COMING THIS FALL FROM HOCUS POCUS COMICS!
If you love classic X-Men and Teen Titans like I do, you will find this most excellent nostalgia blast just what the Professor ordered! (See what I did there?)
More news to come very soon, so be sure to stay tuned to this blog and hpcomics.net!
Elevator issue 2 will be available for purchase on ComiXology June 7th! Please be sure to comment, review, and rate the issue on ComiXology as well as on Amazon. This is a huge help to us!
You can still purchase issue 1 on ComiXology and Amazon if you have not already done so. Here are the links:
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As always, we thank you for your continued support! We can’t wait for you to read what happens next in our reimagining of Dante’s Inferno for the 21st Century!
Special thanks to Matt Molgaard for the outstanding review of The Imaginary Voyages of Edgar Allan Poe #1!
This paragraph fills me with so much joy:
“The book’s dark tone is balanced by an honest innocence ingrained in the characters. That’s one of the things that helps The Imaginary Voyages of Edgar Allan Poe to shine. It feels like a personal book. It also feels organic, characters generally making logical decisions that accompany rational reactions. It just works. The elements demanded and required to reach iconic status are in place. It’s time we find out if MacPherson and Czerniawski are prepared to showcase consistency over a planned 12-issue story arc. We’re certainly rooting for this awesome duo!”
YOU CAN READ THE ENTIRE INTERVIEW HERE!
If you have not yet downloaded your copy of The Imaginary Voyages of Edgar Allan Poe #1, you can do so on Kindle or ComiXology–or both! Hey, why not?
DOWNLOAD FROM KINDLE
DOWNLOAD FROM COMIXOLOGY
Special thanks to my friends (and wonderful authors themselves) Miguel Fliguer and John DeLaughter for the fantastic reviews on Amazon as well! You guys are truly appreciated!
ELEVATOR #1 LAUNCH TOMORROW!
Yes, it’s true! Elevator #1 will be available for purchase on Kindle and ComiXology tomorrow! Things are moving fast and we’re having a blast! Thank you for your continued support, my friends!
What a morning! Woke up to an email from one of my favorite writers, Kurt Busiek, saying The Imaginary Voyages of Edgar Allan Poe #1 is “quirky and magical, a pell-mell adventure into nightmare, and I’m not afraid to say so!” I’ve been a fan of Kurt’s work since the ’80s, and Rebecca’s become a fan of his work though the most excellent Astro City, so this really made our day!
We found out a graphic novel illustrated by our artist for The Imaginary Voyages of Edgar Allan Poe, Luis Czerniawski, won a Bram Stoker Award! (Congratulations, James Chambers!)
We found out we’d received a glowing review of The Imaginary Voyages of Edgar Allan Poe #1 on Amazon!
If you haven’t purchased your copy of The Imaginary Voyages of Edgar Allan Poe #1 yet, you can download it on KINDLE or COMIXOLOGY!
So I think it’s fair to say our weekend is going pretty well. Hope yours is, too!
Avast Ye Scurvy Knaves!
In the golden age of piracy, Captain Kidd, Blackbeard, and Black Bart Roberts, the three most reviled pirates in history, contended for the most sacred prize the world has ever known – the lost Relics of Christ!
300 years later…
Present day: Archaeologist Samuel Cahn receives a mysterious package that turns his world upside-down! Pursued by unknown assassins and the undead pirate Blackbeard and his zombie crew, Cahn flees to the Middle East with his fiancée and bodyguard Winston. There, Cahn learns that he was chosen to end the curse of the Holy Relics once and for all. But nothing is at it appears, and Blackbeard isn’t the only one who would move Heaven and Earth to possess the Treasures of Christ.
From the Harvey and Eagle Award nominated writer of The Surreal Adventures of Edgar Allan Poo and DC Comics’ SIDEWISE comes the bold final installment of the supernatural swashbuckling pirate epic Dead Men Tell No Tales.
PRE-ORDER YOUR COPY NOW, MATEYS!
Don’t miss the groundbreaking sequel to the sold-out graphic novel Dead Men Tell No Tales as we close the book on Dead Men forever.
Or do we? [insert sinister laugh]