Sony PSN Digital Comics Update for December 22, 2009
SCEE's Digital Comics Product Manager Mayumi Donovan is here with this week's Sony PSN digital comics update for December 22, 2009 as follows:
Hope you are enjoying our Digital Comics Service, which launched last week.
Despite launching with over 550 titles, we're not resting on our laurels. Oh no. We'll be updating the Comic store each & every week with the latest & greatest content from the wonderful world of comics, and today is no exception. Here are the new releases for 22nd December:
- Ghost Rider (2005) #1 : The Road To Damnation #1- #6 - Marvel (£1.19/€1.49) Ages 15+
- The Fantastic Four (1961) #1 - #15 - Marvel (£1.19/€1.49) Ages 3+
- The Mighty Avengers (2007) #1 - #6 - Marvel (£1.19/€1.49) Ages 9+
- 2000AD Prog #1660 - 2000AD (£1.19/€1.49) Ages 15+
- Locke and Key: Welcome to Lovecraft #1 - IDW (£0.79/€0.99) Ages 17+
- Nanovor: Game Day #1 - IDW (£0.79/€0.99) Ages 9+
- Transformers: All Hail Megatron #7 - IDW (£1.19/€1.49) Ages 12+
- Wormwood: Gentleman Corpse #1 : Birds, Bees, Blood & Beer #1 - #4 - ID (£0.79/€0.99) Ages 17+
For those of you who haven't started using the service yet, it's easy to get started. Just update your PSP with the latest firmware (6.20) and click the Digital Comics icon under the "Extras" column on PSP's XMB menu to install the Reader. Then visit PlayStation Store on your PSP for a huge range of comics to download.
Choose from the battling Super Heroes of Marvel, including Spider-Man, X-Men and the Fantastic Four, to Disney's Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck. You'll find TRANSFORMERS and Star Trek from IDW, alongside characters from Titan, iVerse and 2000AD, as well as the latest underground sensations and works from local publishers.
You'll even find a fantastic bunch of FREE comics to get you started.
We've also launched the Digital Comics Web site at www.playstationcomics.com in Australia, New Zealand, United Kingdom and South Africa. Here you'll be able to browse the catalogue at your leisure, see the latest updates & new additions, chat with like-minded fans in the forum and read some informative blog posts.
You can even purchase & download comics using Media Go. You'll also find Help & FAQ pages to get you up & running.
Sincere apologies for our Irish friends. We are still working on sorting out the technical problems, and we will let you know as soon as this is done.
For those countries where Digital Comics was not launched yet, we are planning further stores roll out next year. Keep your eye on PlayStation.com and the Digital Comics website for the very latest news and updates!
The next Digital Comics content update is planned for the 7th January.