A Happy New Comics Day to each and every one of you! The wait is finally over, and PROJECT NEMESIS #1 by Jeremy Robinson and Matt Frank is out now, and available to purchase at your local comic book store and online. Now comes the most difficult decision: which cover to get?! The Matt Frank cover, the Bob Eggleton incentive cover, or the Joshua Belanger Jetpack Comics exclusive cover? We highly recommend all three! While you’re in the kaiju mood, Robinson’s PROJECT NEMESIS novel is available on Kindle for $.99 for a limited time, so take advantage of it while you still can!

PROJECT NEMESIS #1 on Amazon: Matt Frank cover, Bob Eggleton cover
PROJECT NEMESIS #1 on Comixology
PROJECT NEMESIS #1 on CaptainCo: Matt Frank cover, Bob Eggleton cover

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In the world of PROJECT NEMESIS, Japanese kaiju are discovered when a government experiment goes awry and gives rise to a hybrid creature called Nemesis—after the Goddess of Vengeance.

On a mission that began as a Bigfoot investigation, Jon Hudson of the FC-P, who considers his “paranormal investigator” position a joke; and Sheriff Ashley Collins, resident of small town Maine and well-versed in sasquatch tales and bear attacks; discover a secret military site that has been torn to shreds by something very large and lethal—clearly not a bear, or anything related to nature. A giant creature appears that is unlike anything they’ve ever encountered, and they barely escape with their lives.

Bent on destruction, the kaiju eventually emerges from the forests of New England and grows to immeasurable heights, bringing down villages, then towns, and then cities. When Hudson and his crew investigate, they discover that the monster’s origins hold inexplicable ties to a murdered Japanese girl named Maigo. Suddenly the “paranormal” portion of the FC-P doesn’t seem like joke anymore—and Nemesis is about 80 times more threatening than Bigfoot!