New Line of Digital Video Comics to Debut at Comic-Con


New Line of Digital Video Comics to Debut at Comic-Con

SAN MATEO, CA – July 17, 2007 – D2C Games, a premier publisher and
developer of downloadable interactive entertainment, announced today
the creation of a new studio, D2 (squared) Comics. The studio will
adapt existing printed comics, transforming them into a new form of
digital video comics for the mass market.

The products will offer original musical scores, action directed by
the comics’ creators, and behind-the-scenes video and commentary that
expands the digital reading experience. The comics will be available
for download for Sony PSP(R) (PlayStation(R) Portable), PC, and mobile
platforms in fall 2007.

The first product line-up will include notable properties The Cryptics
and Strange Cases from famed creator Steve Niles (30 Days of Night,
City of Others, Criminal Macabre).

“Our goal is to offer an unmatched level of creative control for the
artists and writers behind these works,” said Ludon Lee, Producer for
D2 Comics. “This new form of presentation allows the creators to exert
their influence over every nuance of the story, bringing new options
to the table for pacing, mood and tone. We will give fans the chance
to watch these stories come to life in the way their favorite creative
talents truly intend.”

D2 Comics will make its debut at Comic-Con in San Diego on July 26, 2007.

For more information about D2C Games, visit:

For more information about Steve Niles, visit

About D2C Games
Based in San Mateo, CA, D2C Games, Inc. is a digital game publisher
focused on original intellectual property, casual sports and episodic
entertainment for all platforms via download. The company is a
licensed Sony publisher and provides direct-to-customer game
publishing services for independent studios. Its internal development
studio provides intellectual property design and development for
PlayStation(R)2 and PLAYSTATION(R)3 computer entertainment systems,
PSP(R) (PlayStation(R)Portable), Xbox 360(TM) video game and
entertainment systems from Microsoft, Nintendo Wii(TM), PC, and 3D
mobile platforms.
Reprinted with permission of Kohnke Communications

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