Current Projects

Shadowlaw by Brandon Easton

“A Universe of Faith Built on Lies!” Shadowlaw is Underworld meets Transformers, a sci-fi action-horror mash-up that presents a near-future world on the brink of violent political revolution.

Supreme Posse by JM Ringuet

“Can Bad People Do Good Things?” It’s The Shield meets The Usual Suspects – like a great TV cop show with an epic action-oriented plot. Six of the baddest people take on an underworld empire.

RGNRK by JM Ringuet

It’s Ragnarok as a grindhouse biker thriller! Part Mythology, part Grindhouse 70s biker tale, part classic Western, and part Hard Rock lyrics. Trying to smash Grant Morrison with Rage Against the Machine.

Ana Chronistic by Matthew Mclean and Dexter Wee

Time is on Her Side. Humanity’s first multi-dimensional war is over. Now everyone must live with the consequences. The aftermath has caused the entirety of space and time to remain unstable, and Ana Kreynis, aka Ana Chronistic, is our front line.

Under the Apple Tree by Sarah Winifred Searle

In a medley of genres reminiscent of Gothic fictionmystery, romance, and horror – a young woman must deal with a fate forced upon her by unfortunate events begun a century past, while handling the trials of being an idealistic young woman growing up in a remote place during the height of World War II.

Feather by Steve Uy

“While other series have tried and failed along the way to capture the mood and dynamics involved with making a pure fantasy graphic effort, Steve Uy hits it out of the ball park on his first try.” –Anthony Lucynski, Comixfan.com

Savage Planet by Dan Parsons

“Savage Planet is, without doubt, one of the best pulp comics out there today. It’s not an update, a reinvention, a deconstruction, or a genre blend. It’s exactly what it pays homage to: an old-school opera with a thousand weird sci-fi conventions flung at warp speed in all directions.” –BrokenFrontier.com

Stardrop by Mark Oakley

Stardrop is a light-hearted science fiction graphic novel series about a space princess hiding in a small town. Think Anne of Green Gables from Outer Space.

Shuck by Rick Smith and Tania Menesse

“I don’t think any explanation could do it justice, but how about: What if Seth and Alan Moore decided to do a ghost story with a George Herriman feel to it?” –Dave Sim (Cerebus)

Hopeless, Maine by Tom and Nimue Brown

Hopeless, Maine is something to behold. Each week I can’t wait to be immersed in Salamandra’s story, feeling disappointed when I’ve reached the end of the latest page. Nimue and Tom Brown have created something special here…it’s about time for the world to discover Hopeless, Maine. ” –Thomas E. Sniegoski (The Fallen)