Tagged: Scout Comics
Scout Comics has an upcoming horror comic about to hit shelves, and you should check it out. Here’s our review for It Eats What Feeds It #1.
A great horror comics from a great publisher is what we have right here, right now.
ATLANTIS WASN’T BUILT FOR TOURISTS from Scout Comics has been announced and it sounds like it’s going to be a great series.
There are only 1,000 copies of each the Assassin and Son #1 Tribute Variant Covers and it can be purchased by clicking the links below.
Big change are going down over at this publisher with big personnel changes as Scout Comics Announces Two Co-Publishers.
This publisher just cannot stop making awesome comics, they reveal a new every day it seems, and now Scout Comics Announces TALYN .
When an outbreak of a rabies-like virus devastates the world, it’s a fight for survival in a world gone mad as Scout Comics Announces RABID WORLD.
This publisher just cannot stop dropping comic bombs! It seems every day we get a new series, like this, as Scout Comics Announces CODE 45.
A powerful story with amazing artwork that everyone should read. From Scout Comics and a great creative team, here’s our review for Yasmeen #1.
A publisher that just cannot seem to stop putting out new comics is putting out another as Scout Comics Announces LOCUST.
Scout Comics Announces DISTORTED, as they have announced a slew of new titles on the way later this year. Have fun keeping up!
Loggerhead #1 Creator, Writer, Artist, Colorist: Bryan Silverbax Layouts: Mark Vuycankiat Letterer: Joel Rodriguez Cover Artists: Bryan Silverbax (CVR A) Walter Ostlie (CVR B) Publisher: Scout Comics ***1st Issue Spoilers*** We’ve all told various stories around the campfire, of course,...
When his sister summons him home to help solve a string of grisly murders, the town outcast must outrun his own demons as Scout Comics Announces DREXLER.
Scout Comics continues to deliver some great comics, and we have another one for you to check out. Here’s our Last Stop TPB Review.
A boy who predicts death joins with a traveling carnival that hides dark magic and even darker secrets in DOOMSPEAKER from Scout Comics.
Fueled by the power of nostalgia, Scout Comics Announces GALACTIC RODENTS OF MAYHEM: capybara lovechild of STAR WARS and TMNT.
The Truth Behind the Fake Invasion…but Not Really, as Scout Comics Announces ORSON WELLES: WARRIOR OF THE WORLDS
A bit more of a lie added to the truth…that we may not know about as Scout Comics Announces ORSON WELLES: WARRIOR OF THE WORLDS.
A new sort of story from a terrific publisher is on the way, it involves some animals, and it sound great as Scout Comics Announces SENGI AND TEMBO.
It’s been one messed up year, it’s not even close to over, and comics aren’t going to one up this…or are they. It’s a SH*TSHOW!
There are lots of titles coming from this publisher, they all have something cool going on, and this looks the same as Scout Comics Announces LOGGERHEAD.
Scout Comics has announced a whole lot of stuff recently, and this is yet another. It’s Grit, and it sounds like another great series.
When the US President is assassinated by one of his own security detail, a Secret Service agent must protect the Vice President at all costs in The Recount.
Another new comic book series announcement today as this publisher is just cranking out books. Check it as Scout Comics Announces SOULSTREAM.
A brand new comic book series in on the way, it sounds pretty cool, and now we know more as Scout Comics Announces SWEET DOWNFALL.
There’s a brand new comic book series on the way from one hell of a good publisher and a cool creative team as Scout Comics Announces CHILDREN OF THE GRAVE.
The small press comic book publisher is making some headway into other mediums, as WRETCHES being developed for TV series.
Once Our Land Review Created by Peter Ricq Published by Scout Comics During the era of Covid-19 stay-at-home orders, one of the things I miss most is my weekly trip to the comic book store. Yes, there are other sources...
The followup issue to the debut hit is now here, and it’s a terrific issue. Here’s our Canopus #2 review from writer/artist David Chisholm.