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AfterShock First Look: There’s Something Wrong with Patrick Todd #1

AfterShock First Look: There’s Something Wrong with Patrick Todd #1

via AIPT: Using the telepathic abilities he’s been hiding all his life, Todd forces the worst of the worst to rob banks… Fifteen-year-old Patrick Todd lives on the run, hiding out in seedy motels, living out of his backpack and making sure that his mom – recently struck down by a mysterious illness of the mind – is well cared for. But doctors cost money. A lot of money. And, so, Patrick turns to a life of crime. Using the telepathic abilities he’s been hiding all his life, he forces the worst of the worst to rob banks, taking the...

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AFTERSHOCK AT WONDERCON 2022

AFTERSHOCK AT WONDERCON 2022

Headed to WonderCon this year? AfterShock will be there in full force for the first time ever to meet and greet the fans that have made us the fastest growing independent comics publisher in the business! Hope to see you at Booth #1301! Convention Days/Hours: Friday, April 1: 11:30 AM – 7:00 PM Saturday, April 2: 10:00 AM – 7:00 PM Sunday, April 3: 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM Booth: 1301 Convention Exclusives (available at our booth): We Live: Age of the Palladions #1 Black (Convention Exclusive Cover by Dan Panosian) We Live: Age of the Palladions #1 White (Convention Exclusive Cover by Dan Panosian) AfterShock Metallic Covers (available at our booth): We Live:...

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AfterShock announces “Astronaut Down”

AfterShock announces “Astronaut Down”

AfterShock Comics have announced “Astronaut Down,” a sci-fi thriller by writer James Patrick (“The Kaiju Score,” “Campisi: The Dragon Incident”), artist Rubine (“Search for Hu”), colorist Valentina Briški (“Eden”), and letterer Carlos M. Mangual (“Dark Red: Where Roads Lead”). The book follows Douglas Spitzer, a trainee astronaut who, instead of outer space, is being prepared for a mission “into alternate realities, on a desperate mission to save Earth from a horrific crisis that has our world on the brink of extinction.” “Unfortunately,” as the synopsis puts it, “it’s a mission where everything will go wrong, where Douglas’s training and very...

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Sable & Locatelli take readers Where Starships Go to Die this Summer

Sable & Locatelli take readers Where Starships Go to Die this Summer

THE NEW SERIES FROM AFTERSHOCK COMICS DEBUTS IN JUNE. “Want to get away from it all? You can’t do better than a point in the Pacific Ocean popularly known as ‘Point Nemo,’” reads the National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration’s official website for the colloquially-named location that is the farthest place on Earth you can be from land. But what secrets lie at that spot? Writer Mark Sable artist Antonio Locatelli, colorist Juancho!, and letterer Rob Steen are about to surface that mystery in a new series, Where Starships Go to Die, which imagines the remote spot as a dumping ground for out-of-commission space cruisers. The first issue of the...

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AfterShock comics announces that Women Of Color Unite & Star Trek: Discovery producer Aron Eli Coleite are developing a graphic novel called Animus

AfterShock comics announces that Women Of Color Unite & Star Trek: Discovery producer Aron Eli Coleite are developing a graphic novel called Animus

AfterShock Comics announced that Women of Color Unite (WOCU) will be partnering with Star Trek: Discovery producer Aron Eli Coleite to publish Animus, a first-ever graphic novel created by women of color. WOCU’s #StartWith8 Hollywood Edition program sees L.C. Cruell, Manon de Reeper, Natasha M. Hall, Stephanie Johnson, Diandra Pendleton-Thompson, Joël René Scoville and Michelle Wilens all team up with Aron Eli Coleite, who has produced TV shows such as Netflix’s Locke & Key and Paramount+’s Star Trek: Discovery, to create Animus. “Almost two years ago I was inspired to join WOCU’s #StartWith8Hollywood because they challenged their mentors to do more than just offer advice, but make an impact,” Coleite said in an announcement. “With...

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