Hero Killer – OUT NOW!

covers_new.inddSuperheroes 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 and illustrated by Martinho Duarte Abreu, Hero Killer is available to order on Amazon and download from Comixology and DriveThruComics from the links below now!

 

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Markosia Monday Spotlight On: Tao-Boy and Engine

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 Tao-Boy and Engine.

In a mystical world where technology and magic collide, an unlikely hero named Tao-Boy teams up with an eccentric android on a life-or-death rescue mission.

Their adventure takes them through dangerous realms and into battles with bizarre creatures. But our heroes will never be the same once destiny brings them face-to-face with the sinister ruler of the land–the cannibalistic Eelyaki, who is tracking their every move.

Written by Bret Bernal with art by Al Bigley, click the links below to order or download Tao-Boy and Engine now!

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No Romance – OUT NOW!

covers_new.inddRelationships are never easy. Just ask Matt, Dave, and Jon. Join these three thirty-something friends for a pint in the local pub as they recall their latest relationship triumphs and mishaps. Each one of them attempts to smoothly navigate their way through a relationship and hide the fact, that like most of us, they have no idea what they’re doing.

Our three romantics each begin a relationship and are eager to share the juicy details with their drinking buddies. Matt is tall, good looking and charming. He meets Amy at a bar and goes to great efforts to woo her by coming across as mysterious, and showing that his generosity knows no bounds. Dave is artsy and nonconventional. He gives the world of internet dating a try and meets some ‘interesting’ characters. Eventually, he meets the lovely, but chatty, Melissa. Will Dave’s famous gaffes and legendary fear of commitment ruin their first date? Or will his quirky way of doing things win Melissa over? Jon has had enough of dating and relationships. He is depressed to hear his two best friends are in the dating game yet again. However, while out drinking with the lads his weakness for emotionally distressed goth girls is exposed and before he knows what’s happening Jon is on a date with Helena.

Will their relationships have happy endings or are Jon, Matt, and Dave destined to check into the Heartbreak Hotel? Join us to find out in a comic that Mark Waid (Kingdom Come, Superman: Birthright) calls “True to Life… almost tragically so.”

Written by Tony McDougall and illustrated by Rhoda Villegas, No Romance is available to order on Amazon and download from Comixology and DriveThruComics from the links below now!

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Markosia Monday Spotlight On: The Interactives

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 The Interactives.

The public are obsessed with reality and the creatures from fantasy fiction fear extinction. Dragons, giants, orcs, goblins and trolls one by one they’re all breaking through from The Realm to The Real.

War is coming to Britain and only geek blogger scallywag and his online followers stand in their way. Let your imagination run wild and get ready for some inter action….

Written by Peter Rogers with art by Luciano Vecchio and Yel Zamor, click the links below to download or order The Interactives now!

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Markosia Monday Spotlight On: Aleister Crowley: Wandering the Waste

covers_new.inddHappy Halloween! As a holiday treat, the DriveThruComics digital version of this title has been marked down by 31%! For more spooky savings, visit our Halloween sale page!

Each 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 Aleister Crowley: Wandering the Waste.

The life and times of Britain’s most infamous son. Occultist, genius, poet, prophet, black magician, mountaineer, drug and free-love pioneer, spy, scholar, and all-round bad egg. Hero of weirdos everywhere. Idol of Jimmy Page, The Beatles, Grant Morrison, and Alan Moore. A man who inherited many millions of pounds and died virtually penniless in a musty suit several sizes too large for him. Summoner of demons and loser of friends.

A prophet who wanted to save mankind but ended his days known as “The Wickedest Man in the World.” Aleister Crowley, a man who never missed a chance to do the wrong thing.

Written by Martin Hayes with art by RH Stewart, click the links below to download or order Aleister Crowley: Wandering the Waste now!

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Markosia Monday Spotlight On: Take A Chance

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 Take A Chance.

Driven to save lives after her son’s murder, Frankie Kemp has spent years as a non-powered vigilante whom the police choose to overlook, but when a virus releases super-powered potential in much of the population, “Chance” is left to face her child’s shadow-sliding killer with nothing more than her wits and experience. Her friend and police detective Darius Murkowski suspects Frankie is getting involved with things she shouldn’t, but can’t prove it yet, and Chance encounters “superhero” Tazer—a newly-powered man whose good intentions considerably outstrip his ability in a fight.

In the aftermath of fighting Shadowslide, Chance recognizes some of her own mistakes waiting to happen in Candy, a young woman with a drug problem. Saving the girl from an overdose leads to an encounter with the police that escalates out of control; as long as she keeps secrets from Murkowski, he can’t help her.

Drug dealer China White unearths Chance’s identity. Caught between protecting Candy and saving herself, Chance saves a police officer’s life by killing China White and moves herself into the police’s limelight. Horrified at having crossed the line into killing, Frankie struggles to keep her identity as Chance a secret, but when super-powered drug courier Crisscross comes after Frankie, she has no choice but to don the mask again. She goes to Tazer for help, but her life as Chance is coming unravelled–and her best friend Nila is about to pay the price. Drug kingpin Carrie Nation knows Frankie’s secrets–but so does Detective Murkowski, and it may be his decision that lets Chance continue her work.

Written by C.E Murphy with art by Ardian Syaf, click the links below to download or order Take A Chance now!

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Markosia Monday Spotlight On: Alpha Gods: Emergence

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 Alpha Gods: Emergence.

The Alpha Gods’ first mission sees them taking on an ancient evil, Malak. He is a Nephilim, an ancient race that was spawned when fallen angels mated with human women. He’s seeking a way to bring his “fathers” through to our world, and only the Alpha Gods stand in his way.

“The story…has interesting flavours that are reminiscent of the heyday of post-modern comics and graphic novels such as Watchmen.” – Shadowlocked

Written by Ian Sharman with art by Ezequiel Pineda and presently in development as a live action TV show, click the links below to download or order Alpha Gods: Emergence now!

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Markosia Monday Spotlight On: Unbelievable: The Man Who Ate Daffodils

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 Unbelievable: The Man Who Ate Daffodils.

The close-knit community of Bryn Boncath has its share of local legends and half believed histories.

It has also become the scene of a series of bizarre and mysterious deaths. People are afraid to go into out after dark and sightings of a monstrous beast are on the increase once again.

What Ben Ellis took to be the tall tales of his grandfather may be more than just stories.

Written by and illustrated by Simon Wyatt, click the links below to order or download Unbelievable: The Man Who Ate Daffodils now!

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Parassassin – OUT NOW!

covers_new.inddThree futures hang in the balance.
Two end in total annihilation.
One assassin’s bullet will decide.

On the planet Sedulon, a rogue band of renegade time travellers and scientific misfits fight to save the futures of two worlds.
Doc Hydrabus – a brilliant scientist whose body splits into a crowd of his past and selves, he lives in one present and many futures all at the same time
Cassindra – 900 years old, impossible to kill and every bit as deadly as she is beautiful. She’s travelled back in time to change the world.
Rushaar and Shartara – alien beings made entirely of gas with one simple plan, to use time travel to assassinate the leader of Sedulon and save their planet Eidolonia.
The Parassassin – he will take the shot that decides the destinies of everyone in the galaxy.

Politics and parody collide on the bleeding edge of science fiction, in the most shocking and unexpected thriller you’re going to read this year.

Written by Jasper Bark and illustrated by Alfa Robbi, Parassassin is available to order on Amazon and download from Comixology and DriveThruComics from the links below now!

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Stuff That Happened – OUT NOW!

covers_new.inddThis book is a collection of comic strips created between 2013 and 2014 by artist Vicky Stonebridge, who lives and works in the Scottish Highlands. At the time this series of unrelated anecdotes were originally created as occasional blog posts. They were designed to be drawing exercises, to entertain friends and later they became therapeutic, capturing funny or poignant “Stuff that Happened” as she went about her business as a fire-fighter, art tutor and community worker.

Vicky was travelling between her home in the wild, rural, West coast to Inverness for work and then to the sandy beaches of the East coast to spend time with the new man in her life, Andrew. Her constant companion was her dog Bruno. Both dog and mother of three were coming to terms with an empty nest and dealing with a range of anxieties and PTSD. For Bruno the answer was simple, to never leave Vicky’s side. Vicky had to worry about how to carve out a new life and new identity without other people to look after. But she didn’t have time to really come to terms with these changes, before a much bigger, more dramatic change forced itself into the narrative. She became seriously ill. This story covers the period of time when she became symptomatic with her illness, and was in and out of hospital for tests and emergency treatment.

Would she be able to work again? How would she survive financially? How ill was she? Would she be able to go back to fire fighting? It seems a person’s body can only undergo so much physical work and stress before something has to change, and this period in Vicky’s life was where change was forced upon her. It has taken her three years since this time to be able to finish the original pencilled roughs. When we are living in the moment, it is difficult to see the thread which binds events as they happen – we are too close to it. But with hindsight, this book is an honest and personal tale of a life changing illness, stress, worry and more importantly, the little moments in life that make it worth living no matter what stuff happens.

Written and illustrated by Vicky Stonebridge, Stuff That Happened is available to order on Amazon and download from Comixology using the links below now!

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