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We’re back from Gen Con Indy with lots of new digital comics for you to scoop up this week!
- New Female Force, Comics and Horror titles from Bluewater Productions.
- Scam and The Red Ten make an appearance from ComixTribe.
- Two new issues of Man to Leaves from Black Watch Comics.
- Of Bitter Souls and more from Markosia Enterprises have arrived.
- A handful of series have kicked off from Action Lab Entertainment.
Are you a fan of Cthulhu or know what Ia! Ia! means? Over at DriveThruFiction.com, we’ve got an exciting sale going on to celebrate H.P. Lovecraft’s Birthday! Save 30% on Cthulhu Mythos eBooks all week long!
All the experience, all the training, never prepared the Tenth Muse for Tragedy.
Her life is falling apart and she can’t stop the steep spiral into despair … abandoned by her closest friends, facing a prison sentence and the return from the “dead” of her arch nemesis Grayson Bishop, and it is only Monday. Is this a tragedy of her own making or are there great dark forces at work?
Twenty years ago they murdered her – and now she’s back to even the score, as Helen, a falling Angel returns to the town she died in to extract revenge on the four men who killed her – while discovering an Angelic conspiracy that dates back to Jesus Christ.
Will God allow her to gain vengeance? Or is the Angel Michael right about her true purpose?
Hope Falls: The Ultimate Edition collects the Eagle Award-nominated five-part series by New York Times Best Selling List author Tony Lee and his MTV Comics collaborator Dan Boultwood, in a brand new format.
Collects #1 – #5 and includes bonus content.
Nominated for a 2012 Airship Award, a2013 Steampunk Chronicles Reader’s Choice Award and an Honorable Mention at the 2013 Geekie Awards, this second chapter of Boston Metaphysical Society follows the adventures of an ex-Pinkerton detective, his spirit photographer partner and a scientist as they battle supernatural forces in late 1800’s Boston.
This special digital edition contains the full second chapter along with early concept art, notes, script pages and the complete short story THE CLOCKWORK MAN which was previously published in eSteampunk magazine.
Volume 7 of the graphic novel series Vincent Price Presents features classic gothic horror!
One of classic Hollywood’s most famous scary men, Vincent Price made a name for himself in classic mysteries and thrillers throughout the 1940s, 50s and 60s.
Now Vincent Price Presents comes to Bluewater Productions as their 1st ongoing monthly series.
The series will feature some of Price’s films as well as developing new frightening ones with his estate. Welcome back to the macabre world of Vincent Price. This special edition has never before seen images and character designs from the series.
Collects Vincent Price Presents #33, #7, #29, #34
Pick of the Week
WitchGirls Inc: The Origins
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Look, Up on the Screen!
Superheroes have invaded film more in the past decade and a half than they have in their entire history. From major blockbusters like Man of Steel and The Dark Knight Trilogy, to DC Entertainment’s line of fantastic direct-to-video animated films, to other super-flicks like The Incredibles, superheroes are enjoying a major resurgence in popular culture and fans have now entered a golden era of superhero cinema.
Lifelong superhero fan and author A.P. Fuchs has made it his mission to see every superhero movie that’s been brought to screen. Collected here are his first one hundred reviews, covering the major blockbusters of today to the lesser-known super flicks of yesterday along with everything in between.
Reviewing such classics as the original Christopher Reeve Superman films to the jaw-dropping Marvel Phase One series that include Iron Man 1 and 2, The Incredible Hulk, Thor, Captain America and The Avengers, to the movies that arguably started the current age of superhero cinema: The X-Men franchise, he’s got this amazing genre covered. Also included are a multitude of animated features, superhero movies that didn’t quite hit at the box office, pulp heroes and more.
Look, Up on the Screen! is a collection of reviews for the serious superhero filmgoer from a diehard fan who’s seen nearly all of what the superhero motion picture field has to offer. Whether your theatre is at the cineplex or in your own home, this is one collection that’s a must-add to your bookshelf of behind-the-scenes goodies, movie guides, superhero film novelizations and graphic novels.
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|Boston Metaphysical Society – Chapter Two Special Digital Edition
by Madeleine Holly-Rosing
The year is 1895…An evil from a parallel dimension escaped and now roams the city of Boston. Our world has developed along the lines of Steampunk technology, but with a modern twist. Here exists steam driven rudimentary computers and electronics….
|Of Bitter Souls #6
by AAM Markosia
A mysterious New Orleans Pastor named Secord adorns four individuals with powers that are directly related to their character flaws. It begs the question, what do we do with the gifts we are given? Under the guidance of Pastor Secord, the four flawed her…
|The Last Enchanter 2
the story begins, the last enchanter an action packed fantasy adventure with stunning full color artwork with dark elves dragons The last Enchanter is an Action packed Fantasy adventure Wiped out by Kor-gat the Dragon master, the Enchanters leave b…