Category: Scout Comics

Pullbox Reviews: Atlantis Wasn’t Built For Tourists #2 – Vampires in the Pacific Northwest… but no sparkles

Welcome to the Pacific Northwest… where there be Monsters Atlantis Wasn’t Built For Tourists #2 Scout Comics Created & Written by Eric Palicki Art by Wendell Cavalcanti Colors by Mark Dale Letters by Shawn Lee Cover by Caspar Wijngaard Coming soon, October 2020 Welcome to Atlantis, Oregon, a quiet little town where Sheriff Paul Jensen […]

News: Scout Comics is Breaking into Toys!

Scout Comics & Entertainment Set To Launch TRACKER COLLECTIBLES Toy Line October 9, 2020. Scout Comics & Entertainment, Inc. proudly announces the launch of TRACKER COLLECTIBLES, a new action figure/collectible toy company. Peter Goral, writer/creator of the popular Phantom Starkiller and Count Draco Knuckleduster brand, has come aboard as CEO of Tracker and he’ll also spearhead Scout Comics & Entertainment, Inc. […]

Breaking News: Scout Comics signs multimedia deal with Mosaic

Scout Comics signs with Mosaic! Octover 1st, 2020 (Los Angeles) – as reported by Deadline, Scout Comics & Entertainment Inc., one of the comic book industry’s fastest growing companies, has signed with Mosaic’s management division for film/TV/streaming representation. With over 150 titles in its library, Scout has been developing and publishing creator-owned comic titles since 2015 and […]

Pullbox Reviews White Ash #5 – Bringing new meaning to the concept of “finger foods”…

White Ash #5 Scout Comics Written by Charlie Stickney Illustrated & Lettered by Conor Hughes Colors by Fin Cramb Available July 29th, 2020 Welcome to White Ash, a small smudge of a mining community in Western Pennsylvania, where the secrets are buried even deeper than the coal under the mountain. If you’re a fan of Supernatural, […]

Pullbox Reviews: Vlad Dracul Explores the Monster Behind the Myth

Strukul presents an interesting take in this one: literature, both prose and graphic, is inundated with takes on Stoker’s Dracula; tales of Vlad Dracul, sans pointy teeth and presumably closer to reality? A bit less so. Instead of the vampire, we see the monster: blood-thirsty, selfish and impulsive—but passionate, fiercely independent and Wallachian-loyal even unto his death. And in terms of story, we get plots and sub-plots aplenty, and no shortage of character motivations left gestating for future harvest. (11/13)

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