any other webcomics project I've seen. We've been waiting for serious competition. Let the games begin!" - Joey Manley - Modern Tales
“George Panella has assembled an impressive lineup of creators from the online manga camps; WirePop is guaranteed to knock your socks off!" - Dirk Tiede - DynaManga
“WirePop: webcomics that don't suck"- Hyung Sun Kim - Kung Fool
14 launch titles will debut on the WirePop.com website when it is launched on October 10, and will be updated weekly. The latest episode of every WirePop webcomic will be free for anyone to read. "This new industry of publishing comics online is affording readers a new way to access quality, professional comics that was never really possible in the print world. The diligent reader can read the WirePop.com webcomics for free if they keep up with the weekly updates," said Panella "but the paying subscriber will gain access to more content, extras and the ever growing archive of WirePop webcomics to read at their leisure." WirePop.com subscription prices will be $2.95 a month, or $24.95 a year.
WirePop.com is the first online publisher and subscription site of Manga and Manga-styled English comics. WirePop publishes 14 exclusive webcomics by independent comic book creators on its upcoming website WirePop.com. WirePop.com is one of the first genre specific webcomic subscription publishers and will be expanding into printed comics in the near future.
For more information go to www.wirepop.com.