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Preview: Nomobots #3

Nomobots #3

Writer: Diego Agrimbau
Artist: Juan Manuel Tumbúrus
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Nadia has escaped from a human farm and now she’s being persecuted by the Nomobot Police. Nomobots were created to avoid human extinction, but along the way humans lost their freedom. Nomobots now run farms where human slaves are submitted to every kind of stimulation, some pleasant, some unbearable. These sensations are recorded and saved on capsules called Emopills, to be sold on the street.

Nomobots #3

Preview: Nomobots #2

Nomobots #2

Writer: Diego Agrimbau
Artist: Juan Manuel Tumbúrus
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Nadia has escaped from a human farm and now she’s being persecuted by the Nomobot Police. Nomobots were created to avoid human extinction, but along the way humans lost their freedom. Nomobots now run farms where human slaves are submitted to every kind of stimulation, some pleasant, some unbearable. These sensations are recorded and saved on capsules called Emopills, to be sold on the street.

Nomobots #2

Preview: Nomobots #2

Nomobots #2

Writer: Diego Agrimbau
Artist: Juan Manuel Tumbúrus
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Nadia has escaped from a human farm and now she’s being persecuted by the Nomobot Police. Nomobots were created to avoid human extinction, but along the way humans lost their freedom. Nomobots now run farms where human slaves are submitted to every kind of stimulation, some pleasant, some unbearable. These sensations are recorded and saved on capsules called Emopills, to be sold on the street.

Nomobots #2

Preview: Nomobots

Nomobots

Writer:  Diego Agrimbau
Artist: Juan Manuel Tumbúrus
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This is the story of Nadia, one of the last humans in Sileo, a city where Nomobots rule. Nomobots were created to avoid human extinction, but humans lost their freedom in the deal. Nomobots can love and hate, but their metal bodies don’t allow them to feel. There’s no pain or pleasure. So human slaves, like Nadia, are submitted to every kind of stimulation, and their sensations are recorded and sold on Sileo’s streets.

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Heavy Metal Announces a New Creator-Owned Imprint, Virus

We can debate the name of the new line of comics but Heavy Metal is diving into the world of creator-owned comics with a new imprint, Virus.

The first comics from the new venture launch April 29 with eight stories and new titles will arrive every Wednesday going forward.

Virus will feature comics from Ron Marz, Bob Fingerman, and many more. Four titles launching next week are The Red (by Rosenblum, Medney, Bownz, Hander, and Lam)Nomobots (by Agrimbau and Tumburus)Hymn of the Teada (by Medney, Rosenblum, Mechler, Fung, Pinchuk, and Bownz), and Garbage Factory (by Jakofire and Kim).

Heavy Metal is also positioning the imprint as unique and “revolutionary” as the compensation offered to creators is 15% of the sticker price, “whether they sell one book or 10,000.” ComiXology submit offers 50% of the net sale of a title (after they pay their mobile distributors their standard fees).  If your title is sold through the comiXology website, you will receive 50% of the gross sale after credit card fees are taken out (credit card processing fees range from 1.5% to 2.9% for swiped credit cards). In the announcement they hinted they are looking to host comics from other publishers building a new digital platform.

Check out covers for those below.

Also released was artwork from Bob Fingerman’s upcoming Dotty’s Inferno.

(via SyFy)