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Mantis Man #6

After gaining powers from both a praying mantis and an ancient Japanese medallion, high school student Brando Rosati gets trained from his sensei master Ming Zu- the owner of the medallion, in ninjutsu and bushido. Then dedicates his life-fighting crime and saving lives while still being trained by his sensei, as the emerald god Mantis Man.

Brandon M. Rutter

Standard Comic
Black & White
Page Count: 40

What It's About

Brando Rosati goes out on another date with his dream girl love interest, Miranda McCall. Meanwhile, as his, alter ego persona Mantis Man, he deals with another gang who calls themselves “The Hive” and in the end, encounters a mysterious man, whom he”s never seen before, who told him, that he has a hit out on him! Will this mystery man, be able to get the best of Mantis Man?

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Mantis Man Volume 1/2

Brandon M. Rutter

Standard Sized Trade Paperback
Black & White
Page Count: 200

What It's About

After gaining powers from both a praying mantis and an ancient Japanese medallion, high school student Brando Rosati gets trained from his sensei master Ming Zu- the owner of the medallion, in ninjutsu and bushido. Then dedicates his life-fighting crime and saving lives while still being trained by his sensei, as the emerald god Mantis Man.

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Samurai Guard Vol 1

The Captain of the Samurai Guard and the High Adventure that follows when a band of Ninja attack Bushido Island bringing along with them the modern weapons of the outside world.

Kirk Abrigo, Barbara Abrigo, Scott Goddell

Standard Sized Trade Paperback
Full Color
Page Count: 136

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The Samurai are alive and well and living on Bushida Island Today. This adventure answers the question “what if the samurai still existed today.” This 5 part series collected in one high octane, Samurai, Ninja, battling fantasy tells the story of Benji Shindo.

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A Heroic Holiday #1

James Lynch, Steven Lundy, Johnny Vang, David Foley

Standard Comic
Full Color
Page Count: 20

What It's About

Celebrate the holidays with this touching and emotional anthology, brought to you as only the twisted minds of Hero Universe could conceive of. In “El Ninja and Friends All-Star Christmas Celebration,” written, drawn, painted, and/or colored by James Lynch (Bliss, Victors, Saints), El Ninja, the Mexican-themed ninja and defender of the innocent, shares with the reader some of his favorite holiday traditions, bushido style. Learn of the secret history of the animosity between ninjas and samurai, but more importantly, learn respect for the Christmas cactus. If you do no respect the Christmas cactus, it will not respect you. You never know who may drop by to help bring tidings of good cheer, disgusting old-world desserts, or maybe even an eye-patch or two. In “The Sword of Santa,” written and drawn by Steven Lundy, a certain jolly old elf will stop and nothing, absolutely nothing, to ensure that a child has a merry Christmas, even if he has to tear down every dark warrior from here to the North Pole to do it. In David Foley and Johnny Vang’s “DORQs (Dudes on Random Quests) Christmas,” several of the DORQs explain to you why you need to buy more Hero Universe comics. Listen to the DORQs. They are wise. Also printed for the first time ever, Hero Universe’s “2007 Digital Christmas Card,” by James Lynch, featuring Tamer and that other guy from Victors pondering how the Salvation Army could become more efficient in its efforts to raise holiday funds.

 

 

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