It’s a trio of new releases on comiXology including new Represent! from DC
There are three new releases on comiXology today. You can get new comics from Harlequin and DC, including a new DC Digital First. Get shopping now or check out the individual releases below.
Represent! (2020-) #8
Written by N. Steven Harris
Pencils N. Steven Harris
Inks N. Steven Harris
IN DEFENSE OF FREE SPEECH
In the summer of 1991, a professor gave a speech on slavery and some of the groups of people responsible for it. These groups…weren’t happy. The professor was threatened, called a professor of hate, and was concerned for his safety. As a member of a community organization based out of City College in Harlem, Steven and a group of his friends became the professor’s ad hoc security team. They knew they couldn’t save him from serious threats, but maybe they could save him from an assassination attempt. And in doing so, they were making a statement on freedom of speech-not just random speech or speech for shock value, but speech based on historical facts, backed by scholarship. Steven and his friends provided security for many at-risk Black Americans, and usually this sort of work went off without incident…except one time, when he and his friends were called upon to protect the professor at a college demonstration, and it almost cost them all their lives…
The Corsair And His Bride
Written by Merline Lovelace
Art by Yukako Midori
In 16th century England, Margaret, an 11-year-old girl, has just lost her father. Her father’s dying wishes place Christopher as Margaret’s guardian, and will have to stay with her until she comes of age to marry afterwards. Christopher, the right-hand man of a famous former privateer, scares Margaret and she stays away from him. Time passes and they end up getting married, according to Margaret’s father’s wishes. As Margaret feels like everything is going according to plan, she realizes that she has truly become Christopher’s wife … does he feel the same …?
Kidnapped For His Royal Duty
Written by Jane Porter
Art by Satomi Tsuya
Poppy, a secretary, has always wished for the happiness of her beloved boss, Randall. When she saw him getting married in a loveless political marriage, she got so worried that she decided to intervene, but as a result on the day of the ceremony, the bride disappeared! When the boss asked if it was Poppy who did it, he also explained why he had to get married before his 35th birthday. And that means he had to find his next bride in a hurry. Poppy, pale-faced as a result of this, was even more upset when she saw the list of candidates given to her by Randall. Why does it have my name on it?
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