ELECTRICOMICS

A SELF-PUBLISHING ECOSYSTEM

THE APP

FOR IPAD

The Electricomics app allows you to read four stories by some of the industry’s top talents, as well as read and collect stories created using the Electricomics Generator.

To read our stories, just download the app and open it.

To read stories made in the Electricomics generator, follow the steps detailed below for Grandfather’s Hammer, an Open Source comic created by Daniel Merlin Goodbrey.

With Electricomics you can collect and read digital comics by friends or heroes as easily as walking a convention floor.

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NEWS

New Phone. Who Dis?

I'm sorry folks, Its been a while since i spoke to you, and no, its not you, its me. I've [...]

Keyhole Comics! Electricomics Challenge 03

  I still haven't sent prizes for the last challenge sorry, for two reasons, one is that the folks who [...]

Challenge 02. The Winner is…

Apologies to all entrants to this challenge, I really hope nobody was holding their breath waiting for the announcement on [...]

Challenge 02-Read the Entries

I asked you all to produce comics that were your hopes and wishes for 2016, and beyond that, I had [...]

THE COMICS

We set out to create comics that addressed digital in the way their stories unfolded. We wanted to change how you interact with them, and how you read them.

The four approaches are very different, but each addresses  one way of writing a digital comic. The production of these comics has driven the whole build.

We hope they entertain you, and also that they inspire you to make your own.

THE ELECTRICOMICS GENERATOR

The Electricomics Generator lets you make your own Electricomics which can be read in the app.

Download the Generator to your computer to begin. More on how to use the Generator

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TAKE IT. MAKE WITH IT. IMPROVE IT. IT’S YOURS.

We have released the Open Source code for the Electricomics Generator, and also a JavaScript library of the code used to build our Electricomics, all under a General Public License.

If you are fluent in code, and want to take a look, go to Github, and its all there to inspect.

If you have an interest in helping to grow Electricomics and becoming a part of the project, you are welcome to use the code to improve what we have done.

All we ask is that according to the license restrictions, you pass what you do back to us, so we can share it with the rest of the Electricomics Community.

Our hope is that the project can grow in this way, bit at a time, and be pushed forward by what our users need and want to create.

Go to GitHub