A Very White Bolt Christmas

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December 2013

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This is The Motorcycle Samurai: A Very White Bolt Christmas, FREE from Chris Sheridan and Top Shelf!

On one dark and blustery night, the townspeople of Nowhere, nestled all snug in their beds, dream of soft fluffy things wrapped in bows. In this strange land, The Stranger, dressed all in red, comes calling with eight tiny minions in tow, The Stranger swoops to the rooftops, and readies to descend down the stove-pipes.

But White Bolt, awake and at the ready, is perched to say, ‘Howdy’.

In the vein of the holiday specials of childhood, Chris Sheridan and Top Shelf bring you this amazing digital-only title just in time for a long winter’s solstice in the high desert.

Astonishing new cartoonist Chris Sheridan, previously unpublished but already praised as “whimsical and dramatic” by
ComicsAlliance, blends elements of Mad Max and Kill Bill with loose-limbed energetic artwork and a jaw-dropping use of digital panel transitions. Strap in and let’s ride!

This comic uses Sequential Mode, a new and unique way of reading comics. Instead of swiping from one ‘page’ across to another, you tap or swipe to see a transition between the current screen and a new one, giving you a different, engaging reading experience. We hope you like it!

This book is read in landscape orientation.

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Bleeding Cool

•Comics blog

“An interactive experience of reading comic books. As opposed to seeing all panels in one page, each panel is revealed one after the other as we read … all I have to say is: they have a new reader in me!” – Alejandra Bodden (reader review)

Digital Spy

•Comics website

“Animated panel transitions really [bring] the tale – set in a post-apocalyptic wasteland – to life.”

Pipedream Comics

•Online guide to digital comics

“Delightfully different digital comics … one of the most slickly put together digital comics around … Sheridan’s scratchy artwork and peculiar characters have always had their charm, but when used with a meaningful plot and in the context of a cutting edge digital comic it creates an overall package that is second to none.”