Through the first three issues of the eight issue digital series Forgotten Home through Vices Press on Comixology, we see Sheriff’s Deputy Lorraine Adalet investigating several strange child abductions happening in an area that never has such crimes happening. Soon enough, Lorraine’s past comes back to haunt her and we find out these children were taken using magic from her homeland, a place she despises and did everything should cool to keep herself and her daughter away from.
I just jumped into the Bettie Page: Unbound series via Dynamite on this issue but with the great writing of David Avallone, I can sense what’s going on. With issue #6, it does start a whole new arc of the story.
Based on a true story, The Butcher of Paris isn’t your normal story of Jews trying to escape the Nazi regime set in 1944 France, there’s a wild twist. A serial killer lurks as he uses the of those trying to escape as potential victims, but at the same time, the Nazis are trying to expose those helping people escape
The guest for this episode is Christina “Steenz” Stewart, St. Louis-based Eisner/Dwayne McDuffie Award winning cartoonist, comics editor and educator, and co-creator of the graphic novel Archival Quality.
Through the first two issues of Relics of Youth on Vault Comics, this group of teenagers brought together by Nat Rodrigues with these mysterious tattoos and visions in common look to find the truth and ultimately start finding themselves.
Stephanie Phillips who a comic book writer living in Buffalo, NY that has worked with Top Cow/Image Comics, Dark Horse Comics, AfterShock Comics, Black Mask Studios, Ominous Press, and more. Recent titles include Kicking Ice (Ominous Press), Descendent (AfterShock Comics) and Devil Within (Black Mask Studios), and is currently writing Butcher of Paris (Dark Horse Comics).
Troy-Jeffrey Allen, who is a comic book writer and a member of the Consumer Marketing department for Diamond Comics Distributors. You might have seen him in the PREVIEWSworld Weekly videos on YouTube, along with being a contributing writer for a variety of online publications, a co-creator over at Rexco Comics, and he is also in charge of marketing for Urban Action Showcase.
Joe Corallo, comic book writer and editor. Corallo co-created and wrote the comic book She Said Destroy along with comic artist Liana Kangas, which ended it’s five-issue run via Vault Comics last week. Corallo also organized/co-edited the Eisner nominated/Ringo winning Mine!, editing the GLAAD nominated Oh S#!t It’s Kim & Kim, and co-edited Dead Beats via A Wave Blue World.
Bodie is a troll trying to be scary but he’s too damn adorable! The stories are funny and interesting, and ultimately about having self-love and appreciation for those who genuinely care about you. Jay’s artwork is so amazing and visually unique that is brings out the joys, the sadness, and even the grumpiness of Bodie and his wild collection of friends and enemies. In the end, as much as he doesn’t act like it, Bodie is a great protector of his friends and possesses strengths he didn’t even know he had. Bodie Troll is a great comic for all ages! I wish this was an animated series also because it would be even more hilarious!
Recently, I picked up both Wild Bullets and Wild Bullets: Christmas written by Greg Wright at the Michigan Comic Convention at Cobo Hall in Detroit. Both these books are extremely funny with this dysfunctional Bullet family.