The award-winning oversized comics magazine! Each issue contains 72 pages of full issue-length stories by some of the most interesting creators making comics. This issue includes Matt Sheean and Malachi Ward finish the four part series of "What a difference a day makes?". Grim Wilkins introduces "Miranda" and Robin Bougie comes with "The Incident".
The award-winning comics magazine curated by BRANDON GRAHAM (KING CITY, PROPHET) and EMMA RêOS (Dr. Strange, PRETTY DEADLY, MIRROR) continues. Featuring new work from some of the world's best, newest, and most innovative cartoonists. This issue spotlights the work of DILRAJ MANN and GRIM WILKINS.
PRETTY DEADLY artist EMMA RIOS and KING CITY, PROPHET & MULTIPLE WARHEADS writer/artist BRANDON GRAHAM bring you a new ONGOING COMICS MAGAZINE. Each issue holds three 20-30 page no ads issue length chapters of new work from around the globe. #1 FEATURES A TEXT PIECE BY KELLY SUE DECONNICK writer of BITCH PLANET and PRETTY DEADLY.
BRANDON GRAHAM's awardwinning anthology returns! This issue introduces the first Image work by the amazing indy cartoonist MICHAEL DeFORGE (Ant Colony, Lose) along with the third chapter of MATT SHEEAN & MALACHI WARDs ANCESTOR.
Six years after the traumatic disappearance of Etta Messenger, it's clear that none of the members of her middle-class family have finished mourning. Gaping emotional wounds have been poorly addressed. Etta's mother, Meg, anxious to find closure and make what she can of the rest of her life, has organized a memorial service to mark the painful anniversary. Newton, Etta's erstwhile high school sweetheart, a disabled Afghanistan veteran with anger issues, uses the impending anniversary as a convenient excuse to spin out of control. Charlie, Etta's earnest blue-collar father, takes stock of his life and is reminded how he failed to protect his daughter. Her younger brother, Townes, who was the last of them to see Etta and is convinced his emotional outburst drove his sister away, has his fragile hermetic cocoon threatened by the heightened emotions of the day.
On the day of the memorial, a snowstorm threatens the city, and a chance observation on a commuter train entangles Townes in a dangerous situation that recall the events surrounding Etta's loss. The characters are shaken from their mournful routines by an unrelenting chain of events, including Newton's arrest, Townes' dangerous heroics, Charlie's recognition of his own shortcomings, and Meg's shocking discovery. The action moves from the seemingly serene suburbs to the heart of a dangerous Chicago neighborhood.
Will this ensemble of damaged characters pull themselves together in time, or will new stresses rip their tattered lives to shreds...
"This book could be the lovechild of Bill Bryson and Martin Amis.... But at its heart is a very serious point. It is about the tsunami of destruction that has hit Middle America since the financial crisis." --Daily Mail
Flip Mellis believes his recent past would be best described as: a man with his feet planted on terra firma. As a husband and father, he was a consistent breadwinner. As a business professional, he was a go-getter. For twenty years, he did all that was expected of him, if not much more.
But a job loss in his middle years, in the midst of a national economic crisis, has knocked Flip squarely on his big, soft ass, where he has been wallowing for nearly a year.
Over the course of one hectic week, replete with a cast of colorful characters, Flip is forced by circumstances of his own invention to finally get his life headed in the right direction. Like a pudgy, irritable toddler, he carefully tests his balance and lurches forward, stumbling around absurd obstacles and grasping for any solid purchase. Ultimately a spark of human resilience locked deep within his core begins to spread. The question becomes: will Flip's best efforts be enough to lead him safely to redemption or will they merely lead to a futile, purely graceless, and quixotic crash?
When life itself seems lunatic, who knows where madness lies? In King City, that's where! Joe is a young man with no home, no purpose, and almost no friends... though he does have a very special cat. With a simple injection, Joe's cat can be anything: a weapon, a tool, or even a cuddly companion. But what - if anything - can transform Joe? Whatever it is, it can probably be found in King City, an outrageous semi-futuristic city full of spy gangs, alien porn, and reasonably priced diners. A word of caution: Avoid the meatloaf.
Created as ever with the generous help of Image Comics and Comicraft. The first issue of the anthology came out in 2011 and was created to showcase the winners of our newly established Thought Bubble Comic Art Competition alongside original work from some incredible industry professionals and our favourite independent creators. The competition, set up to encourage and support new artists, is still running today and we present the winnersÕ work from 2015 and 2016 here. Every single piece of work in this anthology has been donated for free by the wonderful artists, so that all profits from its sale can go to the childrenÕs charity BarnardoÕs. Thank you so much to everyone who has contributed.
All his life, Hank Cho wanted to join the ranks of the Habsec the rulers of the orbital habitat his people call home. But when he finds a powerful, forbidden weapon from the deep past, a single moment of violence sets his life and the brutal society of the habitat into upheaval. Hunted by the cannibalistic Habsec and sheltered by former enemies, Cho finds himself caught within a civil war that threatens to destroy his world. A new barbarian sci-fi adventure by SIMON ROY (PROPHET, JAN'S ATOMIC HEART, Tiger Lung), originally serialized in ISLAND MAGAZINE.
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