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Artifact One #1 & 2

ARTIFACT ONE issues 1 and 2

Written and Created by: J.T. Krul & Vince Hernandez

Illustrations by: Romina Moranelli

Colors by: Enrica Eren Angiolini

Letters by: Dez Sienty

Edited by: Gabe Carrasco

Published by: Aspen Comics

Set on Adenia, a world where science is illegal; and to question the gods may cost you your life, Artifact One follows the story Remi as she seeks to uncover the lost history of her people and the truth of a strange artifact bestowed upon her by her father. After Remi and her father are discovered by the Akolouth, the ruling order of religious clerics, she is forced to go on the run. Left with more questions than answers, Remi searches for the truth above all else…even happiness. Her most pressing of which: What is Artifact One, and what do the markings NASA stand for?

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Portal Bound #3-4

A few months ago I mentioned that one of my more recent comic discoveries is Aspen Comics. (Which is fairly embarrassing, since we often review them here at Geek-o-Rama.) This year marks their 15th anniversary and they show no sign of slowing down. So when the opportunity to review issues #0-2 of Portal Bound, I was quite excited. So much so, that I’m here with issues #3 and 4.

Portal Bound takes us into a new world, or more accurately two new worlds. One is the earth as we know it, as seen through the eyes of a young teenage boy, Eli. Eli is hardly hero material, he’s quiet, nerdy, and as unassuming as a teen can get. The second is Havos. In theory, Havos and Earth are the same, like two sides of a coin...

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Portal Bound #0-2

One of my more recent comic discoveries is Aspen Comics. (Which is fairly embarrassing, since we often review them here at Geek-o-Rama.) This year marks their 15th anniversary and they show no sign of slowing down. So when the opportunity to review their newest title, Portal Bound, I was quite excited.

Portal Bound takes us into a new world, or more accurately two new worlds. One, is the earth as we know it, as seen through the eyes of a young teenage boy, Eli. Eli is hardly hero material, he’s quiet, nerdy, and as unassuming as a teen can get. The second is Havos. In theory, Havos and Earth are the same, like two sides of a coin. The colours are wrong, the technology is wrong, and the people are wrong, but they remain inexorably bound together...

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Aspen Comics Debuts Dissension: War Eternal & Nu Way this July

Aspen Comics - GeekoRama On the heels of their Worlds of Aspen 2018 Free Comic Book Day offering that premiered zero issues of their brand new titles, Dissension: War Eternal and Nu Way, Aspen Comics is set to release both series this July.

In association with ZMX Comics, the publisher is releasing the sci-fi action-adventure Nu Way #1 on July 11th by writer J.T. Krul (Jirni, Michael Turner’s Soulfire) with art by Alex Konat (Michael Turner’s Fathom, Eternal Soulfire) and colors by John Starr (Executive Assistant: Iris, Jirni) with lettering by Sal Cipriano (The Flash) featuring covers by Konat, Ryan Odagawa, Harvey Tolibao, Jordan Gunderson and more to be announced. Solicitation copy for Nu Way #1 reads:

In the future, technology continues to dominate every aspect of civilization, and nowhere is it more on di...

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Aspen Comics 15-Year Anniversary WAVE 1 PR

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ASPEN COMICS RETURNS TO ITS ROOTS FOR 15-YEAR ANNIVERSARY IN 2018

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Aspen Comics, the comic book publishing house founded in 2008 by the late superstar artist Michael Turner, will be celebrating its fifteen-year anniversary in 2018. To celebrate, the publisher is planning a yearlong initiative featuring a return to many of its classic properties. Three of Aspen’s flagship titles will be highlighting significant milestones, with Michael Turner’s Fathom and Soulfire’s twenty and fifteen year anniversary respectively, and Executive Assistant: Iris’ ten-year anniversary as well.

The publisher plans to focus on less variant covers as well as a reduced price on new jumping-on point issues including 25-cent primer issues an...

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