Bottom of the Ninth 01

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  • Last update: 9 years ago
  • Version: 1.0.1
  • Size: 288 MB
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 5.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
  • Author: Ryan Woodward Art & Animation
  • Content rating: Rated 4+
  • Languages: English
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Bottom of the Ninth 01 Review

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Bottom of the Ninth 01 Review

Bottom of the Ninth is the first animated graphic novel of it's kind, created by Hollywood artist, Ryan Woodward (The Avengers, Ironman 2 , Spider-man 2&3, The Iron Giant(1998) etc.) In the year 2172, Tao City bleeds New Baseball, an artificial gravity enhanced version of the traditional sport. Candy Cunningham, 18, finds herself facing a fierce batter and offended fans who have never seen a girl on the pitchers mound before.
Enjoy the feeling of a classic comic book, enhanced with touch activated voices, animation and music. It's a whole new storytelling experience. Baseball legend, Dale Murphy, (Atlanta Braves, 2-time MVP) lends his voice as "The Murph", a retired pro gone announcer.

Key Points:
1. First animated graphic novel of it's kind - this is a whole new form of interactive storytelling.
2. Classic comic book feel enhanced with feature film quality 2d and 3d animated panels.
3. 2-time MVP Dale Murphy (Atlanta Braves) lends his voice as a fictional ex-pro turned announcer
5. Original music score and touch activated voices for every word bubble.
4. In the comic tradition of sequential issues to tell a story, Issue 01 - Prologue, is the first of a 10 app series that follows the career adventures of Candy Cunningham.
5. This completely original story entertains on several different layers and attracts interest from a variety of demographics including, baseball fans, comic readers, animation enthusiasts, "girl power" activists etc.)
6. For sample animations, see the preview trailer at


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  • Md
    Miya's dad
    Seriously, I wish I could see more of this. I'm not even nearly a remote fan of anything baseball-ish, but the artwork and creativity is so amazing I want more. I only came across this app, four years after its publication, because I was listening to a podcast interview with it's creator (paperwings). I get that this was a personal project created out of love and a partial insane drive to see something I think all kids wanted to see growing up...comic books that move like that in the Harry Potter movies/books. Long, long unpaid hours for such an obsession. I'm so glad for the work and that I can still come across it after so many years later. I hope this could be the gold standard of what is to become of story telling in the very near future. Thank you!
  • r
    Rich storytelling. So rich that there seems no way to really take it all in in one sitting. It begs to be re enjoyed every once in awhile. Besides fine art and animation surprises all over the place, the atmospheres and the voices took me into a new hybrid place which I would have wet my pants to experience in 1949 when I was into comics. Reading the book and listening to the radio drama at the same time, with animations on a screen in front of me. Here, all seamlessly bolted together. I sure hope the team finds the rewards in the immense load of work to keep going. First rate. Even if all the VO and animation seems too much. Just turn it off or don't touch the controls. Great stuff. More please. Soon. Please.
  • H
    Great effort from everyone involved. Great art. Great animation. Great atmosphere and tone overall. Very dynamic. But, clarity is the most important aspect when telling a story ... with or without bells and whistles. My first read-through required a little extra effort on my part, compared to other "great" works. However, this combination of old storytelling methods is something new. So, there are bound to be growing pains. I enjoyed it, and I'm along for the ride.

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