New Comics Turned Loose On PSP Store

A week on from its launch and there's a new batch of comics for sale on the PSP comic store. Anyone up for some new Transformers, 2000AD or Fantastic Four, head on through.

Both the North American and PAL stores have been updating, but licensing the way it is, the update isn't universal. So we'll list both separately.


* 2000AD Prog #1660 ($1.99) * Ghost Rider (2005) #1-6 ($1.99 each) * G.I. Joe: Cobra #1 ($0.99) * G.I. Joe Origins #1-2 ($0.99 each) * Locke & Key: Welcome to Lovecraft #1 ($0.99) * Nanovor #1 ($0.99) * The Fantastic Four (1961) #1-15 ($1.99 each) * The Mighty Avengers (2007) #1-6 ($1.99 each) * Transformers: All Hail Megatron #7 ($1.99) * Wormwood: Gentleman Corpse: Birds, Bees, Blood & Beer #1-4 ($0.99 each)


* 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+

While I prefer the feel of a new comic in my hands, it's nice seeing reasonable prices on a digital shopfront for once.


    Not exactly the creme de la creme, is it?

    Would be nice to see some lesser knows up there like johnny the homicical maniac, squee and bear.

    Also, bring on the marvel zombies comics!

    Another reason to get a PSP over the DSi. Would be nicer if they had some DC comics though. A little deadpool wouldn't go amiss either :P Beggers can't be choosers though, but they probaly will choose to buy hard copies instead

    Anyone know why the third transformers classic comic isn't on the AU store?

    I'm rather looking forward to new comics now, I was never a fan of comics in general but for this price point and level of convenience (even if the auto-zoom on some of the star trek ones is a bit messed up), I'm a convert.

    Shame they don't offer issue 1 of everything free though, I'm a bit more hesitant to try new ones without a demo

    Where's Batman and Deadpool? Or current comics?

    I'm about to buy a PSP... partly for this. Right now, I'm hoping there's some better in the actual store.

    If they had an assortment of Manga it would be into it.

      Yeh, I'm surprised that Playstation havent got deals in place for Manga stuff, digital forms of which have been around for many a moon- not really my bag, but if you really wana see some PSN dload traffic=dollars, throw some Manga out there...

    I really like the idea of Comics on the PSP,l but why not go one step further, i remember a while ago the sci-fi channel had this show called “Afterworld” it was a 2 or 3 min daily 3d show about the post apocalyptic world, I watched this show everyday as the story kept on getting better and better. I would love this show or other episodic content on my PSP, why not have a onetime fee to get a new episode everyday?, I’d pay.

    Or perhaps a small fee per episode on the PSN, I’m sure Sony could find shows willing to kill to get that kind of exposure.

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