Happy Birthday William Shakespeare!
The Bard has certainly made his share of Comic Book appearances over the years…
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In this World Fantasy Award-winning standalone story featuring art by Charles Vess, visit a traveling road show of dramatic actors led by William Shakespeare as they unveil a new production called A Midsummer’s Night Dream for a very peculiar audience…
With The Middle East Comic and Film Convention Going on this weekend be sure to check out Jinnrise #1 digitally.
Isn’t it neat how digital comics can get more comics to more people?
International student Andrew Marcus’ world is torn asunder when interstellar forces, the ‘Kibrani’, invade earth. With all hope seemingly lost, humanity’s last hope may be a long-despised and forgotten race: the Jinn!
Haha, same. And I’ve been chuckling to myself all day. I think it’s been weirding people out. But I’m just. so. happy.
I mean. If you like joy.
It was fucking phenomenal. I actually screamed out loud twice and commenced rolling around in bed, arms a-flailin’.
It’s strange. I am really not used to being super thrilled about comics, haha. IT’S BEEN SO LONG…
Smallville one was a big hit. But even if you DIDN’T LIKE SMALLVILLE, this book has Brian Q. Miller and Cat Staggs working on it, and it is absolutely VITAL that if you want to see more books like this, that you consider a digital purchase.
Seriously, I can’t talk about it in detail at this point. But some of the stuff people have been BEGGING for could well show up on digital IF books like this are successful. I can say no more.
Cat and Brian, that is a killer combination. Please give this book a shot!