New Monster Hunting 101 webcomic with guest artist Tess Fowler!
When fugitive oil heir Chas Worthington settles the infamous Great Pacific Garbage Patch and declares it his own sovereign nation, the reality of the environmental catastrophe is only the beginning of his odyssey.
- Volume 1: Trashed = $4.99
- Volume 2: Nation Building = $5.99
- Issues 1-12 = 99¢ each
Well, the first RED SONJA trade just came out, I’m very proud of that.
I am proud of the following, which all should be easy to get into:
WONDER WOMAN: The CIRCLE
BIRDS OF PREY: OF LIKE MINDS and SENSEI AND STUDENT
WELCOME TO TRANQUILITY
Those are just some things off the top of my head, tpbs that give a decent chunk to read. Good luck and thanks!
Now with links!
Help the Hero Initiative and bid on the AMAZING Blank Page Project right now: http://cmxl.gy/1rmRIwZ
In 2013 we partnered with The Hero Initiative to create The Blank Page Project a massive 10ft tall x12ft wide jam board to be drawn on at an event during Comic-Con International. By the end the giant canvas was filled with contributions from some of the comic industry’s best talents like Dave Gibbons, Walt Simonson, Amanda Conner and more all to benefit The Hero Initiative.
Yes…. yes he does.
Sheltered #8 is out today, and Curt is still a dick.
It’s Lord of the Flies with Doomsday Preppers.
It’s Kid Nation with guns.
Anyone remember Kid Nation???
Natasha in Black Widow (2014) 1-5
Stop what you’re doing right now and read Elektra #1 by W Haden Blackman and Mike Del Mundo (deadlydelmundo).
Or just stare at it, mouth agape, like I have been for the past 20 minutes…
A comiXologist Recommends:
Leah Wishnia recommends The Walking Dead #126
Part twelve of the All out War story arc, the finish line after a series of war games filled with surprising strategies, deceitful trickery, and of course, death, asks us to do something seemingly more difficult than taking down an army of grenade-bearing men or escape from a herd of the undead…. it asks us to trust. To trust in Rick, to trust in the remaining Saviors, even those who could do great harm, and to trust in humankind and its potential to rebuild itself from the ground up. Could we, the human race, conquer our greed, our hate, our fear, if we were given a clean slate? Or is self-destruction our only fate?
It’s probing questions like these that elevate The Walking Dead from being a simple genre-comic about zombies to a philosophical exploration of What Could Be and If So, Could You?
We don’t know how the future will pan out for Rick and his crew, but after ten years of following their various journeys, some futile, some less so, we can’t help but eagerly continue down the road with them, and see where the next ten years will take us all.
The Walking Dead #126, which comes out today, is a rewarding journey for veteran and new fans alike.
Leah Wishnia is an artist and cartoonist who acts as a micro-press publisher when not fulfilling her roll as Digital Assets Lead at ComiXology.