Variance Press Releases Comics For The Sony PSP

Posted: Apr 28 2005, 4:00am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 3:46pm CDT, in News | Other Stuff

Variance Press releases Comics for the Sony PSP
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Variance Press releases Comics for the Sony PSP.

PSP owners can download Alex de Campi and Leonard O'Grady' science-fiction tale HIGH AND LONESOME, Craig McGill and Graeme McMillan's story of alien visitation in LAST ORDERS, and the homegrown horror story SEMANTICS, written by Variance Press Publisher Travis G. Johnson and drawn by Bryan Laframboise on the Variance site for free right now.

There are already several manga comics available for the Sony PSP.

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Variance Press publishes creator-owned science fiction, horror and fantasy stories from up-and-coming writers and artists from across the globe. Using print-on-demand technology.

Book publishing by Print-on-demand is hot right now. Amazon already bought BookSurge to get into this growing business.

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