If you’re looking for new digital comics to read over the long Memorial Day weekend we’ve got just the book for you. The first chapter of the new, digital-first series AME-COMI GIRLS will be released on Monday, May 28.
AME-COMI GIRLS is based on the best-selling product line from DC Collectibles that brings the distinct Japanese influence of anime and manga to DC Comics’ female heroines and their foes. In the new series the heroines must unite to stop an invasion by the female Braniac, who is aided by a group of “bad girl” super villains.
“Why wait until Wednesday of each week to get your fix from DC when you can download some of coolest comics on earth every Monday, featuring everyone’s favorite female characters,” said co-writer Jimmy Palmiotti. “This is such a cool project to be working on and after a week or two, I guarantee you will be hooked!”
The new series will offer new, weekly digital chapters available for download on Mondays. Initially, there will be five individual character arcs with multiple chapters, leading up to united, Ame-Comi girl series. All stories are written by Jimmy Palmiotti and Justin Gray with Wonder Woman art by Amanda Conner and Tony Akins, Batgirl art by Sanford Greene, Duela Dent art by Ted Naifeh, Power Girl art by Mike Bowden and Supergirl art by Santi Casas.
The best-selling Ame-Comi figures from DC Collectibles that inspired new digtial comic series AME-COMI GIRLS.
AME-COMI GIRLS Wonder Woman art by Amanda Conner.