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Wacom announces digital comics anthology

Wacom, whose tablets and digital pens are essential tools for countless artists, has revealed plans for its first digital comics anthology.

Announced by Caleb Goellner, who recently joined the company from ComicsAlliance, the project is built around the rather fitting theme of "pressure/sensitivity," with creator-owned stories by Meredith Gran, Ming Doyle, Giannis Milonogiannis and another artist to be announced. Ulises Farinas illustrated the cover.

The 32-page comic will be available for free online in January, with an eventual limited-edition print version teased.

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