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Komikwerks Goes Portable

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Today, Komikwerks, LLC announces that six of its webcomics are now available in Sony PSP packs! Check out www.komikwerks.com/psp/ for the following:

• Grounded Angel, Part 1, a shoujo fantasy webmanga by Steve Horton, Vivi Erlanita & Johnny Lowe
• Terranova, Part 1, an action-adventure webmanga by Rich Lazowski, Emilio Lopez & Akutenshi13
• Elf-Help, Part 1, a fantasy humor webcomic by Robert Burke Richardson, Martin Morazzo & Robt Snyder
• Lifelike: Skin Deep, a slice-of-life webcomic by Dara Naraghi & Tom Williams
• Universal Intergalactic Discovery Company, Inc. Parts 1-5, a sci-fi comedy webcomic by Bruce Zick
• Knight & Gale, Part 1, a spy thriller webcomic by Christopher Mills, Rick Hoberg & Matt Webb

“I'm excited about the opportunity to expand Komikwerks's offerings to a new format,” says Steve Horton, online comics editor for Komikwerks. “Now fans of our terrific webcomics can view them on road trips, at school, heck, even in the bathroom!”

Komikwerks co-founder Patrick Coyle added, “The addition of the PSP packs to our site is yet another step in our goal of distributing quality comics through new and untraditional means. We started when we launched our website in 2001, continued it when we launched our line of ebooks earlier this fall, and now we’re jumping into the
portable realm. Very exciting!”

Further PSP packs will be available in the coming weeks.

Instructions for transferring and viewing the comics on the PSP are available on the site. Please e-mail smashoutgames@yahoo.com with any questions!

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