Aspen Comics Teams With Visionbooks For Digital 3D Animated Comics.

 

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Publisher Aspen Comics has joined forces with Visionbooks, to create a library of new digital 3D animated comics with the release of Aspen’s all ages action-adventure series Psycho Bonkers, for free starting today on the Visionbooks app (iOS and Android) and on the web (www.Visionbooks.co).

Visionbooks’s new technology enhances the comic book utilizing action and dimensional visual effects to bring together a new reading experience for the consumer. Psycho Bonkers is set for the first planned Aspen Comics series release by Visionbooks. Aspen VP/Editor-in-Chief Vince Hernandez elaborates:

“We’re extremely excited to team up with the team at Visionbooks to create an exciting new format to enjoy our material. The talented folks over there have been hard at work on the first series, Psycho Bonkers, for some time and we couldn’t be happier with the result. Fans who check out his exciting digital release will see the comic in an entirely new way as the effects spring to life in front of your eyes. And we have more planned as well, so it should definitely be a fun partnership for the fans.”

Aspen Comics first release on Visionbooks, Psycho Bonkers #1, is available for free currently on the Visionbooks app and site with subsequent issues to follow weekly.

About Visionbooks:

Visionbooks is a division of Visionborne Inc. Founded in 2012, Visionborne created a ground breaking technology that turns static editorial content into enriched, vibrant and skillfully animated format. Visionbooks believes in the universal language of comics and strive to provide artists and writers the best, most innovative means of getting their message across to others. Prior to launching Visionbooks, Francesco Scrufari and Simone Offredo, founded Ulixe, a well-recognized European provider of web-based services and international solutions for the banking and industrial sectors.

For more information please visit http://www.Visionbooks.co, http://www.AspenStore.com and http://www.AspenComics.com or visit the following social media sites:

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Aspen MLT, Inc. is an entertainment publishing company founded in January 2003 by superstar comic artist Michael Turner. Priding itself on producing entertainment properties of the highest quality visual and storytelling elements Along with their own successful properties such as Fathom, Soulfire, Executive Assistant: Iris, Lola XOXO and more. Aspen also collaborates with the comic industry’s most successful companies and endeavors including Marvel Comics and DC Entertainment. Aspen has collaborated with Marvel for various hit projects, including cover work for the best-selling events Civil War, World War Hulk, and Ultimatum. Aspen collaborated with DC Comics to provide covers for such best-selling titles as Superman/Batman: The Return of Supergirl, The Justice League of America, and Eisner-nominated covers for the critically acclaimed, best-selling Identity Crisis series. In 2006, Aspen joined forces with television giant NBC to create the online comic adaptations for the hit television series Heroes. In 2012, Aspen teamed up with Gale Anne Hurd’s Valhalla Entertainment to produce the horror-adventure series Dead Man’s Run, as well as collaborating with director McG’s Wonderland Sound and Vision to produce the horror comic Haunted City. Aspen also produced the one-of-a-kind Anarchy digital graphic novel for the popular body spray company, Axe. In 2015, Aspen acquired fellow publisher Big Dog Ink as an imprint of the publisher, furthering expanding their line of titles.

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