GlobalComix Spotlight: Mad Cave Studios

Today, the GlobalComix Spotlight is on Mad Cave Studios. And the first 10 readers who use the code below (at the end of the article) will get unlimited reading for all sci-fi comics on GlobalComix for a whole week! Code is valid until July 25 at 11:59PM EDT.

Mad Cave Studios on GlobalComix: https://globalcomix.com/a/mad-cave-studios

1. Midnight: Task Force, 36 pages – Published by Mad Cave Studios

In the year 2055, Detroit is a nightmarish city plagued by violence and fueled by corruption. Aiden McCormick tries to solve a series of brutal murders that must remain hidden from the citizens of Detroit. But Aiden has secrets of his own. He suffers from schizophrenia and if anyone were to find out; he would be forced to give up more than just his badge and gun.

Story and Art by Alejandro Giraldo and Mark London

2. Stargazer, 31 pages – Published by Mad Cave Studios

Years ago Shae, her brother Kenny, and two childhood friends experienced a traumatic, unexplainable event that left Kenny scarred for life. Kenny commits himself to the belief that what they experienced was an alien abduction. Twenty years later and the friends have since drifted apart, but the sudden, mysterious disappearance of Kenny leads the group to reunite and discover the truth.

Story and Art by Anthony Cleveland, Antonio Fuso, Justin Birch, Stefano Simeone

3. They Fell from the Sky, 32 pages – Published by Mad Cave Studios

Tommy Murphy is just an ordinary kid. He goes to school, hangs out with his friends, and fanboys over his favorite TV show. But when a chance encounter in the woods thrusts him into an unlikely friendship with an otherworldly creature, he is forced to navigate bullies, family squabbles, and tween woes… all while trying to prevent an interplanetary war!

Story and Art by Joamette Gil, Liezl Buenaventura, Xavier Tárrega

Promo code: SFCJULY19
Promo code link: https://globalcomix.com/claim/SFCJULY19

Infinite Dark Chapter 2&3 – Comic Review

Infinite Dark – Top Cow
The universe ended, but humanity survived. And for years, the passengers and crew of the vessel Orpheus found the endless void between realities to be a surprisingly peaceful home. Then they found a body; bloodied, brutalized, and surrounded by inscrutable runes. As Security Director Deva Karrell investigates the Orpheus’ first murder, she’ll come face to face with a horror from beyond.

About Top Cow:
Top Cow Productions is an American comics publisher, a partner studio of Image Comics founded by Marc Silvestri in 1992.”

Review:
In chapter 1, Security Director Deva Karrell discovered a body and leaves off in a cliffhanger. Chapter 2-3 of Infinite Dark Deva’s trauma grows to the point she begins seeing aberrations. But there is definitely something sinister at work. This engaging story grows more intense and suspenseful as the danger grows. The creepy vision of the entity is just enough to put readers on edge. There is more psychological suspense at this point, as we slowly learn a bit more what’s happening. This exciting series is only getting better. If you have a chance, be sure to check out this impressive comic from Top Cow.

GlobalComix Spotlight: Bliss on Tap!

Today, the GlobalComix Spotlight is on Bliss on Tap. And the first 10 readers who use the code below (at the end of the article) will get unlimited reading for all sci-fi comics on GlobalComix for a whole week! Code is valid until June 11th at 11:59PM EDT.

1. Watch The Skies, 80 pages – Published by Bliss on Tap

What starts as a simple science experiment leads to an unexpected discovery placing the lives of two brothers and possibly the world in danger.

Story and Art by Alex Murillo, Jeremy Fine, Sydney Bright

2. Hardcore Akan, 36 pages – Published by Bliss on Tap

Bloody love Hardcore Henry? Just wait until you read the comic Hardcore Akan — an origin story created by the film’s director, Ilya Naishuller, Brian Phillipson and Will Stewart!

Before wreaking havoc in the film Hardcore Henry, our ruthless villain, Akan, wasn’t always bad… Hardcore Akan uncovers what made him so potently evil; from his birth during the infamous Chernobyl disaster, to the…

Story and Art by Alex Cormack, Brian Phillipson, Ilya Naishuller, Will Stewart

3. Andie and the Alien, 112 pages – Published by Bliss on Tap

Over 500 years ago, an alien spaceship crashed in the undiscovered Americas. The little alien was rescued by the local natives. In return for saving him, the alien promised to protect the natives from foreign invaders by placing a force-field over the Americas — preventing exploration and colonization of their land — and altering the course of history as we know it forever. 500 years later, in…

Story and Art by Brian Phillipson and Philip Phillipson

Promo code for First 10 Readers: SFCJULY5
Promo link: https://globalcomix.com/claim/SFCJULY5

Achilles, Inc. Volume 1 – Comic Review

Achilles, Inc., 100 pages – Published by Source Point Press, (cc/ @TravisM)

Ten years ago, a sliver of the world’s population was granted super powers in an instant. Since then, these “Boosters” have turned the planets socio-economic systems on their ear. Instead of dressing up in colorful costumes and beating each other up, they formed a union-called Power Corps-and replaced the blue collar workforces across the globe. The world is in despair. Jobs are scarce and we…

Story and Art by Andy Schmidt and Daniel Maine

Review:
Ransom Yeong is a “Dud” – a powerless individual who lost his job to the super powered “Boosters.” Now, he runs a company called Achilles, Inc., helping the powerless by looking for the weaknesses in the Boosters. Their motto is “Everyone has an Achilles Heel… it’s our job to find it.”

This is an action-packed, dramatic underdog story. It’s the super-powered people who rule, but the rest of the population are angry and ready to fight back. It’s a thrilling plot with several unexpected twists along the way. The artwork is fantastic – well-rendered, vibrant, and fits the feel of the story. Achilles, Inc. is engaging and fast-paced, with plenty of colorful characters that I look forward to reading more about.

GlobalComix and Source Point Press Spotlight – 1 Week Free for First 10 Readers!

Today, the GlobalComix Spotlight is on Source Point Press. And the first 10 readers who use the code below (at the end of the article) will get unlimited reading for all sci-fi comics on GlobalComix for a whole week! Code is valid until June 27th at 11:59PM EDT.

1. Salvagers, 222 pages – Published by Source Point Press, (cc/ @TravisM)

In the distant future, the habitable planets are connected through the trade of natural and artificial resources. The import and export business is flourishing for some systems, while leaving others at the mercy of major trade corporations. After the end of the Galactic War, peace blanketed the galaxy; however, planets with little shipping resources turned to piracy or developed small guerilla…

Story and Art by Bob Salley, DeSiKa, George Acevedo, HdE Ponsonby-Jones, Joshua Werner

2. Franklin and Ghost, 160 pages – Published by Source Point Press, (cc/ @TravisM)

In a last ditch effort to see more of the universe before accepting their inevitably boring lives as miners on their home planet Defilion, Franklin and Ghost steal a ship and head out for one last adventure. When they accidentally crash to Earth, they seek shelter in the bodies of a couple unsuspecting hosts. Hell bent on having a good time, Franklin and Ghost team up for the rage-filled quest of…

Story and Art by Garrett Gunn, HdE, Nicolas Touris

3. Achilles, Inc., 100 pages – Published by Source Point Press, (cc/ @TravisM)

Ten years ago, a sliver of the world’s population was granted super powers in an instant. Since then, these “Boosters” have turned the planets socio-economic systems on their ear. Instead of dressing up in colorful costumes and beating each other up, they formed a union-called Power Corps-and replaced the blue collar workforces across the globe. The world is in despair. Jobs are scarce and we…

Story and Art by Andy Schmidt and Daniel Maine

Discount code: SFCJUNE21
Discount link: https://globalcomix.com/claim/SFCJUNE21

Infinite Dark, Chapter 1 – Comic Review

Infinite Dark – Top Cow
The universe ended, but humanity survived. And for years, the passengers and crew of the vessel Orpheus found the endless void between realities to be a surprisingly peaceful home. Then they found a body; bloodied, brutalized, and surrounded by inscrutable runes. As Security Director Deva Karrell investigates the Orpheus’ first murder, she’ll come face to face with a horror from beyond…

About Top Cow:
Top Cow Productions is an American comics publisher, a partner studio of Image Comics founded by Marc Silvestri in 1992.”

Review:
Security Director Deva Karrell has suffered loss and is frustrated with command and lack of communication. But when she investigates a missing man and his abducted neighbor, confusion escalates when a body is found.

Chapter 1 of Infinite Dark is a dramatic and strong opening to a heart-pounding science fiction mystery and adventure. The artwork is fantastic, dark and detailed. The story begins dramatically with a heartbreaking accident. And a cliffhanger at the end of chapter 1, made me eager to dive into chapter 2 soon. SciFi comic fans will definitely want to check out this original comic series from Top Cow.

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