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Monument #3 on ComiXology!

Out now from Markosia on ComiXology!

Monument #3

As Nicole and DCI Venn learn that they have a common enemy, it becomes apparent that Nicole has encountered this new gang over 350 years previously. DCI Venn and Nicole understand that the only way to solve the recent murders in East London is to work together.

Written by Richard Perry and illustrated by RH Stewart, click the links below to download Monument #3 on ComiXology now!

Vanquished: Weird Princ{ess} #2 on DriveThruComics!

Out now from Markosia on DriveThruComics!

Vanquished: Weird Princ{ess} #2

Chapter 2 – Valenguard is in deep shit. With their soldiers out at war they’ve had to call for reinforcements from their neighbor, but the Ma’pah soldiers aren’t exactly thrilled to be here. All except their captain, Joshi. His ex-boyfriend is in town and the couple have some catching up to do. Valorie and Samil head to the sluiceway to train, but Queen Marium has them in her sights; she’s going to drag them all back kicking and screaming.

Written by Ben Smith and illustrated by Felicia Mars, click HERE to download Vanquished: Weird Princ{ess} #2 on DriveThruComics now!

Man Of Sin #3 on DriveThruComics!

Out now from Markosia on DriveThruComics!

Man Of Sin #3

As Damien begins to confront those closest to him about their roles in the death of his son, rage consumes him as he starts to completely lose his grip on reality. Meanwhile, while being escorted through the afterlife, the Reverend learns Mr. Lived’s true agenda and how Damien is the key to everything.

Written by Andrew Guilde and illustrated by Camilo Ponce, click HERE to download Man Of Sin #3 on DriveThruComics now!

Markosia Spotlight On: Ash To Black Water

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 Ash To Black Water.

Imagine a country that was closed to the outside world for centuries? This is how life was in Japan 160 years ago. Whilst a claustrophobic population ripples with unrest, can the Tokugawa Shogunate’s tight grip over a nation possibly be unravelled by a small group of individuals? Fact and fiction are combined in this story of how passionate ambition sparked the end of an empire.

Written by Annika Eade with art by Karina MacGill, click the links below to order or download Ash To Black Water now!

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An Ancient Land: Genesis Of An Archaeologist – OUT NOW!

David trained as a Middle Eastern archaeologist before joining a prestigious American excavation as a field surveyor at one of the great sites of the region. At that time he also encountered the magical atmosphere of the Holy City of Jerusalem. But this ancient land was a key part of the ‘Fertile Crescent’, where, with the beginnings of agriculture 10,000 years ago, urbanism began, leading to the birth of Western Civilization. David was determined to discover what it was about the climate, about the environment of the area which had promoted this earth-shattering change in humanity. He put together a multidisciplinary team of scientists and discovered the exciting truth behind the whole process, and at the same time he unexpectedly found his life-long love among the ruins and the Stone Age hunting camps here, getting married in the Old City of Jerusalem, and arranging to be smuggled across the border into Jordan for his honeymoon to show his bride the enchanted city of Petra. This book charts these events with great passion and, as always, with ‘laugh out loud’ humour. The book is a ‘must read’ for anyone interested in this part of the world, ancient or modern.

Written by David Price Williams, An Ancient Land: Genesis Of An Archaeologist is out now in hardback and available to order from the links below, with a paperback edition to follow in May!

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Gone Too Quickly: The Rise and Fall of the Anthropocene – OUT NOW!

The scientists said we had twelve years to limit global warming to 1.5°C – and if we don’t…

“Gone Too Quickly: The Rise and Fall of the Anthropocene”

is an illustrative depiction of our possible future fate. A small group of survivors struggle to stay alive in this graphic novel that interweaves their story with what has brought our world to the edge of catastrophe.

“One wishes that one could say this remarkable account was entirely fiction. Sadly, we’ve already written the first chapters in real life. Let these images call us to our senses Now!” Bill McKibben, author of “Falter: Has the Human Game Begun to Play Itself Out?”

Written and illustrated by Donald Bason, Gone Too Quickly: The Rise and Fall of the Anthropocene is out now and available to order from the links below!

Vanquished: Weird Princ{ess} #1 on DriveThruComics!

Out now from Markosia on DriveThruComics!

Vanquished: Weird Princ{ess} #1

Chapter 1 – The prince of Valenguard is a little weird. Everybody thinks so, but what they don’t know is that she is actually transgender! It’s the day of the big war meeting, and Princess Valorie’s on the run! Fleeing the castle with her bodyguard in hot pursuit. Meanwhile, a mysterious assassin has come to town. Her target? The weird princess.

Written by Ben Smith and illustrated by Felicia Mars, click HERE to download Vanquished: Weird Princ{ess} #1 on DriveThruComics now!

Man Of Sin #2 on DriveThruComics!

Out now from Markosia on DriveThruComics!

Man Of Sin #2

Recovering in the hospital, Damien is greeted by the hospital chaplain, Reverend Keyshawn Benjamin. While praying for Damien, they are both attacked by forces they do not yet understand. Fearing that whoever is after him might be after his estranged wife, Damien rushes to get to her before those who are after him arrive.

Written by Andrew Guilde and illustrated by Camilo Ponce, click HERE to download Man Of Sin #2 on DriveThruComics now!

Markosia Spotlight On: The Shadow of a Terrible Thing

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 The Shadow of a Terrible Thing.

The Second World War had ended. Humanity was at its lowest, recovering from the death and destruction of millions of people and their homelands.

We were weak and vulnerable.

It was at this time that the Aliens decided to invade. They were advanced and all-conquering Aliens, in search of raw materials, resources for their own planet. Earth was that planet and it needed to be harvested and then destroyed before it became a powerful enemy. And it was now ripe for invasion.

Only the Humanity Department of Resources stood in their menacing way, and in the way of the total annihilation of our beloved planet Earth.

Written by Massimo Rosi with art by Eduardo Mello, click the links below to order or download The Shadow of a Terrible Thing now!

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Hollow Girl – Vol 6: Little Sister – OUT NOW!

“I have to admit, that’s when I got a little obsessed.”

There’s a girl in a mask killing bad guys, but it’s not Katherine Harlow. She’s disappeared and a less experienced but enthusiastic wannabe has sidled in to take her place. You can bet that when Kat returns to reclaim Hollow Girl’s mask, there’s going to be a reckoning, and not just with her ‘Little Sister’. Because Detective Collins has crossed a line, leading to an inevitable and bloody final showdown.

By Luke Cooper, the creator of A Glimpse of Hell and Figments, and artist behind Wolf Country and the True Believers Comic Award winning GoodCopBadCop.

“Safe to say this is a mature title but with Luke’s pacing, his scene development by mixing up those panel layouts and his ability to hammer home some impressive action sequences … the whole book has a flow to it and with that you get swept along in every scene that unfolds. A harsh, brutal but rewarding read that makes you want to see more of Luke’s work.” – COMICHAUS

Hollow Girl – Vol 6: Little Sister is out now and available to order from the links below!

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