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The Man of Steel's at a happy point in his life--he's got some good news to share with Batman. But tragic times are just around the corners as one of Batman's deadliest foes is in Metropolis on a surprise visit!


Episode Two Injustice: Gods Among Us - Episode 2 by MadefireStudios


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The world's first and only superhero has disappeared after undergoing a cataclysmic fall from grace in the eyes of the world. Middle-aged and unable to support his operations he had made a preposterous claim that the world was in danger, a notion derided by the media and the public at large.

But what if the claim is true?

Outcast writer and infamous murderess Charlie Chance, AKA The Pet, finds herself searching for the one man who was able to bring her to justice-- Captain Stone.

Captain Stone: Confidential-

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Still reeling from the destruction of Metropolis, news from a war-torn country creates a tipping point for the Man of Steel. He decides it's time for him to take a more proactive role in stopping man's inhumanity to man. But does the sudden appearance of Wonder Woman mean he's created a new enemy or converted an ally to his cause?



Episode Seven Injustice: Gods Among Us - Episode 7 by MadefireStudios

Episode One Injustice: Gods Among Us - Episode 1 by MadefireStudios


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Mono--still evading capture by German soldiers in occupied Caen--continues on his mission: find the 'The Old Curiosity Shop' and have a frank conversation with 'The Ghost of Christmas Future.' Taking refuge from the city's heavily patrolled streets, Mono stumbles upon a group of German soldiers in a bar, and introduces them to the fury of his fabled tail.

MONO!  Pensive and in preparation to kick ass! by JoeOtisCostello

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The ape-human hybrid secret agent and Queen's assassin, possessed of a deadly prehensile tail and 'the strength of twelve men', made his debut in the pulps of the 1930s and enjoyed a brief revival in the late 1960s and 70s.

But can it be that the fiction is closer to historic fact than was ever previously guessed?

Now a series of tales, told in hand-written journals and reported first-hand by those that knew him, reveal Mono as a dual-natured and conflicted adventurer--savage and noble; civilized, but ultimately untamable.


Episode 4 Mono - The Old Curiosity Shop: Ep. 4 by MadefireStudios

Episode 2- Mono - The Old Curiosity Shop: Ep. 2 by MadefireStudios

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This Motion Book is now available for purchase--just click the red "Purchase Now" button in the top left corner of this page.

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As hope fades for a possible rescue from above can a buried relic from the past hold the answer to salvation?

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The robots were a Stakhanovite creation--built in tens of thousands in Soviet Russia to assist and inspire the workers in the 1930s.

An emblem of nobility and tireless work, they yet proved inefficient, and were gradually phased out as they seized up and fell into disrepair.

Now, in a Siberian salt mine, prisoners of the state still toil, and amongst them one last robot labors-- pulling the carriages that transport the men deep under the ground, it is jokingly nicknamed The Engine.

When the old mine collapses they know nobody will rescue them, their lives have no value to the state. It is here that something remarkable happens…

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Sherlock Holmes is brought into a mysterious case by his brother Mycroft in the classic tale The Greek Interpreter.

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's legendary consulting detective comes to Motion Books in a benchmark reading experience courtesy of legendary storytellers Liam Sharp and Bill Sienkiewicz.

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Sherlock Holmes - The Greek Interpreter Episode 2 Sherlock Holmes: The Greek Interpreter - Episode 2 by MadefireStudios

Sherlock Holmes - The Greek Interpreter Episode 3 Sherlock Holmes: The Greek Interpreter - Episode 3 by MadefireStudios
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Finally the long awaited and often teased Milk for the Ugly is here!
Me, akreon and a bunch of lovely people worked on it really hard but all the efforts were well worth the effect. It holds a very special place in our hearts and we hope you'll like it as much as we do.

Remember that this year we're joining deviantART at San Diego Comic Con! Drop by their booth at the Artists' Alley to get posters and  freebies connected with the Motion Book.

Milk for the Ugly
by Kate Redesiuk & Anna Podedworna
Build by Evan Limberger & Kevin Colden
Sound:
Composer/Arranger: Wendell Yuponce
Executive Producer: George Englund, Jr.
Sound Supervisor: Jerry Yamashita
Sound Designer: Chris Faamausili

Special Thanks to Kristen Sanzari & Richard Watson
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Imagine if the Superman of 1940 was transported Buck Rogers style into 2014! Would his ideals and morals still hold up in the modern world? A faux fan fiction magazine interview with Superman reveals some answers.

Superman, Lois Lane, Brainiac, Daily Planet are Copyright of DC Comics Disclaimer: We do not own any of the characters. They are the intellectual properties of their respectful companies (Warner Bros DC Comics) This piece is created as a fan fiction story with no means of profit.
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This is a short preview of the 321: Fast Comics collected edition. The complete edition boasts 21 stories and is available on the Madefire App (coming to Comixology on 12/17) or right here on DeviantArt, just click here on the 321: Fast Comics Volume I to find the entire book :)

321: Fast Comics is a storytelling challenge where artists and writers must come up with short comic stories that always have:

3 Pages
2 Characters
1 Twist Ending

As long as the above rules are respected, anything goes: any genre, any characters, any situation. The challenge is always to surprise readers at the turn of three pages.

Published by Timberwolf Entertainment

Volume 2 is already in the works! If you would like to have your story or pin-up published in the next book, check out our ART CONTEST happening here on DeviantArt, head over to the link below for more info:

:star: 321 ART CONTEST - PIN-UPS WANTED!! :star:

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***FIND TIMBERWOLF ENTERTAINMENT ON COMIXOLOGY & MADEFIRE***

:reading: Comic Books by Timberwolf Entertainment at Comixology

:mobile:  321: Fast Comics on Madefire

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Once, there was a little girl. She was completely ordinary, just like you and me. One day however, monsters came and abducted her. They abused the little girl to the point that she had forgotten her humanity. By then, the little girl wasn't quite ordinary anymore. She had become a monster girl.

The monster girl spent most of her days in isolation. Not quite human, not quite a monster, she had no place to go. The monster girl may have spent the rest of her life living this way, but it was not meant to be since one day, a human boy came.

Instead of fearing the monster girl, he befriended, accompanied and appreciated her. He reintroduced her to very human things and although she can never be completely human again, bits and pieces of her humanity slowly returned.

But the story doesn't end there. The monsters decided to prey on the human boy. It may have been a form of their sweet revenge or perhaps plain entertainment. Their reasons may never be known.

The monster girl knew that the only way to save the human boy was to fight the monsters, a feat that human girls couldn't possibly do. And so, out of love for him, she decided to embrace the monster inside her, sacrificing her humanity once more.

With the monsters defeated, she knew that she was back from where she started. She was a monster again, and who knows? Maybe the human boy might fear her and leave her after seeing her true form. But she was wrong.

She found the human boy by her side. Despite knowing her true form or understanding that she will never be truly human, he stayed. Despite knowing that they may be attacked by monsters again or understanding that she may revert into a monster again and again, he stayed. And to the monster girl, that meant everything.

''Thank you.''

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This simple comic is actually based on a true story. 

I had an abusive childhood. My parents only found out about it when the neighbors told them that they could hear me screaming and crying from the house. Although I don't remember much of it, whenever my memories resurface, it stings and I feel like losing myself all over again. You could say that those experiences messed me up. Growing up, I knew how different I was from the other kids. I had very violent tendencies (I threw books at my classmates in kindergarten; I bit a classmate on the shoulder in Elementary; and I clawed a boy who harassed me in front of the teachers in high school). I also developed these strange mannerisms after being labelled a bruha (witch) and an aswang (demonic winged creature in Philippine mythology), such as a hatred of garlic, onions and vegetables (it was entirely psychological; I am slowly trying to get over it). 

With that said, it was hard for me to be accepted by my peers, no matter how much I try to ''act'' normal, since one way or another, my true self will just resurface, and it'll frighten or push them away. But there were these few people who stuck by me, despite knowing what sort of ''monster'' I can be whenever I lose control. These few people mean everything to me, which is why I do everything and anything to make them feel safe and happy, because they made me feel the same way. To these people, I am eternally grateful, and I dedicate this short story to them. 

Heart 

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