Internal Affairs DDCollection is more than just a digitized version of an elegant comic book. It’s chaotic and loud, and “a less convenient way to read digital comics,” according to creator Peow Studio. And that’s what makes it fantastic.
Peow Studio, a Swedish comic book publisher, has created its own digital comic book player for its Internal affairs series, which stars an Onion intern at a crappy company. And there are mechs. Three numbers of Internal affairs are available in the new player, all updated with commentary, new art and chaotic music. If you’re bored of reading, there are plenty of other things to click on as well. You can toggle the art (on the first book), change the backgrounds, and stack the bottles. There are also sliders that allow you to zoom in and out of the book, making it easier to read.
Hi, we just created our first “game”, it’s on our online store. please be nice, we’ve never done this before, but we think it’s cool.
ALSO watch the trailer with the sound out loud as we paid dearly for the song pic.twitter.com/swStUteLIB
– Peow. we are safe (@peowstudio) August 8, 2021
“Built from the ground up for a digital experience, Peow’s Digital Disc Comic follows our philosophy of putting great care and energy into creating things that no one asked for,” Peow wrote in the player’s description. “We wanted a digital comic book format that really took advantage of being on computers, so we learned how to make games. “
This is a video game, after all, so there’s also a button you can click to activate a gun that shoots the comic and other stuff in the background. Peow has stated that he intends to add more content and updates to the digital comic book player / set.
I can’t wait to see how this experimental digital comic reader evolves – I’m especially interested in how the commentary is implemented, as a way to hear the creator directly on the project.
The set of three books in the digital reader costs $ 10.