In a race against time, a disease researcher tries to find a cure for an incurable cancer that is sweeping across the country.
Thirty years since the US shut its borders to the rest of the world a team embarks on a dangerous journey into the United States for a cure to a virus that could save the human race.
Imagine if someone like Jeff Bezos started giving free technology, schooling, and video games to low-income kids in the hopes of gaining their loyalty and turning them into an army? From comic writer Sean Lewis and artist Hayden Sherman comes a look into a future that’s not too far off from our current modern times.
Turn Washington continues his search for an SD card that may prove his innocence. Writer MD Marie continues to show the cat and mouse game that goes on within the criminal justice system.
DIE #5 reveals a dirty secret about roleplaying games and their players. Read the comic (or check out our review) to find out what that is!
From writer/artist Karl Kesel and Tom Grummet comes their long awaited returned Image Comics series SECTION ZERO #1. There’s no such things as UFO’s, monsters, and ghost, and Section Zero is here to make sure of it.
Who Maika loves is at the center of MONSTRESS #21. For Tuya, this gets her in trouble; for her newfound father, it’s all he desires.
Charlie was a normal girl until someone put out a million dollar bounty on her life. Now with the help of a bodyguard named Vita she must survive for the next 30 days to find out who wants her dead. Writer Christopher Sebela along with artist Ro Stein and Ted Brandt comes a crafty little story about assassins, friendship, and survival.
Jedidiah Jenkins past is coming back to haunt him in Farmhand #6. Creator Rob Guillory presents the second arc in his agriculture gone wrong comic.
LITTLE BIRD #1 has a setting and protagonist (and art) unlike anything we’ve encountered before. And at its core, it is a story that will no doubt get better.