The crew read ‘Jirni!’ What did they think about the high-fantasy series? Find out below!


Discover a whole new world of adventure! Trekking through a violent and dangerous frontier of savage barbarians, devious thieves, and wild creatures, a warrior-princess named Ara searches for her mother, who was stolen away from her kingdom by a mysterious sorcerer with the help of his powerful D’jinn. What great and terrible secrets await her in the distant horizon? Prepare to experience an epic tale of fantasy and wonder without boundaries. This is Ara’s quest. This is Ara’s destiny. This is Ara’s — JIRNI.

(Via Comixology)

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To purchase Jirni go to Comixology, Aspen’s site, and ask for it from your local comic book shop!

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J.T. Krul

J.T. Krul is an award-winning writer who has been working in the comic book industry for over a decade. He has written for DC Comics on Green Arrow, Teen Titans, Captain Atom, and the New York Times Bestselling Blackest Night: Titans. He has also worked with Aspen Comics since the earliest days of the company’s launch, writing both their flagship books, Fathom and Soulfire. He has also launched a handful of creator-owned projects at Aspen, including Mindfield and Jirni. J.T. also works in prose, writing his Lost Spark series, as well as animation, contributing to Marvel’s Spider-Man and Robot Chicken, including their DC Comics and Walking Dead Specials. This year, J.T. will be writing Soulfire for its landmark 15th anniversary, and launching two new projects – NuWay and Artifact One.

(Via J.T. Krul)


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About Aspen Comics:

The company was created by comic book artist Michael Turner in January 2003. The name “Aspen” comes from the main character in Turner’s comic series, Fathom. Aspen Comics released the fantasy adventure Soulfire in 2004, its first ongoing series. 2005 marked the return of Fathom (originally published by Image Comics), with comic artist Koi Turnbull taking over the illustration of the title. Ekos, a collaboration between Turner and Geoff Johns was scheduled to follow shortly after Soulfire, but was still unreleased prior to Turner’s death in 2008.

(Via Wikipedia)

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More about Aspen Comics:

Aspen MLT, Inc. is an entertainment publishing company founded in January 2003 by superstar comic artist Michael Turner. Priding itself on producing unique entertainment properties of the highest quality visual and storytelling elements, Aspen MLT, Inc. quickly carved its mark on the comic book industry.

In addition to Michael Turner’s runaway hit, the number one best selling comic series Fathom, Aspen MLT, Inc. debuted the fantasy adventure epic series Soulfire in 2004. In 2005, Aspen released the popular series Soulfire: Dying of the Light and Fathom: Cannon Hawke, along with Fathom: Volume Two. 2006 brought the release of the critically-acclaimed series Shrugged and the primordial adventure Soulfire: Chaos Reign. 2008 marked the anticipated maxi-series Fathom: Volume Three along with Soulfire: Shadow Magic.

Along with their own successful properties, Aspen MLT, Inc. has collaborated with some of the comic industry’s most successful companies and endeavors. Michael Turner and Aspen has collaborated with Marvel Comics on past and present properties, including providing covers for the year’s best-selling event series Civil War, The upcoming Onslaught Reborn mini-series, and such titles as Wolverine Origins #1, The Incredible Hulk #100 and Ultimate X-Men #75, and Black Panther. Aspen collaborated with DC Comics on the popular Superman: Godfall mini-series, the best-selling Superman/Batman mini-series, and provided Eisner-nominated covers for the critically-acclaimed and top-selling mini-series Identity Crisis, as well as the entire run of the number one-selling Justice League of America. In 2006, Aspen joined forces with television giant NBC to create the online comic adaptations for the mega-hit television series “Heroes.”

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