Prolific writer Mark Russel continue his “Monster Serials” story with Peter Snejbjerg in the latest issue of Ahoy Comics Poe-inspired comedy anthology, Edgar Allan Poe’s Snifter of Death, delivering the gallows humor and poignancy that the series is known for.
Palicki spoke to us about the origins of Black’s Myth and how one puts together a classic genre mash-up for today’s comic audiences in this exclusive interview.
Peyer’s Penultiman and Dragonfly and Dragonflyman from Ahoy Comics will certainly seem familiar to readers at the start, but they will also appreciate the new and daring writing that follows in both series.
In Milligan’s latest series for Ahoy Comics, Happy Hour, the prolific writer examines the nature of institutionalized happiness is examined in a time when everyone is looking for a little relief. But as the saving goes, be careful what you wish for…
The second new comic book day of the new year continues DC Comics Future State event, one of Marvel’s perennial hits, a tribute to the architect of the Uncanny X-Men, and a satirical take on Superman from Ahoy Comics.
If you’re looking for whip-smart, satirical storytelling, you can’t go wrong with any of writer Mark Russell’s comic series.