Battlecats Volume 3, Issue 1 is the first comic book in the last volume of Battlecats series. It’s written by Mark London with art by Michael Camelo, coloring by Tekino and Ricardo Castillo, and lettering/book design Miguel A Zapata. While editing duties are handled by Chris Fernandez and Giovanna T Orozco.
Production Company Echo Lake Entertainment has signed independent comic book and graphic novel publisher Mad
Becstar #1 is a science fiction/fantasy comic about your not so average run of the mill outlaws/smugglers. It’s written by Joe Corallo with art by Lorenzo Colangeli, coloring by Sweeney Boo and lettering by Joamette Gil.
Recently I spoke with David Hazan, creator of Nottingham, on my Podcast – My Kind of Weird. We spoke about a whole range of Pop Culture picks including the world of Nottingham, the Nottingham story and the ideologies of his Nottingham characters.
Honor and Curse #8 is written by Mark London, art and cover art by Nicolas Salamanca, colors by Tekino, lettered by Miguel Angel Zapata, and edited by Chris Fernandez.
Stargazer Volume 1 is written by Anthony Cleveland, pencils and inks by Antonio Fuso, cover art by Stefano Simone, and lettered by Justin Birch.
Dry Foot Volume 1 is a comic book trade paperback collecting Dry Foot issue #1 – #4. It’s about a heist set in 1980s Miami that goes south when secrets between 4 friends are kept hidden. It’s written by Jarred Lujan, art by Orlando Caicedo, colouring by Warnia K Sahadewa, and lettering by Justin Birch.
Nottingham is a new Robin Hood story through the lense of ‘what if Robins Merry Men were terrorists?’ It is written by David Hazan, art by Shane Connery Volk, colouring by Luca Romano and lettering by Joamette Gil.
They Fell from the Sky is a sci-fi series that has a nostalgic E.T./ Lilo and Stitch feel to it. It’s published by Mad Cave Studios.