Similar in theme to Deadpool, but orders of magnitude more chaotic, Bonecheck tells the homey tale of an unnamed bounty hunter, latest in a long ancestral line, with a bit of a bar tab. Only here, instead of a sleazy dive bar which was formerly a school for wayward girls, we’ve got a Saloon, formerly a vaudeville-style theater with all the ghosts and drama, run by fallen angels looking to make their way back to heaven by hiring murderous mercenaries to take out the world’s evil. (11/13)
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Bonecheck Created, Written, & Illustrated by Camron Johnson Broken Icon Comics Hellbent on settling his ancestral bar tab with the local saloon, a shadow-infested stranger embarks on an evening of brutality. A nearby motel has been targeted as the location of multiple disappearances. Armed with savage instruments of pain, luxurious cigars, and a flask full […]
Embers #1 Created & Written by Kevin Knox Illustrated by Camron Johnson Lettering by Jeremiah Lambert Available in print at select locations across Illinois & Iowa Available in digital format for your Kindle A con artist for a mother. A drifter for a father. Trinity is trying to come to terms with a painful childhood […]
With the final Brokenland Kickstarter in full swing, what better time to sit down with artist Drew Morrison? For those new to his work, Morrison is the self-published creator of the wordless comic series, Brokenland. Readers follow Meeso, a curious creature wandering throughout their polluted world, on a journey of self-exploration and wonder. Along the […]
Elijah Cotton, the modern patriarch of the Cotton family and business mogul of Black Cotton Ventures, tries to manage the public outrage and fallout from his police officer son, Zion Cotton’s, shooting of a young white woman. Meanwhile, Qia Cotton, the only daughter of Eljiah and the CEO of Black Cotton Ventures, attempts to assuage […]
In Nottingham, Hazan, Volk, Romano and Gil take a decidedly DARK (like, a matte black painted room, 500 feet below the earth in the middle of the night during a solar eclipse, with the lights off dark) spin on the Robin Hood mythology, setting the Merry Men as a gang of murderous anarchists, Sheriff Everard Blackthorne as a menacingly effective investigator/interrogator, Maid Marian as a conniving manipulator and Sir Robin himself as, well, one seriously scary dude. (12/13)
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 […]
Planet Gigantic Written by Eric Grissom Art by David Halvorson 136 pages Digital Release Date May 06, 2020 After Dr. Alberta Reilly and the geniuses at the Wunderkind Corporation create new life in the form of twin children Yuri and Valentina, they naturally do what any top secret government facility buried hundreds of feet below […]
I’m not going to bother extolling the virtues of Gail Simone’s work on Red Sonja: either you recognize it as the best interpretation of the character in the She-Devil’s history, an industry-leading writer at her peak, with greater depth and integrity than any previous writer (except for maybe Jim Zub, but that was a one-shot) had even contemplated for her; you’re just not a sword and sorcery reader (we should talk about whatever abuse you experience as a child, that would leave you scarred so); or you’re illiterate.