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INTRODUCING: Comic Books for the Visually Impaired!

New Worlds Comics is proud to present Comics Empower, a digital comic book store for the visually impaired and the blind!

AComic Book Store for the Visually Impaired!

A Comic Book Store for the Visually Impaired!

Thousands of people around the world would like read comic books and can’t!
People think comics are a visual medium, so the visually impaired can’t ever enjoy the experience.
We’re here to fix that!
We’re here to bring comic books to the visually impaired and the blind!

Comics Empower Features:

‣ Comic books in audio form!
‣ Read by some of the world’s top voice talent!
‣ Each 22-24 page issue is translated into a 25-35 minutes of audio!
‣ A new issue of your favorite comic book every month!
‣ New series appearing every month!
‣ Letter pages are included in the comics! Listen to fans’ letters and words from the publisher!
‣ Compelling and ground-breaking stories!
‣ Featuring an exclusive comic book series for this website!


A Short Demo

And here’s a little video tour taken just before the website launched:


Check out the comic book store yourself!

Come on, do it now!


“Comics Are More Than the Sum of Their Parts” – Benjamin’s Story

The Comics Empower Project has almost almost 100 personal stories!  

This time, Benjamin tells his story:  

I can’t say I’m the biggest comic fan around, but movies have helped spur my interest in reading comics.

The most recent one I read was Issue #1 of a new comic called Wynter.

The atmosphere was unique and amazing, especially with the intrigue of the main character. It’s not everyday I read something with a female in the lead and this had me hooked.

The focus on technology helped encourage me in pursuing my love of technology and reminding me that I’m not alone in that.

It also represented a grim world that had been realized and is represented through Wynter.

The main character, Liz Wynter, has a struggle with all that’s going on in her life, especially with her best friend.

This helps empower me as a person, showing me even this person, who isn’t even someone in real life, can be someone I can sympathize their struggle with surviving everyday life and trying to see the light in the darkness.

Other comics I had read like The Killing Joke and some of Spider-Man and others have helped me relate to others and just be able to open myself up by seeing how they go through their lives and push myself to do better.

With comics, I’ve been able to communicate more with people on common ground and be a part of something that’s big, which isn’t often. The way comics humanize the characters to go through their trials and fight to survive give not only the stories depth, but also help me reflect not just on myself but on others around me.

I’d recommend these comics and comics in general because the cerebral nirvana they give you stimulates your mind and makes you use your imagination.

They have helped me in hard times when I need time alone and I read these comics to see that whether you’re real or only exist in media, it’s all real because of the depth that the medium allows the character to take on a life of their own and inspire to go forth with mine and see that there’s more to do.

That is when you know comics are more than the sum of their parts-the drawings on the page and the text- it stretches more to the inside of the reader and gives them something to remember and the writers accomplished their purpose.

It helps me to know that I don’t have to give up and I can keep on fighting for what I do have because every day I’m given to live is on I will never get back so I have to make the best, like the characters in the comics who have to pull through no matter what and make ends meet.

The humanity of comics has made an impact that is to say the least something that will last for my lifetime.


Find out more about Benjamin on his Twitter!

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Wynter #4 Is HOT!

If you missed it: Wynter #4 is now available in ComiXology!

And the reviews are in!

“Mr. Hasson has a great vivid imagination and a unique way of telling a futuristic story like Ridley Scott or George Lucas.” – Geeks with Wives

“I can’t recommend Wynter highly enough.” – Comic Crusaders

“If you are looking for a high-stakes science fiction story with a strong female lead don’t miss this book.” – Rhymes with Geek

“I get a feeling this title will never disappoint.” – Fortress of Solitude

“The art in this book is impeccable.” – Bag & Bored


Get  your Wynter #4 now!

Wynter #4 Cover

Wynter #4 Cover

Seriously, what are you waiting for? Get your Wynter #4 now!

A Lovely Letter from a Lovely Fan

Some people got Wynter #4  before everybody else, before it hit ComiXology!

And yesterday I got an email from just such a fan. Check it out:

I received the PDF of Wynter #4 and without a doubt this is the best issue of the four. While some, might bemoan a lack of “action”, no chases, no fights. You, Aron and Vincent beautifully capture Liz’s fear and desperation, her lack of hope or a way out. I could almost feel the sweat and tears. It made her more of a real person, not just a teenaged girl with angst and attitude. Alex is still a bastard drone, but he has a conscious.

Just one thing to say *grabbing the three of you by the collar and shaking firmly* I NEED MORE OF THE STORY!!! Uh sorry, went away for a moment but now I’m back.

Thanks you so very much, I love this book and like I said before, you’re one of
the good guys.


Wynter #4 Cover

Wynter #4 Cover

Can’t wait to read Wynter #4? It’s already here!

Welcome to the Team: Vincent Kings

New Worlds Comics is proud to announce the addition of artist Vincent Kings to the team!

Vincent is a young artist whose job it is to step into the giant shoes of Aron Elekes as the artist of Wynter.

Vincent Kings

Vincent Kings is an illustrator based in Laguna Beach, CA, where he studies at the Laguna College of Art and Design. He has drawn comics ever since his little toddler hands were ready for a pencil, and recently interned at IDW Publishing. Already a fan of the book, Vincent is beyond pumped to be working on Wynter and is doing everything he can to keep up the quality associated with it.

The art in Wynter #4, which is coming soon, will be done half by Aron and half by Vincent.

Here is an illustrated page from Wynter #4:

Liz, meet Vincent

Liz, meet Vincent

Please make him feel welcome!


Sad News: Aron Elekes to Leave After Wynter #4

If you’re a Wynter fan, I’ve got bad news and good news.

The bad news is that, after Wynter #4, Aron Elekes will be forced to leave Wynter due to unavoidable personal reasons.

Tomorrow we’ll talk about the good news, and the supremely talented artist who will take over the art duties in Wynter. But today let’s talk about the amazing Aron Elekes.

Aron Elekes is a genius. He is equal to the top tier of comic book artists, and better than perhaps most of them.

During his time in New Worlds Comics, he made sure that every page of Wynter is a work of art, never a product. He is a true artist and will be sorely missed.

If you want to personally say how much you appreciated his work, please tweet at him and tell him how much you loved his work! His Twitter handle is: @AronElekes with the hashtag #LoveUAron

He will be missed, and we were super lucky to have him!

Here’s some of his fantastic work:

Wynter 1, Page 4

Wynter 1, Page 4

Artist Aron Elekes helps me achieve the dream

The Wynter #2 promo when it came out in April

The Wynter #2 promo when it came out in April

Wynter #2. Art: Aron Elekes.

Wynter #2. Art: Aron Elekes.

Art by Áron Elekes

Artist's Sketchbook: Wynter #1

Artist’s Sketchbook: Wynter #1