Howdy, my Grand Geeks and Gatherers! For a change the weather has been exceptionally pleasant here. Plenty of opportunities to enjoy a warm spring breeze while indulging in my fandoms. I encourage you to do the same to your heart’s content. But before doing so, let’s see what looks good this week in the indie comics world!
Quintara Stone #1
Writer(s): Casey Bowker
Artist(s): Ray Griffin, Ph
Cover Artist(s): Ken Lashley, Juan Fernandez, Matt Flint, Gregbo Watson, Gwenaelle Daligault, Bill Maus, Anthony Helmer, Steven Butler, Ray Griffin
Publisher: Keenspot Entertainment
Synopsis: “When Quintara Stone drank from The Holy Grail, little did she know that immortality would be the least of her problems. Jumping between her past and her present and set in a world filled with Monsters, Demons, Enhanced beings, and Legends that become truths…”
It seems Quintara’s world is turned upside down from drinking from the Cup of Life. Sure, immortality is granted but with it comes responsibility to protect others. And no doubt that Quintara is going to be up for that challenge!
Available at https://www.keenspot.com/ and your LCS!
Darkstalkers: Morrigan #1
Writer(s): Ken Siu-Chong
Cover Artist(s): Panzer, Hanzo Steinbach
Publisher: Udon Entertainment
Synopsis: “Morrigan, the sultry succubus queen of the demonic Darkstalker dimension, arrives in her own 1-shot comic! Her late night escapades into the human world have accidentally unleashed a destructive force on her home dimension. Now, Morrigan must personally confront this new evil to return order to her kingdom of monsters.”
Seriously, who can turn down a story involving our favorite sexy succubus?! At any rate, Morrigan’s shenanigans have loosed an unintended consequence upon our human world and its up to her to put everything back together again!
Available at https://store.udonentertainment.com/ and your LCS!
And there we have it for the week, folks! Tales of strong female leads of both the succubus and crusader kind! These titles and so many more exciting indie adventures await you at the mere click of a button on your keyboards or at the touch of a screen on your phones and/or tablets. But since many of you enjoy supporting local businesses, I will encourage you to head to your comic shops this Wednesday to pick up the hardcopy issues themselves. Read them and share with your friends. Start a conversation and be sure to leave a comment or two. But most importantly, remember…GGG!