Wallace and Gromit on your iPhone? Cracking Lad!

Digital comics are all the rage at the moment ( at least with me anyway).

I was at the Sony offices in London last week putting the  Digital Comic  Store through it’s paces on the PSP and now we have Titan Publishing launching Wallace and Gromit comics appearing on the iPhone.

Check out the press release for all the info.

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Titan launch Wallace & Gromit comics on iPhone

Titan Publishing is proud to present inventors extraordinaire and Oscar® winners, Wallace & Gromit, as you’ve never seen them before – in comics on your iPhone!

The first batch of comics includes strips written by Dan Abnett (Legion, Nova, The Authority) and Simon Furman (Transformers, Terminator 2 comic), with more to be released in the following weeks!

As the iconic duo reach their milestone 20th anniversary, it’s only fitting that the characters responsible for the BunVac 6000 and Techno Trousers should become pioneers of an exciting new technology!

Wallace & Gromit comics are available from Apple’s App store NOW! Initially there are four comic stories to download including: ‘The W-Files’, ‘Parts & Labour’, ‘Big in Japan’ and ‘Where there’s Muck there’s Brass’ all for just £0.59 ($0.99) each!

Each comic is a complete Wallace & Gromit adventure and is packed with bonus features on the inveterate inventor and his faithful canine companion.

Wallace & Gromit digital comic editor Ned Hartley commented:
“It’s really exciting to see Wallace and Gromit at the forefront of such a cracking new technology. Although I secretly suspect that Wallace would be more comfortable with the type of apple that comes with cheese.”

To find out more information and to download some cracking comics, visit
www.wallaceandgromitcomics.com

Become a fan of Wallace & Gromit Digital Comics on Facebook, visit:
http://facebook.com/wallaceandgromitcomics

For more information contact Ricky Claydon at Titan Publishing on:
[email protected]

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