Twenty years ago Castor, homeworld to the siblings Nero and Minerva, was destroyed by aliens. Eventually they join the dreaded ITO, the spearhead of the Earth Forces, to ensure something like this will never happen again.
But when Minerva betrays her brother and all they ever believed in, it is up to Nero to stop his sister before she reaches the alien alliance. For what Minerva has stolen may well turn the tides of war and spell humanity’s downfall.
The Impure is a four-book miniseries published by Scout Comics‘ Nonstop! imprint that follows the story of a devoted soldier in an interstellar war, whose world begins to fall apart while he begins to question his own loyalty.
The Impure is out this March from writer Ralf Singh, art by Hannes Radke, colors by Singh, and lettering by Marc Schmitz and Singh. It features covers by Hannes Radke and Ralf Singh, Miki Montlló, and Alexander Artin.
Zinnober comes to comic shops June 2018 from Scout Comics.
The series is set after a dragon apocalypse in a parallel world. The survivors have accepted the dragons’ dominion over the planet.
The series follows follows Claire, whose entire family was killed by the dragons. This drives her hatred for the dragons. One day she meets Andrew who has theories about how the dragons can be defeated.
The series is written by Ralf Singh and Thorsten Brochhaus with art by Singh.
Scout Comics has announced the sixth of eight new upcoming comic book properties!! This week, Scout has announced Zinnober by Ralf Singh!
In a post-apocalyptic world completely overrun with dragons, a young woman must avenge her family and risk losing everything while doing so, including what’s left of her humanity.
German artist Ralf Singh had his international breakthrough at Heavy Metal alongside writer Scott Duvall with their miniseries Narcopolis: Continuum. In Germany, he has worked as writer and line-artist on several projects such as Mr. Kill at Plem Plem Productions.
In regards to the unusual (and super cool) title, Ralf says:
In German, the word ‘zinnober’ is used for the mineral cinnabar and the color vermilion. As a metaphor, it represents the color of blood (as a symbol for war) and also something that is worthless (cinnebar).