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(W) Josh Blaylock
(A) Travis Hymel
(CA) Daniel Leister
Launching an all new “Archeopunk” genre! When a discovery turns our understanding of history upside down, we meet a couple who abruptly find themselves swept-up in a deep state conspiracy that threatens their world. Only, the year is 11,000 BCE, and their advanced world was nothing like we have been told. Nor does our couple know the role they will play in the survival of society’s knowledge in the years to come.
Figthing. Cursing. Devils. Demons. Drinking. Sarcasm. Smoking while Drinking. Angels. More Fighting. Hangovers. Cursing. Booze. Tattoos. Epic unfolding events to change the course of the world. And drinking.... Continued!
Next from the break-out hit series Squarriors: The saga of warring rodents in a post-human world continues with Squarriors: Summer. There's little time to nurse wounds as the Tin Kin's struggle against the Maw and Amoni intensifies. The conflict of woodland creatures boils under the scorching Summer Sun. And the tribes find themselves on the brink of war and the edge of annihilation.
Updated second printing! Scorch is a demon living an immortal life as a young teen in suburban America. To gain this immortal gift, she made a deal with a powerful demon who has since manifested himself as a monster (living in her closet) to keep tabs on the debt she needs to settle - the payment: 10,000 souls, plus interest. Accompanied by her gang of misfits, hoods, and dweebs, Scorch sets out to discover her true past, prevent the end of the world, and pass the 10th grade.
When a cursed stuffed animal is given to an unknowing victim, the spirit of Abby May, a vengeful little dead girl, lashes out blindly at the living. However, as Abby's bloodlust leads her back to those responsible for her death, she begins to piece together the truth about how she died and how she lived.
When Mercy learns that her mother, Faustia, was involved in her abduction from Sheol, suddenly dealing with angels doesn't seem so bad. That's because Mercy doesn't fear anyone the way she does her own mother. If Mercy is to have any hope of stopping her megalomaniacal, bipolar matriarch, she'll have to drudge up some seriously painful memories to pull it off. If she fails, Faustia just may cut off humanity from Heaven (and Hell) forever. Collects the final three issues of the Mercy Sparx the ongoing series, and the entire Year One miniseries.