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Feathers (Original Graphic Novel)

Written & Illustrated By: Jorge Corona

Colors By: Jen Hickman

Letters By: Deron Bennett

Synopsis: Born covered in black feathers, abandoned as a baby in the slums of the Maze, Poe has lived his entire 11-year-old life hidden away under the protection of his adoptive father, Gabriel. He spends his days secretly helping the Mice, bands of orphans who roam the slums, but there is a whisper of an altogether more sinister figure in the shadows, making street children disappear. When Bianca, an over-protected girl from the wealthy City beyond the Wall, escapes into the Maze in search of adventure, their worlds collide. – Comixology

The Story: I have to say this is probably my favorite book I’ve had the pleasure of reviewing on this site...

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Geek Girl #1

Writer: Sam Johnson
Artist: Carlos Granda
Colorist: Chunlin Zhao
Letterer: Paul Maclaren
Publisher: Markosia
Acorn Ridge, MA is protected by three superheroes; Pit Bull, Neon Girl and Geek Girl. Geek Girl’s powers are from glasses the gives her super strength and flying abilities. But, the original Geek Girl has been in a coma since her last battle, so a girl name Summer has decided to take up the glasses and help out. Summer does not have formal superhero training, but she tries her best helping Pit Bull stop crime. But she feels the need to help keep Maine safe.
The crime lord, Pig Head has gotten a hold of some hi-tech components that help him get away with an armed robbery without a trace. This is his pitch to low-level criminals to form a league of villains...
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ACTIONVERSE’S Story Arc Starring Midnight Tiger Now on comiXology!

Action Lab - Midnight Tiger
MIDNIGHT TIGER: STRONGER #1 and #2
Plots/Creator: Ray-Anthony Height
Script: Vito Delsante
Artist Name(s): Éric Van Elslande (art), Wilson Ramos, Jr. (colors), Justin Birch (letters)
Cover Artist(s): Éric Van Elslande
Each $1.99 on comiXology!
Originally scheduled to be released as ACTIONVERSE #7 FEATURING MIDNIGHT TIGER, this new story arc is being re-solicited as MIDNIGHT TIGER: STRONGER. The four issue story arc will feature the long-awaited return of Midnight Tiger. Created by Ray-Anthony Height (X-MEN BLUE/SUPERB), STRONGER will be illustrated by artist Eric Van Elslande with colors by Wilson Ramos and scripts based on Height’s plots by Vito Delsante (STRAY).

In Midnight Tiger’s latest adventure, new villains are invading Apollo Bay and...

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Interview with Drew Edwards – Writer of Lucy Chaplin: Science Starlet

Interview with Drew Edwards – Writer of Lucy Chaplin: Science Starlet

Since Lucy Chaplin comes from Halloween Man can you first give a little background to him and his comic for folks who are new to your works?

Halloween Man(aka Solomon Hitch) is  best described as the weird adventures of a zombie superhero and his sexy mad scientist girlfriend. They’ve battled everything from space dwarves, the Loch Ness monster, the Headless Horseman, vegan vampires, and even the Invisible Man. We have a lot of fun making it and I think that translates onto the page.

 

The comic has existed for nearly two decades in a number of different formats. It began as a web comic and it’s currently an ongoing series on ComiXology, with various annuals and crossovers tied into it...

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Archie & Friends Digital Digest #3

WArchie & Friends #3 - Geek-o-Ramaritten by : Angelo DeCesare and Dan Parent

Artwork by Jim, Amasti, Bill Galvan, Jack Morell, Jeff Shultz, Bob Smith, Glen Whitmore

Publisher: ComiXology

Archie Andrews is your average  freckle faced redheaded teenager. He likes video games, girls, and his name has been known among comic book lovers for decades. Archie and the gang are back for a short bite sized edition of fun Riverdale updates.

This digital version of Archie & Friends is a reminder that some things are timeless. Once again, I got to meet with some old friends from my childhood and I was happy to see that they hadn’t really changed. Archie still likes girls and games. Jughead still likes food. Reggie still likes … well, Reggie. This is a quick read that is silly and enjoyable to read...

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