Tinyview is opening their app to new artists and titles! Newput Inc. is excited to announce three new comic series to their app, Itchy Feet by Malachi Ray Rempen, Matt Bors, new comics by The Nib Founder and two-time Pulitzer Prize Finalist, Matt Bors, and Product Plug, another Tinyview original series!
Itchy Feet by Malachi Ray Rempen is the webcomic about travel, life in foreign countries, and learning new languages. Readers can expect an astonishing array of exaggerated facial expressions, humorous situations involving foreigners and foreign lands, and ordinary silliness.
Matt Bors. From mass protests to Trump and the Coronavirus, Matt Bors’ cartoons satirize the powerful and chronicle America’s march into a strange dystopian future.
Product Plug is a Tinyview original series about life with technology. Totally fictional characters, Raj and his daughter Somya, make observations about technology and their own experiences with tech products.
All four comics are now live on the Tinyview app!
Tinyview offers bite-size, easy to read comics that scroll up and down on your smartphone. The app launched in December 2019 featuring a Tinyview original series, In Science We Trust, which tells the true stories of scientists like Archimedes, Galileo, Marie Curie, Nikola Tesla, Jane Goodall, and more! Creators of this series include Andy Warner, who, among other things, has taught comics at Stanford University, Jack Richardson, who has done illustrations for Apple and the Economist magazine, and Sarah Zielinski, a former editor at Smithsonian magazine.
“Tinyview’s bite-size comics offer entertainment outside of social media when there’s time to kill, say a coffee break or while waiting in a line,” said Raj Lalwani, CEO of Tinyview. “It makes sense to have the comics scroll up and down so they are easy to read on smartphones. We are excited to bring new comic series from Malachi and Matt to help expand their reach and readership in a whole new way. We are also looking forward to bringing on more great comics creators in the future.”
“Reading comics on your phone was a dystopian nightmare of constant pinching and squinting—until Tinyview came along!” said Itchy Feet creator Malachi Ray Rempen. “Getting your panels delivered in a finger-friendly way is probably the best thing to happen to comics since the Sunday funnies in color.”
“Tinyview is creating the future daily comics page that newspapers used to provide,” said Matt Bors. “The phone will be the new comics page and creators applaud Tinyview for enabling that future.”
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