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Review: TKO Shorts: Night Train

Neal is having trouble sleeping. A new baby brother isn’t helping at all. Enter a mysterious spectral train with a ghostly conductor offering to solve Neal’s problems.

Story: Steve Foxe
Art: Lisandro Estherren
Color: Patricio Delpeche
Letterer: Steve Wands

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Review: TKO Shorts: The Father of All Things

It’s 1914 and the world is at war. Idealistic 14-year old Georg is ready to defend his country, but nothing could prepare him for the supernatural horrors that await beneath the trenches.

The Father of All Things is an intriguing story about the horrors of war, part of TKO StudiosTKO Shorts.

Story: Sebastian Gimer
Art: Baldemar Rivas
Letterer: Steve Wands

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TKO’S Covid-19 Initiative Benefited Over 650 Comic Shops

In 2020 TKO Studios launched an initiative to help comic shops suffering during COVID-18. Launched in March, the comic publisher sent 50% of every sale from their webstore to the local comic shop of a customer’s choosing.

The initiative ended in August and during the 6 months, the publisher sent over 1,500 checks to over 650 comic shops! In May the publisher announced they had sent “over a thousand checks to over 600 stores”.

It’s an impressive initiative showing how publishers can help directly boost comic shops impacted during economic struggles. It was one of the numerous ways publishers and creators rallied to help shops make it through the year. In October, BINC, the Book Industry Charitable Foundation announced they had raised over $950,000 to benefit comic retailers.

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Discover TKO Studios with the TKO Linewide Sale

TKO Studios is a publisher that’s flown under the radar and has had some wonderful releases.

You can save and get their comics now for cheap with the TKO Linewide Sale.

There’s 11 graphic novels on sale now for either $1.99 or $2.99 instead of $4.99 and $7.99. That’s a saving of 40%, 60%, and 63% off releases!

Take advantage as the sale ends on January 31!


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Review: Redfork

After a run-in with the law, ex-con Noah returns to his coal-mining hometown to find it in economic decline and riddled with drug abuse. But, there’s something far more sinister in the coal mines than the evil corporation exploiting the town and its people.

Story: Alex Paknadel
Art: Nil Vendrell
Color: Giulia Brusco
Letterer: Ryan Ferrier

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Discover TKO Studios with the TKO Linewide Sale

TKO Studios is a publisher that’s flown under the radar and has had some wonderful releases.

You can save and get their comics now for cheap with the TKO Linewide Sale.

There’s 11 graphic novels on sale now for either $1.99 or $2.99 instead of $4.99 and $7.99. That’s a saving of 40%, 60%, and 63% off releases!

Take advantage as the sale ends on January 31!


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ComiXology Has Nine New Digital Comics including New TKO, Magnetic Press, DC Digital First, and Harlequin

There’s nine new digital comics ready for you on comiXology. You can get new releases from TKO Studios, Magnetic Press, Harlequin, and a new DC Digital First! You can get shopping now or check out the individual issues below!

Gunland Vol. 2 #7: Tribe

Written by Captain Artiglio
Art by Captain Artiglio
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Bill “Death” is dead, and now the infamous Wild Bunch is on a rampage across the valley, lead by a ghost. Meanwhile, the Cherub joins The Girl with No Name’s gang, but are his intentions legit…?

Gunland Vol. 2 #7: Tribe

Lonesome Days, Savage Nights

Written by Szymon Kudranski, Steve Niles, Salvatore A. Simeone
Art by Szymon Kudranski
Colored by Szymon Kudranski
Lettered by Thomas Mauer
Edited by Sebastian Girner
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When the one person he cares about is murdered, private detective Stu Manning unleashes the beast he’s kept hidden inside and paints the town red.

Lonesome Days, Savage Nights

Mistress For A Month

Written by Ann Major
Art by Eve Takigawa
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Amelia happens to run into the same gorgeous Frenchman twice. It must be fate! After he asks her on a date, she’s thrilled. But then she sees an article about him in the paper—he’s Count Remy, a famous playboy! She’s doubtful a man so out of her league would ever be interested in her. And it turns out what he’s really after is Amelia’s property. But can she look past his ulterior motive and use this man to teach her how to be a lover?

Mistress For A Month

Pistouvi #4

Written by Merwan
Art by Bertrand Gatignol
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Something is changing. Things arent sparkling like they used to. And suddenly the birds are making sense… The powerful conclusion to this poignant allegorical series.

Pistouvi #4

Poppy’s Passion

Written by Helen Shelton
Art by Atsumi Ryo
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Poppy is a brand-new intern working in the emergency room. She’s in a huge hurry to get to work when she bumps into a man in the corridor. It’s Tom, the man she’s always admired and who is now a skilled surgeon. Poppy wants to impress him, but she keeps making mistake after mistake in front of him. Can she forget this childhood love and focus on her career?

Poppy's Passion

Pregnant By The Boss!

Written by Carol Grace
Art by Tsukiko Kurebayashi
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Claudia has feelings for her boss, Joe. But it’s hard loving a man with such a philandering reputation. Just when she works up the nerve to resign, Joe drops a bombshell on her. He wants her to marry him! She knows he doesn’t love her, but what will the next two weeks hold as she trains her replacement?

Pregnant By The Boss!

The Pull

Written by Steve Orlando
Art by Ricardo López Ortiz
Colored by Triona Farrell
Lettered by Thomas Mauer
Edited by Sebastian Girner
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When the unstoppable cosmic force of the Undoer threatens the existence of Earth itself, disgraced government agent Brenton Demm must shake off a lifetime’s worth of regret and save us all.

The Pull

Redfork

Written by Alex Paknadel
Art by Nil Vendrell
Colored by Giulia Brusco
Lettered by Ryan Ferrier
Edited by Sebastian Girner
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Ex-con Noah McGlade returns to find his hometown decayed by opioid abuse, but he soon discovers an even more sinister horror lurking in the coal mines below town.

Redfork

Superman: Man of Tomorrow #19

Written by Dave Wielgosz
Pencils Jorge Corona
Inks Jorge Corona
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During a heated argument, the Man of Steel and the Dark Knight are ambushed by a cadre of evil Multiversal doppelgangers. It’s Batman versus Superman in this no-holds barred brawl between good and evil!

Superman: Man of Tomorrow #19

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Comics Deserve Better Episode 12: Beyond the Demon, The Sea by Ben Goldsmith, Davy Broyles, and Justin Birch/Burning Tree by Nuna

On this week’s Comics Deserve Better, Brian, Darci, and Logan discuss a couple of horror one-shots from Source Point Press. The comics are the maritime scarefest Beyond the Demon, The Sea by Ben Goldsmith, Davy Broyles, and Justin Birch and the almost-silent Gothic horror book Burning Tree by Nuna. They also chat about indie comics news like Heavy Metal‘s Magma Comix imprint, Abbott 1973, TKO‘s third wave of graphic novel, and Dark Horse Comics‘ Halloween sale. Other comics mentioned on the show include Culdesac, Blood on the Tracks, Die, Bitter Root, Death of the Horror Anthology, and Maids. (Episode art by Nuna)

Roxane Gay and Ming Doyle’s The Banks is Being Adapted for Film

TKO Studios has announced that The Banks is being adapted for film. The comic publisher is partnering with MACRO to produce the film. The comic series was written by Roxane Gay with art by Ming Doyle. Gay will write the screenplay of the film and serve as an executive producer.

Released as a comic series by TKO, the women of the Banks family are the most successful thieves in Chicago, but during the heist of a lifetime, they must band together to avenge a loved one taken too soon.

The Banks
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