1. COMICBOOK006 - http://www.psdcovers.com/comicbook006/ - COMICBOOK006 is a front facing comic book mockup laying on a flat surface. This PSD Mockup renders your sketched or final comic book or graphic novel designs onto a comic book laying on a flat surface with a view looking down from 30°.  This mockup represents a newly printed comic book which is evident in the curve of the cover of the book and the spring in the pages (older comics lose the gap seen at the centrefold).

    COMICBOOK006 - http://www.psdcovers.com/comicbook006/ -

    COMICBOOK006 is a front facing comic book mockup laying on a flat surface. This PSD Mockup renders your sketched or final comic book or graphic novel designs onto a comic book laying on a flat surface with a view looking down from 30°. This mockup represents a newly printed comic book which is evident in the curve of the cover of the book and the spring in the pages (older comics lose the gap seen at the centrefold).

  2. COMICBOOK005 - http://www.psdcovers.com/comicbook005/ - COMICBOOK005 is an upright graphic comic book mockup rotated to 30°. This PSD Mockup renders illustrated artwork onto an upright graphic comic book with simple highlights and shadows that are easily modified to suit individual needs.  The final render contains editable Layers to customize the shot, things like rotating the canvas 90° and updating the shadow to reflect the new position can make it appear as though the comic book were laying on a flat surface. This Photoshop mockup best represents standard comic books as well as slightly thricker graphic novels which are typically glued at the spine rather than stapled.

    COMICBOOK005 - http://www.psdcovers.com/comicbook005/ -

    COMICBOOK005 is an upright graphic comic book mockup rotated to 30°. This PSD Mockup renders illustrated artwork onto an upright graphic comic book with simple highlights and shadows that are easily modified to suit individual needs. The final render contains editable Layers to customize the shot, things like rotating the canvas 90° and updating the shadow to reflect the new position can make it appear as though the comic book were laying on a flat surface. This Photoshop mockup best represents standard comic books as well as slightly thricker graphic novels which are typically glued at the spine rather than stapled.

  3. COMICBOOK004 - http://www.psdcovers.com/comicbook004/ - COMICBOOK004 is a standing comic book product shot rotated to 30° with the pages facing outward to the viewer. This PSD Mockup renders sketched or scanned 2D artwork onto a standing comic book product with basic shadows and highlights.  The final result is a typical Photoshop document with multiple editable Layers for the designer to further customize to their liking such as rotating the canvas 90° to make the comic book appear to be laying on a flat surface rather than standing (requires the designer create shadows to match the new position).  This Photoshop Action can also be used to mockup graphic novels which sometimes share the same, or very similar, dimensions to standard comic books.

    COMICBOOK004 - http://www.psdcovers.com/comicbook004/ -

    COMICBOOK004 is a standing comic book product shot rotated to 30° with the pages facing outward to the viewer. This PSD Mockup renders sketched or scanned 2D artwork onto a standing comic book product with basic shadows and highlights. The final result is a typical Photoshop document with multiple editable Layers for the designer to further customize to their liking such as rotating the canvas 90° to make the comic book appear to be laying on a flat surface rather than standing (requires the designer create shadows to match the new position). This Photoshop Action can also be used to mockup graphic novels which sometimes share the same, or very similar, dimensions to standard comic books.

  4. COMICBOOK003 - http://www.psdcovers.com/comicbook003/ - COMICBOOK003 is a quarter view of a comic book. This PSD Mockup renders your comic book design onto a free-standing comic book product shot with a visible spine component.  This comic book action is more representative of a graphic novel whose main difference is there are more pages and visible spine with distinct design elements. The spine itself has a few crimp marks and highlights.  If your comic book does not have a distinct spine then follow the instructions in the Action and it will try to fit your design as best it can.  The final render PSD document contains a group with spine elements which can be hidden to minimize the spine effect.

    COMICBOOK003 - http://www.psdcovers.com/comicbook003/ -

    COMICBOOK003 is a quarter view of a comic book. This PSD Mockup renders your comic book design onto a free-standing comic book product shot with a visible spine component. This comic book action is more representative of a graphic novel whose main difference is there are more pages and visible spine with distinct design elements. The spine itself has a few crimp marks and highlights. If your comic book does not have a distinct spine then follow the instructions in the Action and it will try to fit your design as best it can. The final render PSD document contains a group with spine elements which can be hidden to minimize the spine effect.

  5. COMICBOOK002 - http://www.psdcovers.com/comicbook002/ - COMICBOOK002 is a front view of a typical comic book rotated to 30°. This PSD Mockup renders your comic book artwork onto a standing, rotated front view comic book shot.  This mockup can be used to render both graphic novels and the more traditional comic book — the difference is in the spine.  A graphic novel is typically thicker and has a spine on which the name of the graphic novel and other details is printed.  A comic book by contrast has no such spine because these are not thick enough, they are simply stapled at the fold line.

    COMICBOOK002 - http://www.psdcovers.com/comicbook002/ -

    COMICBOOK002 is a front view of a typical comic book rotated to 30°. This PSD Mockup renders your comic book artwork onto a standing, rotated front view comic book shot. This mockup can be used to render both graphic novels and the more traditional comic book — the difference is in the spine. A graphic novel is typically thicker and has a spine on which the name of the graphic novel and other details is printed. A comic book by contrast has no such spine because these are not thick enough, they are simply stapled at the fold line.