Rolled & Told Volume 2 Writers: VariousArtists: VariousLion’s Forge/Oni Press Pick this issue up on comiXology The Vault Of The Mad Crafter. Forest Of Delusion. The Demon Of Queen Haven. Ship Of The Dead. These and many more are the...
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UPGRADE SOUL is the dark and surreal story of an elderly couple who volunteer themselves for an experimental scientific procedure now in multi-media.
Magnetic Press to Operate Independently Under Polarity Formerly an Imprint of Lion Forge, Mike Kennedy’s Prestige Portfolio of European Comics Returns to Full-Service Publisher of Comics and Graphic Albums Three years almost to the day after the acquisition of Magnetic...
Legendary comic book scribe and Catalyst Prime Universe architect Gail Simone to debut Catalyst Prime at NYCC 2019 later this week. A New Era Dawns of Comics’ Most Diverse Universe of Heroes This Week! In comic shops everywhere this week,...
Fans will get a chance to meet some of their favorite creators as Lion Forge and Oni Press announce NYCC 2019 Signings for the big show in the Big Apple.
The partnership of Lion Forge and Oni is now moving on to bigger fish…like Hello Kitty and fam as Oni Press announces partnership with SANRIO.
Rolled & Told #12 Author/Lead Game Designer: E.L. Thomas Senior Development Editor: Andrew E.C. Gaska Cover Art: Vanessa Morales Cartographers: Phil McAndrew, Comfort and Adam with Aubrie Warner August Issue Guest Authors: Findlay Logan, Adam Ma, Andrew G. Schneider, Renee...
A classic anime look and the backgrounds are beautifully detailed. I instantly fell in love with this book and just want more!
He’s the Kinetic Impulse Neoterrestrial Operative! And he’s lost his way. Too bad illumination is a bit of a double-edged sword. Story: Alex Paknadel Art: Diego Galindo Colors: Valentina Pinto Letters: Jim Campbell Publisher: Lion Forge “Kino” #16 continues the...
Two great smaller press publishers are joining forces in the most intimate way.
We’re back with “Kino” #15, and as before … He’s the Kinetic Impulse Neoterrestrial Operative! And shit is completely out of control. Except not quite the way you’d think. Story: Alex Paknadel Art: Diego Galindo Colors: Valentina Pinto Letters: Jim...
News is coming out of Wodercon this weekend, like this bit about a new OGN from a great creative team.
Fresh from Wondercon we’re getting word of a new series that sounds so dope!
A story of friendship, sisterhood in a fight against unsurmountable odds, with a few twists and turns along the way.
The outstanding webcomic from Ariel Ries is finally getting a nice big real-life book.
We’re knee deep into convention season at this point and the news just keeps rolling in.
Alistair Meath has a heck of a lot to reckon with in this excellent conclusion to Paknadel, Galindo, Guzowski and Campbell’s first arc.
If you are familiar with my rating and reviewing of a Family Comic Friday offering, I do not judge a book on concepts explored and examined. I base my rating on the story structure, editing and artwork; all of which in this book was superb.
Mooncakes cooks up love and the occult as Nova Huang and Tam Lan join together to stop an evil presence from destroying their lives and magic.
Sheets is one of the most nuanced and hopeful looks at grief and loss in years, with all the imagination and tenderness one could hope for.
Kino #13 is Paknadel in his element, with a dive into explosive action and the perils of not knowing yourself – or possibly knowing yourself too well.
Alistair Meath’s life’s not getting any easier, and as Paknadel tightens the bureaucratic noose his future’s not looking so bright.
In Paknadel’s capable hands, Alistair Meath tackles the biggest challenge a superhero can face: reality, in all its dismal, confusing glory.
Being a book about dinosaurs and other prehistoric beasts, there are some complicated words like elasmosaurus. So an older co-reader’s help may be needed for younger bookworms.
Welcome to another edition of Family Comic Friday. Today we explore the first issue of a new series by the all-ages creative team of Art Baltazar and Franco. It’s a series I’ve been looking forward to for quite some time...
Spring is nearly upon. And with the changing season comes more comics! So what has the uncanny staff of Outrightgeekery recommended for you for their Geek Picks for the week of March 14, 2018? Jaclyn: The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess,...
This is a must-read comic!