Written by: Dino Caruso

Art by: Allen Byers


Pages: 27

Print: Color

Digital


Crime Drama

Written by: Kyle Garrett

Art by: Wayne Reid, Dirk Johnston


Single issue

Print: Black and White

Digital


Western

GRINGO

 

Grit and gunfights in the Old West. A man wakes up without his memory and in the desert. Taken in by a rancher, the stranger becomes a ranch hand as he struggles to find out who he once was. Surprising, he finds himself quick on the draw and an expert shot. As the rancher is besieged by a corrupt land owner, the stranger known only as Gringo, finds his memory slowly returning. And it isn't pleasant. Someone will have to pay for what has happened to Gringo.

THE REALM - 32 issue series

 

Four teenagers are plunged into a world they thought only existed in novels and film. They are whisked away to a magical land where dragons roam the skies, orcs and hobgoblins terrorize the travelers, and where unicorns prance through the forest.

 

It is a world where man is just one race, joining other races such as elves, trolls, dwarves, changelings, and the dreaded creatures who steal the night.

 

This is not a typical "dungeons and dragons" world, for this world follows the adventures of these teens into the unknown as we watch the world unfold in front of their eyes. Our heroes are just normal teenagers thrust into a world that is foreign to them. We learn as they learn. What hope do the teens have in this strange world? How can they hope to survive against wizards, dwarves, haflings, dragons, and trolls if they had a hard time in high school?

Written by: Ralph Griffith, Stuart Kerr

Art by: Guy Davis, Jim Miller, Tim Dzon, Sandy Schrieber, Dirk Johnston, John Dennis


32 issue series

Print: Black and White

Digital


Fantasy

LEGENDLORE - 18 issue series

 

It is a land of majestic fantasy peopled by various races; Elves, Gnomes, Goblins, Dragons, Humans and more. A land where magic reigns; where heroes prove their worth, where bravery is constantly tested. Stories unfold in a many forms; from the untamed Black Forest, dragon cults inhale spice to whet their magical appetites; in Qaiwan, clans of centaur folk quarrel over who is to be the Keeper of the Great Tree; in the Orus Mountains, mysterious Fahadin plot to destroy the Realm; in the lands of O'koth, upwardly scholars study ancient lore in the immense Arkadian Library; from the capitol city of Thraldor, the kingdom of Drohm prepares to go to war against the sovereignty of Carahill.

 

This is Legendlore. Where did these people, these lineages, these countries and cultures originate? What is their story? Legendlore details the exploits of an elfin warrioress named Silverfawn. A recent tragedy forces her to embark on a journey both outward and inward as she searches to relieve herself of a deep and gloom filled melancholy. But of course, any journey in the realm of A’zoth means adventure and an insidious plot that threatens the Elven city of Hyljardin is soon uncovered.

Written by: Joe Martin

Art by: Philip Xavier


17 issue series

Print: Black and White

Digital


Fantasy

BRUNT – Single standalone issue

 

All Brunt had to do was return the diamonds, and he'd get his life back. Sounds simple enough...but love, loyalty and revenge complicated the situation. Now, Brunt's only way out is through the heart of the storm.

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NO MAN’S LAND

 

No-Man’s Land.  It was the designation of the land between the trenches during WWI, the site of numerous battles, the cemetery of millions of men of different nationalities.

          

It was a land bounded by the trenches.  Four hundred and fifty miles of a network of tunnels and maze-like entrenchments that ran from the border of Switzerland to the Baltic Sea.

          

At night, small projected flares were shot up that slowly parachuted down...casting an eerie green or yellow light glow on the shifting silhouettes that slowly marched. It was a sign of relief for those in the trenches, awaiting the shadowy figures approaching for they knew they had the safety of the trenches against those who dared to breach the desolate and death filled wastelands known as No-Man’s Land.

Written by: Kyle Garrett

Art by: Charles Yates


Pages: 52

Print: Black and White

Digital


Historical

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Written by: Steve Seagle

Art by: Ken Holewczynski


Pages: 32

Print: Black and White

Digital


Historical

Written by: Kurt Kennedy

Art by: Daniel Bauer


Pages: 30

Print: Black and White

Digital


Historical Fiction

Written by: Wayne Vansant

Art by: Wayne Vansant


Pages: 36

Print: Color

Digital


Historical Fiction

IN THIN AIR: THE MYSTERY OF AMELIA EARHART - single issue

 

In 1937, world famous aviator, Amelia Earhart and navigator Fred Noonan left for her groundbreaking journey around the world.

 

It was a journey that Amelia, Fred, and the plane would never complete. Her fate remains a mystery to this day.

 

Here, presented by writer Steve Seagle and artist Ken Holewczynski are all the facts leading up to that fateful trip.

 

Two different scenarios offering an explanation as to their disappearance are also presented.

STONEWALL IN THE SHENANDOAH

 

During the American Civil War, The Shenandoah Valley Campaign of Confederate Maj. Gen. Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson is considered one of the great military campaigns in American history. Jackson’s success turned him into a legendary figure on both sides of the conflict and now noted historical author and comic artist, Wayne Vansant (Days of Darkness, Knights of the Skull, Days of Wrath) gives his comprehensive look at Stonewall Jackson and the great campaign that saved the South for a few more years during this bloody time in United States history.

LAYING DOWN LINCOLN - single issue

 

Laying Down Lincoln is the story of Harry Cattell as he struggles with the task of embalming Abraham Lincoln and the many trials he faced during the Civil War. The series begins in 1861 when a less cynical Cattell quits medical school to volunteer for the Union Army to perform his patriotic duty, his trials of life as a soldier, and witnessing some of the reasons why Americans felt compelled to serve in the Civil War. As the series continues events prompt Cattell to join his Southern stepfather’s undertaking firm, and as the war unfolds, Cattell embalms young Willie Lincoln, operates out of the Confederate capital at Richmond, develops a rivalry with Dr. Thomas Holmes--the father of modern embalming--and he is dealt a devastating blow at the battle of Gettysburg. Then in the spring of 1865, he travels on the Lincoln Funeral Train and witnesses city after city strive to outdo the previous in its display of grief for the slain President. As Cattell journeys through the Civil War and ultimately toward Springfield, Illinois with the body of Abraham Lincoln, will opposing sympathies tear apart not only the country but also his family? Will he lose himself in a cutthroat profession that profits from the slaughter? Is it possible to honorably lay Lincoln to rest amidst the fractured national milieu? It is all to discover in the Laying Lincoln Down series..

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