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Kansas #1

Chris McCoy,Tim Taylor,Dale Bagwell,Russell Moore

Standard Comic
Black & White
Page Count: 24

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Solaris #1

Larry Koster

Magazine Sized Trade Paperback
Black & White
Page Count: 80

What It's About

The story begins with a breaking news broadcast announcing that sudden shifts in magnetic and radioactive forces have caused an extreme interaction between the Sun and Moon. This new and unexpected alignment will create a solar eclipse unprecedented in modern history. At the time of the report, it is not known what kind of effect this interaction will have on the Earth although speculation within the scientific community believes the consequences will not be too dire. It is also learned from the news report that a group of scientists, from the Cass-Barbara Observatory has long asserted that within the Sun”s core is the Center City home to an interplanetary communications center whose signals communicate with moons, planets and stars in our own as well as other solar systems. As the moon moves to block out the sun, Mother Sun and Father Moon use this unique opportunity to create their own child who morphs into human form as he arises out of the dust in the sun”s center city. The character, Solaris, derives his powers from his creators the Earth”s sun and moon from which he metabolizes sunlight and lunar radiation, Solaris is guided by his mother”s conscience, and receives telepathic instructions from her. Solaris” first mission is on the planet Lightan where volcanic eruptions have caused fissures in the planet”s crust enabling the release of creatures that for centuries lived beneath the surface. With new ground to conquer, the Dirtons embark on a mission to take over planet. On his arrival to Lightan Solaris discovers that soot from the volcanoes have blocked his power source, Lightan”s sun, impairing his abilities and rendering him helpless. The Dirtrons, having discovered Solaris” prescence, decide to leave him as fodder for the planet”s carrion Fangbirds. However, when the birds move in to dispatch Solaris, they disrupt the veil of dust allowing Solaris to regain his powers. Solaris is able to come back from the brink to vanquish the Dirtrons by redirecting and smothering them volcanic lava and ash. With the Dirtrons cleaned-up, it”s on to Botonago to battle Fernatiara a giant pod whose spores are threatening the planet. Arising victorious from the battle on Botonago, Solaris receives a communication from Mother Sun informing him that the eclipse, which occurred in between the Sun, and the Earth”s moon caused temperature shift that cooled the planet too much. In order to save the planet Mother Sun and Father Moon quickly warmed the Earth”s surface but by mistake did so too much, which accelerated global warming. In the North Pole the rise in temperature allowed prehistoric animals, which had been embedded in the permafrost, to awaken and walk the earth. To make matters worse, the creatures, which had been exposed to centuries of pollution have mutated into horrifying life forms with devastating powers. Arriving on Earth, Solaris meets Professor Cass of the Cass-Barbara Observatory. Professor Cass informs Solaris that creatures have been spotted heading towards Anchorage, Alaska, and efforts to halt their advance have been in vain. After a couple of failed attempts Solaris finally vanquishes the mutant creature with a special weapon given to him by his parents. Later in the story, Solaris finds an unlikely partner, the Professor”s daughter Elaine Cass, who teams up with Solaris to defeat the last remaining creature threatening the Earth”s existence…. the Dragon Centipede. Elaine stirs feelings within Solaris, which he does not recognize, nor is he equipped to deal with. The tale takes Solaris to strange and distant planets to restore order wreaked by villainous monsters, cruel dictators, and revolutionary forces. Not all of the story”s intrigue is derived from intergalactic wars or mutant creatures. Professor Cass, the story”s supporting protagonist, faces his own challenges arising from colleagues whose jealousy and ambition leads to robbery, homicide and espionage. Main Character Descriptions Solaris: Brought to life in the Sun”s core, which contains the Sun”s inner city. Solaris communicates and telepathically receives instructions from his Mother, who is his guiding conscious. James Terry: Reporter and at time narrator throughout the story. Professor Cass: Head of the Cass-Barbara Observatory who puts forth the argument within the scientific community that there is an inner city within the sun. Elaine Cass: The professor”s daughter who takes an interest in Solaris when he first arrives on Earth. Many minor characters in the form of intergalactic leaders, villains, thugs, devious scientists, and monsters. The story begins with a breaking news broadcast announcing that sudden shifts in magnetic and radioactive forces have caused an extreme interaction between the Sun and Moon. This new and unexpected alignment will create a solar eclipse unprecedented in modern history. At the time of the report, it is not known what kind of effect this interaction will have on the Earth. It is also learned that a group of scientists, from the Cass-Barbara Observatory has long asserted that within the Sun”s core is the Center City home to an interplanetary communications center whose signals communicate with moons, planets and stars in our own as well as other solar systems. As the moon moves to block out the sun, Mother Sun and Father Moon use this unique opportunity to create their own child who morphs into human form as he arises out of the dust in the sun”s center city. The character, Solaris, derives his powers from his creators the Earth”s sun and moon from which he metabolizes sunlight and lunar radiation, Solaris is guided by his mother”s conscience, and receives telepathic instructions from her. The tale takes Solaris on quests on Earth as well as to strange and distant planets to restore order to havoc reeked by villainous monsters, cruel dictators, and revolutionary forces. Not all of the story”s intrigue is derived from intergalactic wars or mutant creatures. Professor Cass, the story”s supporting protagonist, faces his own challenges arising from colleagues whose jealousy and ambition leads to robbery, homicide and espionage. 

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The Price Of Your Skin #1

Pavel Lujardo

Manga Type Comic
Full Color
Page Count: 40

What It's About

When Pinton the Pig rescued a lizard girl from two street thugs, he didn’t suspect he was going to be sucked into a drug war between the organized crime and a race of reptilian aliens living in secret tunnels under the city’s foundations.

Futurepig comics follows the adventures of Pinton, a pig with a taste for beer, guns and females of every species who makes a living as starship pilot and occasional mercenary in a retro-futuristic universe.

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Eclipse #1

Standard Comic
Full Color
Page Count: 28

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What It's About

Eclipse is the story of a young man named Keith, who loves his father as any son should, however his father’s mental disabilities put Keith in a situation where he must grow up faster to take care of himself. It also makes him an easy target for bullies and thugs. Jumping ahead to present times the pressure models an honorable super hero (Eclipse), who’s battles have heartfelt cause, mixed with a taste of vengeance. Eclipse focuses on the relationship between a father and son. We see a Keith Calhoun’s love for his father, who has an intellectual disability, and the struggles that come along with it. And lurking in the background of it all is the man that becomes his greatest enemy.

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Midnight Warriors #12

Mark McCracken, Edgard Aedo

Standard Comic
Black & White
Page Count: 28

What It's About

 

Matt Harding has recently become the bearer of an ancient ring created by the Gods which grants him control over and creation of fire. He befriended the sorceress demon Karisma and her apprentice Demmy, and the three eventually encountered a vampire/gargoyle hybrid named Selena in need of rescue. Now, the four of them all reside in Matt’s one-bedroom apartment, with tensions mounting. Matt continues to use his power to fight the evils of the world and gain respect in the eye of the Gods, while also trying to learn more about it’s origin. Karisma aids Matt in his quest, and has grown closer to him as time passes. Demmy has been learning Karisma’s craft for some time and hopes to surpass her expectations, though his efforts seem constantly stifled. Selena seeks refuge from the vampires and the gargoyles who persecute her for existing as an anomaly to their kind and turning her back on both.

This issue kicks off our Midnight Warriors manga-style epic “Time & Time Again”. This is the FIRST Chapter of a multi-part storyline that will be entirely drawn with anime-influenced artwork, and whether or not you have read any previous issues of the series proper, we have made this saga New-Reader Friendly! A perfect Jumping-On Point for an introduction to the “Midnight Warriors” cast, and in later chapters, even more of the Divine Authority Universe! Matt & Karisma have had feelings for one another since Day One, and now they’re finally going on their First Date! Too bad dinner’s about to be interrupted by the creep called Krudd, and he’s brought along a newfound ally who will rock the Midnight Warriors’ world! Plus, Ray & Selena go on a date of their own, which is really just trekking around on Ray’s new bike and taking out some Vampire Thugs! Demmy plays his first Video Game, with some help from Nightside! And a strange visitor arrives from a place far, far away… which is not outer space…

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