ComiXology Round-Up!

Here’s a look at our latest releases on ComiXology!

Frankenstein Zombie #3The Frankenstein Zombie #3

The Frankenstein Zombie issue #3: The Monster enters a Satan’s bargain with the people of Gernsheim. Thinking it will be a life-changing opportunity. But all changes are not for the better as both the Monster and the towns people learn “The Devil is in the Details.”

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Yuga #1Yuga #1

In the wake of the Great War, a truce was born between the Asuras and the Devas. They left their creation, humanity, behind on earth, protected by the Guardians, as they sought new homes. For hundreds of years, they maintained this peace. But it did not last. A young Asura, curious of earth’s legend traveled to the planet, disguised as a tiger. He came upon King Toman’s kingdom and was killed for posing a threat to its people. The Guardians were nowhere to be found. The Asura’s father, Prince Varrik, took revenge. He slaughtered the King and Queen and kidnapped their newborn son.

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Danny and Harry #2Danny and Harry Private Detectives #2

The Case of the Missing Trunk Part 2 of 6

Wilber, we hardly knew ye! (And we never even figured out what you were. A mutated bat maybe?) And now you’re lying in a pool of blood! (Or is it laying? Where’s our copy of The Chicago Manual of Style?) In any case, Wilber has seen better days—and if you want to read better comics, you know what to do! ADD TO CART. The buttons right there. Not there, over there! That’s it! Danny’s back and so is Harry, but that’s only to be expected in a comic named after them. Cain’s back (hence, the title of Part 2, “The Mark of Cain.”) Pearl gets on Cain’s bad side, and the results ain’t pretty, but it makes for gripping drama, don’t you know? We meet yet another creature whose species we can’t quite identify—Cain’s pet, Bruiser. Ugly little bugger! Alfred’s back, too; big as life and twice as dumb. Watch out, Alfred! You’ve got Benny the Snitch on your tail! How did we get all that into 22 pages? We didn’t—this one’s blown out to a whopping 24 pages of double-crosses, double chins, and double-barrelled thrills and chills!

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Markosia Monday Spotlight On: Urban Legends

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This week it’s the turn of Urban Legends.

We have always enjoyed being scared.  Tall tales of horror that pass down through the ages.  We take comfort in the knowledge they are only stories.  Except the urban legend has a history.

No one knows where they come from or why they persist.  Maybe it’s because they are true? 13 Urban Legends old & new will be told in “Urban Legends”.  They’re only stories…aren’t they?

Written by Steve Stone with art by a whole host of talented artists, click the links below to order or download Urban Legends now!

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Markosia Monday Spotlight On: Long Gone

covers_new.inddEach week we’ll be turning the spotlight on one of the many quality graphic novels from our extensive back catalogue.

This week it’s the turn of Long Gone.

“The Meek Shall Not Inherit the Earth.”

When the world’s superhumans band together to wipe out all of humanity, only old Abraham Connelly survives. Armed with experimental weaponry and a heart full of rage, Abe goes on a suicide mission to take down as many of the superhuman monsters as he can before they get him.

Written by Mark Bertolini with art by Ted Pogorzelski, click the links below to order or download Long Gone now!

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Markosia Monday Spotlight On: Dark Mists

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This week it’s the turn of Dark Mists.

Kyoto, Japan. 1936. While a shroud of impending unrest hangs over Europe, in Japan the number of Yakuza members is close to outnumbering the Japanese army. In a government experiment, a group of geisha ladies are recruited to inform on the conversations they observe between the murderers and politicians

However, as untrained spies the geisha’s actions result in one of their member’s brutal and bloody murder.

Written by Annika Eade with art by Lee Garbett and Yishan Li, click the links below to order or download Dark Mists now!

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Hero Killer #7 out now on ComiXology!

Hero Killer #7Out now from Markosia on ComiXology:

Hero Killer #7

Captain Power turns to one of his most deadly enemies and makes a deal that will affect the entire world. Meanwhile Armoured Protector’s behaviour becomes more erratic as the pressure builds on Earth’s Heroes.

Written by Written by Tony McDougall, with art by Martinho Abreu, Hero Killer #7 is available on ComiXology from the links below now!

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Markosia Monday Spotlight On: Hero Killer

covers_new.inddEach week we’ll be turning the spotlight on one of the many quality graphic novels from our extensive back catalogue.

This week it’s the turn of Hero Killer.

Superheroes never lose. They always thwart the threat before them and justice prevails. Not this time! The superheroes are being hunted! A serial killer is killing them one at a time.

The bug is the first to fall. His arms and legs have been ripped from his body, much in the way a child would dismember a spider.

Detective Marquez is on the scene, using her unparalleled profiling skills.

However, Captain Power and Earth’s mightiest heroes arrive and she is shut out of the case. Marquez will not relent. She knows the heroes are out of their depth. Sure, they have saved the Earth from alien invaders and supervillain threats, but they have never faced anything like this.
Will Marquez follow orders and drop the case? Will the killer’s identity and motivation be revealed? And most pressingly, how many superheroes will die along the way?

Join us in this first volume of Hero Killer to find out.

Written by Tony McDougall with art by Martinho Duarte Abreu, click the links below to order or download Hero Killer now!

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Markosia Monday Spotlight On: Apocaliptica

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This week it’s the turn of Apocaliptica.

Jean Stern lives her life surrounded by an illusion, like the rest of humanity she lives behind the veil of reality which obscures the true nature of things.

Today human kind hopelessly confronts itself, unknowingly determining the outcome of a conflict reason can do nothing but dismiss as absurd. However, this struggle and its conclusion were foretold long ago.

With her life in ruins and the world crumbling around her, Jean tries to find the only thing in her life that was ever truly real. But some truths are used to obscure even bigger lies.

Written and illustrated by Jose Antonio Bravo Jimenez, click the links below to order or download Apocaliptica now!

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Markosia Monday Spotlight On: Toxic Storm

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This week it’s the turn of Toxic Storm.

An unjustly condemned man cheats death in the gas chamber by using occult power to transform into toxic gas.

A psychologically troubled FBI agent is ordered to apprehend him but turns rogue and threatens to destroy his last tie to humanity in a sadistic game of cat and mouse.

Written by Adam Cheal with art by Alberto Rodriguez, click the links below to order or download Toxic Storm now!

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ComiXology Round-Up!

Here’s a look at our latest releases on ComiXology!

Convert JPG to PDF online - convert-jpg-to-pdf.netGeek-Girl Vol. 2 #3

Nina Dante gets an experimental new power for her rematch with Geek-Girl – and Summer is in BIG trouble!

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Rainmaker #1Rainmaker #1

Rainmaker follows the exploits of Captain Jon Rainmaker, a native Cree black ops specialist working for the Canadian Armed Forces. Rainmaker’s particular specialty is in eliminating menaces that would be dubbed paranormal. In this first story, Rainmaker is summoned to Afghanistan to deal with a weird menace that has been plaguing US FOB Echelon and the surrounding communities. What he finds there turns out to be assuredly supernatural but also, it turns out, deeply personal.

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Host God #1Host God #1

To the average onlooker Rick is a regular guy. He has a wife, kids, and a job. But Rick harbours a secret: he’s been here since the beginning of time. When terrorists steal a shipment of plutonium, global tensions escalate, and Rick is faced with a serious choice. The outcome of which could spell the end of mankind.

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Betty Mitchell #2Betty ‘The Slayer’ Mitchell #2

In issue #2 of Betty ‘The Slayer’ Mitchell, we catch up with Betty and new companion Ronald as they continue to eliminate monsters and beasts that are the scourge of our world. In the good old U.S of A Betty and Ron’s relationship continues to grow as they battle with the nightmare that is The Mothman!

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Markosia Monday Spotlight On: White Crane: The Legacy of Fang Chi

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Inspired by a true story, in 18-century China a young girl lusts for revenge. Imploring the spirit of the White Crane to guide her boxing, Fang Chi’s quest to destroy the dark sorcerers of the Serpent Cult takes her into a world far stranger and more dangerous than she could possibly have imagined.

This begins a journey of violence, mysticism and transformation that leads her to become one of the greatest martial artists of her, or any, generation – leaving a legacy that could save the world… or destroy it.

Written by Zanna Vaughan-Davies with art by Santiago Espina, click the links below to order or download White Crane: The Legacy of Fang Chi now!

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