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Jesus Hates Zombies: A Jurrasic Kinda Life #1
Writer: Stephen Lindsay
Art: Rob Croonenborghs
Genre: Horror, Comedy
Format: Black & white, 64 pages
Publisher: 215 Ink
After the events of “Jesus Hates Zombies: Yea, Though I Walk…”, Jesus and President Lincoln find themselves smack dab in the middle of another zombie outbreak, only this time is taking place in prehistoric times! Zombie dinosaurs, cavemen, and other blatant anachronisms run wild as our heroes try to stop this new zombie plague and find a way to return Abe to his own time.
Binary Gray #2
Writer: Chris Charlton
Artist: Rowel Roque
Colors: Anthonie Wilson
Letters: Brant W. Fowler
Genre: Superhero, Action, Drama
Format:Full color, 24 pages
Publisher: Assailant Comics
Since the death of his father at an early age, Alex Gray’s life has been a series of disappointments. After an accident at his job as an IT Technician leaves him with the ability to communicate with electronic devices, Alex becomes the ultimate hacker. Tracking his father’s killer, Alex finds himself heading down a trail of conspiracies and cover-ups in this super-hero action drama, leaving the question: Who is the hunter and who is the hunted?
Elements of both Classic and Modern era comics collide in this super hero action-drama with a biting sense of humor.
Story: Wilson Hill
Art: Gordon Purcell & Terry Pallott
Colors: Mike Estlick
Letters: Albert Deschesne
Genre: Superhero, Action
Format: Full color, 24 pages
Price: $0.99 USD
Publisher: Heroic Publishing
Comics’ glittering goddess of the light returns in an all-new series of adventures.
Santa’s little elfin granddaughter Chrissie Claus goes “Into the Realm of the Horned God” in this holiday special featuring “Chrissie Claus Paper Dolls” and the classic Flare tale, “The Divine Intervention.”
The Crumpleton Experiments #4
Story/Art: Daniel Reed
Format: Black & white, 26 pages
Price: $0.99 USD
Publisher: Nautilus Illustrations
The story follows Professor Crumpleton and the amazing Wendy Brown through the streets of Cresswick and the surreal vistas of the subconscious mind.