We just got word that Ape Entertainment, creators of the Pocket God comic and recently announced Temple Run comic apparently won't rest until they've turned every popular iOS title into a comic book series. As of this morning, they're adding Fruit Ninja to their library of iOS-themed comics. Just like Temple Run and Pocket God, the Fruit Ninja comic will "explore the yet untold backstory of the juicy Fruit Ninja universe and its new colorful characters" Similarly, it'll be available in a digital version as well as an eventual physical printed copy in the next few months.

This begs the question of what series is Ape Entertainment going to tackle next? Doodle Jump? Canabalt? Space Miner? ...Actually, wait, all three of those could be pretty awesome now that I think about it.

  • FakeName

    Am I the only one thinking that there are going to be cookbook recipes at the end of each issue?

  • http://gabriel-voyager.blogspot.com/ Gabriel.Voyager

    In this article are you ironic? Tell me you are ironic please!

  • Chris Cavallaro

    I still feel cheated and rubbed wrong from not ever get in a code from their last promo deal or whatever...

    • 11liker99

      Me too!

    • Magdalene Felix

      I was just about to say the same.

      • 11liker99

        As much as I love halfbricks game that was cheap. They should have sent those promo codes. I feel ripped off

  • SirGawaine

    Space Miner comics sounds interesting!

  • AlecShobin

    This sounds pretty cool. Wonder if they'd be interested in doing a Fieldrunners comic. We have a few strips in Fieldrunners 2 explaining the story, so it would be really interesting to expand on that... Can't wait to see what they do for Fruit Ninja!

  • Mrwubbs

    Seriously??? A fruit ninja comic before a Barry Steakfries comic?? It would make so much more sense.

  • jchamplain

    I thinking about making a joke about this, but I'm not sure IMNS will think it's funny.
    :)

  • makitango

    they lost my respect when they jumped on the iap ship for no customer-friendly reason.