In Case You Missed It: The Quest of Ewilan gets a gorgeous adaption! Image and Top Cow Present Aphrodite V! Shannon Wheeler reveals the MEMOIRS OF A VERY STABLE GENIUS! IDW's Sonic and Scout's Stabbity Bunny Sell Out! WIN a Trip to San Diego Comic Con! and Lion Forge continues to make a difference!
Markosia Enterprises recently announced the release of a brand new comic book series: Identity Stunt. Capturing the bombastic tones and dialogue of '80s and '90s action films, Identity Stunt is a relentless odyssey involving complex characters, a touch of romance and a fistful of masked lunatics. It’s Lethal Weapon meets Unbreakable in an era of viral media and “fake news."
Hot on the heels of selling out of their debut anthology's first run, Shards: Volume 1, the independent Bay-Area comic publisher In Hiatus Studios is proud to release the premiere issue of Rise, from series creator Don Ellis Aguillo. Wearing both hats of writer and artist, the classically trained painter-turned-comic-creator is excited to finally get this story down into pages, currently in process to develop and release the subsequent issues for the first arc this year.
Portland publisher Oni Press has announced a new dark comedy set in a weight loss camp in the Oregon wilderness, when a counselor is killed 4 campers get a lot more than exercise!
Get Naked is certainly more of a long collection of Essays and more of a statement about Vulnerability, Anxiety and the other general Hang ups people have, than actually Getting Naked itself. It is also a Comedic look in the mirror of the reader.This is definitely an educated read, and will appeal to the less mainstream fans of the Comic world. This was compared to a Davis Sedaris novel in the brand of humor.
Writer/Creator Adam Watson and artist Joel Cotejar are delving deep into the dark this time, with a supernatural thriller, with a hitman who is haunted by those he kills.
Image Comics launches into the stratosphere in April with Joe Henderson and Lee Garbett's new comic Skyward!
It's that time of the week again, Ancient History, this weeks edition is Blue Beetle (1967) from Charleton Comics, illustrated by the legendary Steve Ditko!!!!