Tuesday, 24 April 2012

Meadowhell $1.99/£1.20 Epub, LRF, PDF, Kindle, PDB

A Twilight Zone style, Hammer Horror whodunnit, with an M. Night Shyamalan twist and all clues to solve the three gruesome murders in the narrative is just $0.99 and UK/Euro equivalents.

CDComics Surreal Murder Mysteries Vol 1, Meadowhell: The True Horror of Shopping, a 56 page Graphic Novel, that could change the way you shop forever, has been price adjusted so that is it equal on all the following sites, but first here's a taster.

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Drive Thru Comics:
Available in PDF, CBZ and MOBI formats

Available in LRF, Epub and PDB

Warning the story is intended to cause nightmares...

Check out http://www.cdgraphicnovels.blogspot.com/ for lots more images and stories

Wednesday, 18 April 2012

Meadowhell New Cover for PDF CBZ or MOBI Download

A tribute to Cthulhu and Edgar Allan Poe, Meadowhell: The True Horror of Shopping is on Drive Thru Comics in PDF, CBZ and MOBI formats, priced $1.99 and UK or Euro equivalents.

The title is currently available on Kindle and at Sheffield's Space Centre, Rare and Racey and Broomill's Galaxy 4 on CDrom.

It's a 56 page full colour Graphic Novel and here's the new cover and a couple of links

Coming soon to Drive Thru Comics, Spring Heeled Jack, Crowley and Tesla in Manhattan and War Nurse, plus Football Crazy all available during the next four weeks from CDComics and already out on Kindle and in the shops mentioned above

Spring Heeled Jack on PDF, CBZ and MOBI

A tribute to Cthulhu and Edgar Allan Poe, Spring Heeled Jack: From the Tunnels of Hell is due out next week on Drive Thru Comics in PDF, CBZ and MOBI formats, priced $1.99 and UK or Euro equivalents.

The title is currently available on Kindle and at Sheffield's Space Centre, Rare and Racey and Broomill's Galaxy 4 on CDrom.

Here's the new cover

This is the second in the series and follows the success of Meadowhell: The True Horror of Shopping that is available at all the above outlets, see links

Thursday, 12 April 2012

CDComics Taster Free PDF on Drive Thru

Spring Heeled Jack, Nikola Tesla and Aleister Crowley in Manhatttan and War Nurse, plus Meadowhell, and Football Crazy.

There is a 30 page full colour PDF CDComics Taster for you to download absolutely free from Drive Thru Comics at http://comics.drivethrustuff.com/product/101254/CDComics-Taster

Visit http://www.cdgraphicnovels.blogspot.com/ for more images or follow us on twitter @CDGraphicNovels

The entire Meadowhell: The True Horror of Shopping graphic novel is already available to buy for just $1.99/£1.30 at

Jasdesign CDComic gifts

Jasdesign have produced mugs for Manhattan and Meadowhell that are on sale locally and will soon be available via the website below


JaS Design offer this service to small independent companies and create bespoke gifts to order, contact via email from new website above

Tuesday, 3 April 2012

CDComics in PDF format

Meadowhell, Spring Heeled Jack, Manhattan 1930, Football Crazy and War Nurse are all about to start being released in PDF format on Drive Thru Comics

If this interests you contact us on Twitter @CDGraphicNovels and we are trying to suss out a pricing policy...



Did the Fortean Times favourite scientist Nikola Tesla ever meet the infamous British occultist Aleister Crowley?

In 1930 Tesla was 73 and lived in the New Yorker Hotel, while Aleister Crowley, who was 55 at the time was travelling the world under various assumed names and visited America briefly in January 1930 before he resurfaced in first in Portiugal and then Berlin. 

Well, according to the pages of Manhattan 1930 they certainly came within a few pages of each other.

You can check out more at www.cdgraphicnovels.blogspot.com   

Manhattan 1930 is available for £1.53/$2.99 on Kindle at

Sunday, 1 April 2012

Tesla's Steampunk Airship

Before the Wright Brothers achieved sustained heavier than air controlled powered flight at Kitty Hawk in 1903 and the German Government announced a scheduled derigible airship service across Europe in 1909, there were two newspaper articles in 1896 and 1897 from Sacramento and Appleton, Wisconsin that reported man had already achieved heavier than air powered flight.