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is an exclusively digital comics art magazine which features some of the world's finest sequential artists and writers. V For Vendetta co-creator David Lloyd has gathered together top talents from the US, the UK and Europe in this unique publishing project, which offers an exciting new opportunity to creators in the comics art medium - the ability to connect directly with their readers with the stories they want to tell, unchained by the limitations of retail and distribution which, for decades, have restricted the reach of great comics art in print.