Orang Utan Comics are pleased to announce the release of Part Two of the Young Gods OGN! Just like Part One, this latest installment of the action/adventure super-hero comic is available to read completely free online via the digital publishing site myebook.com.
“We’ve had a great response to the release of Part One and interest in the book is continuing to grow every day,” said Young Gods creator, Ian Sharman. “Hopefully with the release of Part Two people will see that we’re making an ongoing commitment to keep this series going.”
Indeed, Orang Utan Comics have plans to continue Young Gods on beyond this initial release, with a six part follow up, entitled Young Gods: Betrayal already in the works. “The whole series is fully plotted out and the art team are hard at work on the first issue at the moment, and I’ll be handing them the script for the second issue any day now,” Sharman added. “We’re hoping to maintain a bi-monthly schedule with the book as we don’t want to keep people waiting too long between issues.”
Orang Utan Comics have also announced plans to produce a print version of the as yet digital only Young Gods. A 48 page graphic novel collecting parts One and Two in one volume will be available soon through Indy Planet and they’re also hoping to offer the book through comic stores via Ka-Blam’s new ComicsMonkey initiative. “These are turbulent times for the comic industry,” Sharman, who also functions as Orang Utan Comics’ managing editor commented, “but they’re also throwing up some exciting new opportunities for smaller independent publishers such as ourselves. We’d love to see the full six issue series of Young Gods: Betrayal in print through 2009 and hope to have a trade-paperback collection available in time for Christmas.”
The first part of the Young Gods OGN is also still available to read online for free, so if you’ve missed it, be sure to catch up before checking out Part Two!
To find out more about Young Gods, read character bios and creator profiles, please visit www.younggodscomic.co.uk
For more information on Orang Utan Comics Studio visit them online at www.orangutancomics.co.uk
Orang Utan Comics
Orang Utan Comics Studio began life in 2007, bringing together rising talent from across the World. Since coming together to form the studio OUC creators have worked on titles including Dynamo 5, Spectacular Spider-Man and Marvel Heroes. Their Eagle Award Nominated Anthology “Eleventh Hour” was recently picked up by AAM/Markosia. They are also developing a number of new comic projects including Slam Ridley, Young Gods and Faster Than Light. For more information about Orang Utan Comics visit www.orangutancomics.co.uk.
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