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Review: Acursian Chapter 9

Acursian Chapter 9

The Marvel Cinematic Universe has mastered the art of storytelling. Granted, most of it has been culled from decades of creators expanding this vast universe in comics. This doesn’t take away from what they created on the screen within the dozens of movies that have already captured the public’s imagination. The films have molded these characters into what the world now considers the standard template of the superhero.

One of the heroes that has been introduced within these live-action films is Thor. His comics have been some of the best to come from the House of Ideas and the movies show why. In Thor: Ragnarok, Odin is dying, and in a bittersweet moment, gives a solemn goodbye. In Acursian Chapter 9, one matron looks for serenity in her last moments much like Odin.

We find Ceillech’s mother, slowly fading away, and looking for her husband before it is too late. We also catch up with Charlie and Corra in Hoover’s America, where everything is not what it used to be and Nate has been captured by the authorities. They soon are reunited and we find out Nate is not exactly who he seems to be. By the issue’s end, we find out Bregon might bring about the end of the Isle of Shadows by killing his parents.

Overall, Acursian Chapter 9 is a brilliant entry that gives the reader a closer view of the stakes. The story by John Barrowman, Carole Barrowman, and Erika Lewis is satisfying. The art by the creative team is amazing. Altogether, it’s a story that delivers the readers the buy-in they need.

Story: John Barrowman, Carole Barrowman, and Erika Lewis Art: Beni Lobel and Tommy Lee Edwards
Story: 9.0 Art: 9.0 Overall: 9.0 Recommendation: Buy

Review: Acursian Chapter 8

Acursian Chapter 8

As a fan Of Back to the Future movies, I definitely have my favorite ones. Each of the movies had its own appeal and its memorable scenes. Each of them shows the range of each actor in the ensemble. The darkest of three movies to me was Back To The Future II.

That movie showed the dark consequences of changing just one thing from the past, the “butterfly effect”. The things Marty McFly did at the beginning of the second movie causes a ripple effect through the timeline. Good intentions sometimes have dire penalties. In Acursian Chapter 8, Charlie finds out how dagger changes the direction of life much as Marty did.

We find Charlie now on the run, as every magical being in the vicinity is hunting him down. As we soon find out that when they lost the dagger that America became a totalitarian government, becoming completely unrecognizable to Charlie and his friends, causing them to hide until the morning in a basement, where they figure out the next steps. By issue’s end, Charlie finds out his family’s dark secrets through a memory recall by one of the witches, and possible fatality changes the stakes.

Overall, Acursian Chapter 8 is an excellent entry that finally tells the whole story. The story by John Barrowman, Carole Barrowman, and Erika Lewis is rewarding. The art by the creative team is dazzling. Altogether, a story which gives readers the parts of the story that has alluded them.

Story: John Barrowman, Carole Barrowman, and Erika Lewis Art: Beni Lobel and  Tommy Lee Edwards
Story: 9.0 Art: 9.0 Overall: 9.0 Recommendation: Buy

Review: Acursian Chapter 7

Acursian

As a fan of Back to the Future, I’ve watched the trilogy way too many times. It’s one of those films that still stands up to time. Michael J Fox is at his best while Christopher Lloyd shines. Director Robert Zemeckis also solidifies his position as a visual storyteller with the films.

As the movies became a staple of modern American cinema, they also became an earmark in popular culture. What I enjoyed about the movies was how it was written for everyone to watch without saying outright that it was made for the family. I also enjoyed how it insisted on real-world stakes if one thing changes. In Acursian Chapter 7, Charlie finds out the hard way just how much things changed when a certain chess piece is moved.

We find Charlie dealing with the fallout of Jock’s death, as he loses the dagger of time in the process. We are also taken back in time to see how the dagger gained it power where one Scottish ruler uses it in a Blood oath to ensure his victory on the battlefield. Charlie is told of how the loss of the dagger may mean the difference between life and death. By the issue’s end, we find exactly how it has changed his life by the loss of it, realizing now he has made a colossal mistake.

Overal, Acursian Chapter 7 is an immense entry that has our heroes with their back to the wall. The story by John Barrowman, Carole Barrowman, and Erika Lewis is gratifying. The art by the creative team is stunning. Altogether, a story that shows our heroes as they suffer their first great loss.

Story: John Barrowman, Carole Barrowman, and Erika Lewis Art: Beni Lobel and Tommy Lee Edwards
Story: 9.0 Art:9.0 Overall:9.0 Recommendation: Buy

Review: Acursian Chapter 6

Acursian

There is always that point of the story where everything changes. Most writers call it the “turning point”, where life is is no longer as simple for the characters. This is where usually things get more interesting. Sometimes it can be dangerous. Usually, that includes what writers call a “catalyst”.

These catalysts are often disturbances that no one saw coming and most of the time don’t want to be there. Sometimes they get there in the nick of time, often saving our protagonist. Either way, their entrance is always interesting. In Acursian Chapter 6, a certain progenitor helps our protagonist find his way

Alison shows up with his son right about the time Corra arrives, leading to more confusion between the couple as Charlie tries told on to what is left of his family. We also find Jock, stabbed by the same dagger he stole all those years ago, which the only thing is keeping him alive. We find out how Bregon broke from his sisters and how Jock got hold of the dagger in the first place. By the issue’s end, a skirmish between Charlie and Steve over the dagger changes events in ways they don’t even know how bad.

Overall, Acursian Chapter 6 is a great entry that gives a bunch of twists and turns. The story by John Barrowman, Carole Barrowman, and Erika Lewis is satisfying. The art by the creative team is dazzling. Altogether, an issue that pushes the foot on the accelerator for the story.

Story: John Barrowman, Carole Barrowman, and Erika Lewis Art: Beni Lobel and Tommy Lee Edwards
Story: 9.0 Art: 9.0 Overall: 9.0 Recommendation: Buy

Review: Acursian Chapter 5

Acursian Chapter 5

There is something so interesting about omens. As most people who think logically cannot fathom the existence of anything that does not belong to the natural world. This is most interesting when you take into account, most people believe in a religion also. As scientists dismiss most myths are fairytales. The truth is, most myths are based on facts, with some skewed details.

As we usually believe most myths until cynicism enters our thought process as adults. So when I started to research some famous myths, the stories behind them made them even more rapturous. As sometimes the reason for the myth provides a more fascinating story than what is told. In Acursian Chapter 5, the reader finds out exactly how Jock ends up as the titleholder

We’re taken back to 1746 Scotland, where Prince Bregon is trying to usurp his sisters, who just happens to be the three witches, from taking back the crown. We soon find out how the witches hid their source of power away from Bregon but had an unknown observer. We also find how Jock became as wealthy as he and Charlie are. By the issue’s end, it’s up to Charlie to set things straight.

Overall, Acursian Chapter 5 entertains. The story by John Barrowman, Carole Barrowman, and Erika Lewis is pleasurable. The art by Beni Lobel and Tommy Lee Edwards is bright. Altogether, a story that gives the reader some very much needed context.

Story: John Barrowman, Carole Barrowman, and Erika Lewis Art: Beni Lobel and Tommy Lee Edwards
Story: 9.0 Art: 9.0 Overall: 9.0 Recommendation: Buy

The Beginning After the End Returns to Tapas in January 2021. Read it For FREE Today!

The Beginning After the End

Tapas celebrates the holiday season with an invitation to readers to spend “FREE Reading Day” Thursday, December 10, reading the #1 Action Fantasy series, The Beginning After the End. The FREE Reading Day is an opportunity to binge the beloved series before its return with season four on January 1, 2021.

Hit webcomic The Beginning After the End is based on the same-titled Tapas original novel by TurtleMe and is a top series on the platform with more than 4.8M views of the comic and 7M+ views of the novel. The Beginning After the End is a magical tale of reincarnation in a different time and place. Imagine waking up to your birth with the knowledge you are King Grey – with unrivaled strength, wealth, and prestige in a world governed by martial ability. But beneath the glamorous exterior of a powerful king lurks the shell of man, devoid of purpose and will. Reincarnated into a new world filled with magic and monsters, the king has a second chance to relive his life. Correcting the mistakes of his past will not be his only challenge, however. Underneath the peace and prosperity of the new world is an undercurrent threatening to destroy everything he has worked for, questioning his role and reason for being born again.

Tapas Launches Studio Tapas Dedicated to Original Content

Magical Boy

Tapas Media has launched Studio Tapas – a newly formed division dedicated to producing and publishing original webcomics and novels. Studio Tapas boasts a robust catalog of more than 70+ Originals – exclusive content wholly-owned by Tapas Media. Studio Tapas has an additional 30 originals in production for launch in 2021.

The first property Studio Tapas will develop beyond the platform is the hit original series Magical Boy (3.4M views/117k weekly subscribers) through an exclusive partnership with Madison Wells for television and cross-platform. This is the second series confirmed to get the broadcast treatment with Madison Wells as previously announced Tapas webcomic Yes, My Boss! is also slated for television. Magical Boy just returned from hiatus earlier this month.

Studio Tapas has named Film/TV industry veteran Corey Sienega as Head of Business Development where she will oversee film, television, and cross-platform partnerships. Formerly the President of Production and Development for Chaotic Good Studios, Sienega is a member of the Producers Guild of America where she is on the Diversity & Inclusion Committee and was previously named one of Hollywood Reporter’s ‘25 Most Powerful Hispanic Women in Entertainment.’

The new division will be helmed by Head of Studio, Gabrielle Luu, who was recently promoted into the newly created position. In her new role, Luu will direct development and strategy of Original Series projects, with a focus on forging new opportunities for top emerging talent through producing stories that not only perform well on Tapas, but also for Tapas’ global network of webcomic and ancillary partners to create Super IPs that can cross platform and geographic borders. Previously a Content Manager and Acquisitions Executive at the digital publisher, Luu worked her way up and has played an instrumental role in building out Tapas’ vast portfolio of hits in several genres such as The Beginning After the EndThe Dragon Prince’s BrideBorn Sexy Tomorrow, and His Barcode Tattoo.

Studio Tapas has already begun co-development of its partner content slate with multiple projects in the works. Recent entertainment partnerships for Studio Tapas Original titles include:

  • Magical Boy, the hit webcomic centers on Max, a young man coming out as trans to his parents, just as he learns from his mother that he’s from a long line of Magical Girls charged with saving the world from the dark Devoid (optioned by Madison Wells for television and cross-platform).
  • The webcomic adaptation of CJ Entertainment’s blockbuster film A Werewolf Boy.
  • Yes, My Boss! a modern office-place romance for the gig economy about an aspiring webcomic artist who suffers through her horrible boss during the day, only to find out that her new assistant candidate and biggest fan is actually her horrible boss. Frolic Media and Madison Wells are producing a scripted podcast and developing the tv adaptation.
  • MNEMOSYNE, an AI thriller created by Sansa, follows a young woman recovering from a horrible crash who struggles to regain her memory. The more she remembers, the more she fears that her caretakers are her captors and that her memories might not be her own. Tapas is partnered with Zoic Studios for television and cross-platform adaptation.

Review: Generasian Comics Volume I (formerly known as This Asian American Life)

Generasian Comics Volume I

In our current climate, and hopefully, we’ll soon see its repudiation, being a minority seems as though your life is not safe. It’s almost incomprehensible that the safety of our children is what’s at stake. Before the election results, our worry was only amplified because of the hate propelled by the current President. During the previous Obama administration, the diversity the nation held was a source of our strength and not our weakness.

What really happened over these past four years is not that the current president suddenly created all this hate but he only made these groups bolder to be out in the open. Our newly elected administration looks to mend those ties. What ties those hyphens in our identity is what makes us unique and beautiful. In the first volume of the brilliant Katie Quan’s Generasian Comics Volume I, she eloquently shows the joys and struggles of everyday Asian Americans.

We open up on Katie’s journey in high school, as in the sobering “Labels”, she shows how insecurities when it comes to race, has a powerful psychiatric effect. In “Modern Courtship”, she navigates the always murky waters of getting to know someone and the insistent need to define. In “A (Great) Wall”, she points out the absurdity of the subject movie and the fact that Matt Damon was in it. In “ This Asian American Life”, she points out all the stupid questions Asian Americans have to deal with at some point from someone not Asian. In “Popo”, she tells the tale of one woman going through TSA, and how minorities get unfairly targeted no matter how long they lived in the US. In “(Un ) Sensitivity”, Katie and her friends have some unmitigated fun with a census worker. In “Six Degrees of Seperasian”, she points out how small a world it really is especially if you are Asian. In “The Same, The Sane”, she fangirls over Supernatural, and just how riveting is, and it doesn’t hurt it has eye candy in its protagonists. In “Chink’, her brother gets a racial slur targeted at him and she finds herself not being able to help him but only able to give him solace. In “American Born Chinese”, she gets into the absurdity of Asian branded foods. In “Aloha”, she gets into why the casting of Emma Stone as an Asian shows just how backward Hollywood is. In “Time”, she ponders on if she was born I the wrong time but upon discovering the Angry Asian Man blog realizes that she is not alone. In the final strip“Resilence”, se exposes the hate Asian Americans are exposed to. By the book’s end, she entails the struggles of the Asian American in both a relatable and poignant fashion.

Overall, an excellent showcase of Quan’s eloquence as a storyteller which instantly has made me a fan of hers. The stories by Quan are timely, funny, and moving. The art by Quan is simply gorgeous. Altogether, Generasian Comics Volume I is an important part of America’s canon that deserves more attention and will have me coming back week after week.

Story: Katie Quan Art: Katie Quan
Story: 10 Art: 10 Overall: 10 Recommendation: Buy

Review: Discombobulated: The ‘Donald Trump Has COVID-19’ Comic Strip

DISCOMBOBYLATED: THE DONALD TRUMP HAS COVID-19 COMIC STRIP

As the news seems to be a revolving door of bad news, there is some news where we kind of saw it coming. The pandemic has taken away too many people from us and in record numbers. It also has given the insight to look at other’s situations. Which brings us to what recently happened to POTUS, that much more relevant.

The fact that he caught the virus is both ironic and dismal. His constant berating of experts and the science involved makes it all disheartening at the end of the day. You expect the best from your world leaders and to get someone as unintelligent as POTUS feels like the world is ending. In the latest story arc of the side-splitting and pertinent Discombobulated, David takes some time to talk about the current issues of the day.

We find David talking to his therapist about the issues currently affecting him which pushes her to suggest that he find someone else. He also tries to find out who is to blame for Trump getting COVID, as Systemic Racism, 2020, and COVID all try to take credit. He grapples with how death during the pandemic has only contributed to his anxiety. By the story’s end, David brings light to the fact that mental health is such a stigma when it comes to Black Men.

Overall, an excellent story arc that makes the webcomic series even more relevant. The story by David F. Walker is authentic. The art by Quinn McGowan is amazing. Altogether, a chapter which drills down to our new normal.

Story: David F Walker Art: Quinn McGowan
Story: 9.0 Art: 9.0 Overall: 9.0 Recommendation: Buy

Enjoy 50% Off GlobalComix While Checking This Week’s New Comics

GlobalComix is celebrating Black Friday with 50% off GlobalComix Gold between now the end of Cyber Monday. The discount will expire on November 30th at midnight Eastern Time.

This is your chance to have an entire month of access to over 1000 comics for the price of a single cup of coffee.

So save and while you’re at it, check out the new releases on the platform over the past week!

Sweet Nola Chapter 1 Part 9

Published by Chikin
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Nola is a office worker. She takes care of her beloved little brother who is prodigious in music. Her hobbies include kickboxing and beating men to a little pulp. One day, her company offers a paid master’s. Returning to college would mean giving up her stable life and moving to a new city. The offer tempts her…

Sweet Nola

Lil’ Hellions 1: A Day At the Zoo

Publisher: Arcana Comics
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A day at the zoo for a group of kids is no cause for alarm–unless those kids are from the bowels of Hell. Join Jim Reaper, Louie, Lucy and Boog for a trip to the zoo It doesn’t take long for the trip to turn into bedlam, and it’s up to Jim to save the day… that is, if he can control his bowels long enough.

Lil' Hellions 1: A Day At the Zoo

Endless Moons Teaser, Issue #1

Publisher: Tommy Jauregui
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Endless Moons follows the story of Dazel, a young lady who has been running from her past for the last 10 years. She must face her heritage on the planet Velzia, after a man from the smuggler crew she travels with wreaks havoc on a Galactic bazaar.

Endless Moons Teaser, Issue #1

Loosely Based

Publisher: Arcana Comics
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Duncan Moreno has finally found the success he’s been craving when his newest novel becomes an ultra popular, best seller. But sometimes success comes with a price, and soon enough his life descends into chaos as his fictional characters begin coming to life and demanding that he write them into future works.

Loosely Based

Future Sci-Fi Tales

Publisher: SnowyWorks
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Future Sci-Fi Tales is an anthology series featuring short science fiction stories from creators all around the world!

Future Sci-Fi Tales

Future Sci-Fi Tales 2020

Publisher: SnowyWorks
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Future Sci-Fi Tales is an anthology series featuring short science fiction stories from creators all around the world!

Future Sci-Fi Tales 2020

De-Aged

Publisher: SnowyWorks
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Jerry lives in an assisted living facility with death quickly approaching when a mysterious doctor visits promising a cure. Story & Letters: Drew D. Lenhart Pencils & Inks: Louie Escauriaga Colors: Jerry Lucas

De-Aged

Calzer’s Clock

Publisher: SnowyWorks
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A tale from the future! A man visiting Mexico City with his wife finds an old-time clock shop. He meets Calzer, a lonely shop owner, and clock repairman who tries to sell him a unique clock. Is this an ordinary clock, or land our character in instant peril? Written by Drew D. Lenhart Pencils/Inks by Armando C. Rillo Sr. Cover colors by Jasen Smith

Calzer's Clock

The Crimson Fly

Publisher: SkipperWing!
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The Crimson Fly is a webcomic about a teen vigilante with fly powers who just wants to do good in the world. Sadly said world doesn’t work like it does in the comics, and violence isn’t always the answer! Can the Crimson Fly navigate the confusing structures of law, social justice and do-goodery without winding up in jail… or dead?

The Crimson Fly

Schism

Publisher: Aroha Comics
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Spain has been blighted by war and ruin. The only light that remains are behind the walls of Olot. Adriana Solero Hunter serves as a guardian beyond the walls but is she a slave or a master of her own destiny? This is the story of how she reclaims her life. This is the story of her Death. 28 PAGES Colour INTERIOR Words by Mark Abnett Art by Chris Connelly Letters By Rob Jones

Schism

The Changeable

Publisher: Austere Comics
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From abandoned teen, to graduate with honors, to molecular scientist, to super hero – Visarene Shautruse is the Changeable, a hero with the ability to manipulate molecular standards into many levels of matter.

The Changeable

Legacy: Am I Too Late?

Publisher: Cross Stories
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Grando has lost control. Grano has to now try to stop Grando from getting to the town but there is one problem. A horde of demons decides to show up while Grano fights Grando. Things can’t get much worse…

Legacy

MONSTER MATADOR: TANGO OF THE MATADORS

Publisher: 2510 Press
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A delightfully demented post-apocalyptic throw-down in which Matador Ramon Alejandro Estévez-Guerrero take up his sword and cape against the monsters that turned the world into a lawless, Kaiju-infested hellscape.

MONSTER MATADOR: TANGO OF THE MATADORS

BDSM Boys

Publisher: Animefanka
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Intimate life of Marcus and Alex – gay couple really into some pervy stuff.

BDSM Boys

My Heart Chose You

Publisher: Mela G.
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Zack and Renz had been dating for three years now. They’re relationship is strong and they have supportive parents. Until one day an accident happened that will change their destiny.

My Heart Chose You

Vápnthjófr saga

Publisher: Bjekkergauken
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Welcome to Vapnthjofr saga! This is a historical fantasy comic, set in 10th century scandinavia. As a civil war is threatning to tear a west-nordic kingdom apart, an unlikely group is wrapped up in the conflict and sent out on a seemingly impossible quest. Updates tuesdays, thursdays and sundays.

Vápnthjófr saga

MK’s The Strange Mission of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde: Issue 3: A Salty Seduction

Publisher: MK_Wizard
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Lucy makes a move on Simon Stride and Dr. Jekyll makes a move on his own admirer.

MK's The Strange Mission of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde: Issue 3: A Salty Seduction

Time Gate: Reaper Chapter 28

Publisher: Project Reaper
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A young man bearing the promise of death on his skin, a sinister government made up of the undead, an infamous scythe murderer who’s risen once again from the shadows . . . . . . and the fed-up girl with a hefty score to settle with all of them.

Time Gate: Reaper Chapter 28

Foxy and Wolfy

Publisher: Foxy and Wolfy Comics
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Getting ready for school…

Foxy and Wolfy

Helm Graycastle

Publisher: Henry Barajas
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The last dragon prince has been abducted and is kept prisoner by an unknown threat: AZTEC MEXICA. Helm Greycastle and his band of outsider adventures are tasked with exploring the uncharted land that was once at the brink of enslavement by the savage Spanish Conquistadors…but the Aztecs used sorcery to thwart the Conquistador’s murderous rampage.

Helm Graycastle

Rune Symbol

Publisher: Nd Okon
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The Fallen Angel Sheol is on a ravaging path to restore his powers in order to recreate his broken world, a plan which inadvertently clashes with the Rune Wielder Asuke, a young mage desperately seeking the truth behind his father’s disappearance.

Rune Symbol

Fallen Engel: Icebound

Publisher: Kamourian King
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Mitzataru Denezea has traveled to the far north to investigate a mysterious snow storm that has covered the earth. Wile there, Mitzataru is forced to use his unique powers to save the Kamourians. Will he be able to free everybody from being icebound?

Fallen Engel: Icebound

Under a Blood-Red Moon

Publisher: Dren Productions
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The Earth has been invaded by a race of aliens whose only interest is finding new slaves for their empire. This creates a problem for some of the other species living here–vampires and werewolves. The more humans they take off planet, the less food they have. Our fate is locked in between these two warring factions whose only desire is to retrieve their food source. Whoever wins, we lose!

Under a Blood-Red Moon

Lethal Instinct

Publisher: Arcana Comics
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Frank Aaron is a police officer who struggles with the curse of being a werewolf. As he investigates the brutal murder of the Mayor’s family, he notices claw marks, saliva, and animal hair at the crime scene, leading him to wonder if he might be responsible. But in the course of his investigation, he discovers that there is another werewolf in town…

Lethal Instinct

The Kill Journal

Publisher: Failed Superheroes Club
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The Kill Journal is a tale of Revenants and the Survivors who hunt them. Revenants are evil spirits back from the dead, wielding chainsaws and machetes, and their victims, the ones still alive, are taking a stand. Led by a half-mad preacher, they’re ridding the world of these monsters before they become one themselves.

The Kill Journal

Oh My, the Horror!

Publisher: SnowyWorks
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Oh My, the Horror! The first issue in a new horror anthology series. Collects six spooky and thrilling short stories all in their black and white glory. Get lost in tales of adolescent revenge, a serial murderer on the loose, a superheroes expired success, a man’s demonized devotion, and more! Features: The Librarian, Pumpkinman, Toadstools, Reckoning, The Covenant, and Noodles

Oh My, the Horror!

Expedition Zombie

Publisher: SnowyWorks
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Zombies are used as challenges on an island survival reality show. The participants will have to survive on their own and there can be only one winner who must reach a boat and win the prize. Will the contestants survive?

Expedition Zombie

Bitter Awakening

Publisher: SnowyWorks
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This is a horror and mystery story with an expressionist influence. Lucas Freitas and Alberto Pessoa (Primas) presents a gothic comic tale that brings together dream and reality, with an emphasis on a memoryless man in a city who condemned him for crimes he did not commit … crimes for which he thinks he did not commit!

Bitter Awakening

The World Of M #2

Publisher: George Vega Art
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Welcome to a world of magic, machines, and mayhem. Join Jack Mast and Walter Tank on their adventure to save the mother of a little girl from the Silk King.

The World Of M #2

Offtask 17: Going on Haitus 11/21

Publisher: Alin Laphel
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The one day I actually update on time is the day I make a hiatus notice lol. Apologize for going on hiatus but I feel like I definitely need it! I hope everyone understands!

Offtask

True Powers: MS2 Chapter 11 Page 01

Publisher: Cave Comics and Art
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The sequel to True Power! Michel will one day become the King of Erkonia, but first he has to grow up a bit and what better place to do so than on Earth? Awkward moments, fun friends, rivals, and fanservice await!

True Powers: MS2 Chapter 11 Page 01

Anti-Christ

Publisher: Dren Productions
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Sam has been genetically engineered by terrorists to be the Anti-Christ and destroy the western world, but she wants out of the game and decides to kill herself instead. The problem is she can’t die, because a higher power has special plans for her. Sam desperately wants to use the evil powers within her for good, but she is afraid of becoming the monster everyone believes she is.

Anti-Christ

Mea Culpa

Publisher: Morningstar Press
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A preview of whats to come

Mea Culpa
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