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Initial Orders Due TODAY for INVISIBLE HANDS #2

INVISIBLE HANDS, American Gothic’s Best Graphic Novel Script winner at Silver Scream Fest 2016, continues in April with an issue so nuts you have to read it to believe it. Heads up, AGP fans: today is the LAST DAY to tell your local comic shop to order you copies of INVISIBLE HANDS #2, the new series from Laszlo Tamasfi and …

New Comic Wednesday: LOST IN SPACE #6

“Malice in Wonderland” comes to an end this week, as IRWIN ALLEN’S LOST IN SPACE Issue #6 hits comic shops! Stranded in a bizarre dimension where Alice in Wonderland seems to have taken life, Will, Penny, the Robot, and Doctor Smith are about to be hauled away by the queen herself to be executed! But what are her motivations? Can …

AGP To Debut Silver Scream Fest Winner ‘Invisible Hands’ in 2017

American Gothic Press will debut new mini-series INVISIBLE HANDS, winner of Best Graphic Novel Script at Silver Scream 2016, in March of 2017. The series, adapted from Laszlo Tamasfi’s Best Graphic Novel Script of 2016’s Silver Scream Film and Comic Festival, is a fragmented and deeply philosophical tale that begins when a mysterious man with severe head trauma disrupts the …

BROKEN MOON: LEGENDS OF THE DEEP #1 Preview Pages!

BROKEN MOON is back… with tentacles. In post-nuclear armageddon, a newly formed shoreline on America’s central plain is barely sustaining a surviving group of humans. But there are things much more dangerous than fish in these waters, and the villagers will soon learn the extent to which human destruction has affected the planet… and awoken ancient gods. Check out the …

Island 731 #1 Preview Pages!

Marooned with Monsters… If you dig adventure, nautical badassery, creepy hybrid snakes, giant spiders, mutant crocodiles, explosions, and general mayhem (who doesn’t?), then ISLAND 731 is the new series you simply cannot miss. It’s based on a novel by Jeremy Robinson, author of PROJECT NEMESIS, and rendered in glorious comic book form by scribe Kane Gilmour and Godzilla guru Jeff …

Sneak Peak at Bonus Material in the BORNHOME Trade!

Tomorrow sees the release of the collected edition of Paul Tobin and Jeff Johnson’s Sci-Fi epic BORNHOME — a four-issue tale of pirate wars, genetic evolution, and the most valuable substance in the universe, finally available in paperback for easy reading! But if we reprinted only the issues themselves, what would be the point, right? We’ve made sure to stuff …

Chris Sims: “Buy This Book: Gunsuits” (Comics Alliance)

When your comic is called Gunsuits, there’s really only one way it can go. I mean, yes, it suppose that it could be about white-collar executives in the firearms industry, but unless those executives are supplying weapons to the forces of Cobra, I have to imagine that’s going to be a pretty hard sell. No, it pretty much has to be a book …

Review of Gunsuits

Kareem Ali Reviews Gunsuits #2

Review by Kareem Ali for Hulking Reviewer 4/5 Stars The Good Great character development as well as an intriguing story line. The plot thickens The bad Enemies remain faceless other than Potts description. Absurd action takes away from intensity of battle.   Gunsuits #2 continues the multidimensional battle between humanity and unstoppable monsters bent on destroying life everywhere. It opens up …

Review of Gunsuits

Casey Walsh Reviews Gunsuits #1

Gunsuits #1 American Gothic Press Created by: Philip Kim Written by: Paul Tobin Art by: PJ Holden Colors by: Diego Rodriguez Letters by: Marshall Dillon Reviewed by Casey Walsh for Geeks With Wives Mayhem, mechs and monsters collide in an epic inter-dimensional battle in Paul Tobin’s Gunsuits #1. Monsters fighting men in giant mechanized death machines is always a good …

Review of Gunsuits

Dustin Cabeal Reviews Gunsuits #1

Review by Dustin Cabeal for Comic Bastards Not having the proper time to speak about Gunsuits a few weeks back on the CBMFP, I wanted to make sure that I was able to give it a fair shake during this review. It’s honestly been a while since I read a sci-fi story that was good and actually stuck around. I know that I’ve …