Future Proof

Future Proof


"Future Proof #1 is a thought-provoking tale about the perils of time travel, and has this reader eager for more."-kastorskorner.com

"...the art, the writing, the concept itself just gets better and better. Buy this one. This one gets a very well deserved 5 out of 5 stars!" -whatchareading.com

"…I can say without a doubt that if you are a fan of the X-Files or any of the numerous shows that have aired in the last few years that take on some of society’s greatest mysteries then this is a comic series you will not want to pass up!"- PREVIEWSworld.com

Wednesday, November 12, 2014

Future Proof #1 (colored) is now available for digital download on DriveThruComics ...and on sale too!

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DriveThruComics selected I Play the Bady Guy #1 for their Pick of the Week!

DriveThruComics selected issue #1 for their Pick of the Week! They also rated the issue 4.5 out 5 stars! Head over there now for a really great deal on a digital copy.

Tuesday, November 04, 2014

Future Proof #3 is now available for pre-order!

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Publisher: BLISS ON TAP
(W) Brian Phillipson, Alex Murillo (A/CA) Alex Cormack
This on-going, bi-monthly time-traveling adventure continues as we experience a day-in-the-life of agents James Rison and Simon Magus while they visit Wall Street during the infamous stock market crash of 1929 and accidentally cause the mass banker suicide. They then travel to 1919, get drunk with Babe Ruth and blackmail the Red Sox owner into trading Ruth to the Yankees.  Meanwhile, the mysterious Umbrella Man meets with a young Lee Harvey Oswald. Any wrong move will change the future as we know it!
Item Code: NOV141061
In Shops: 1/28/2015
SRP: $3.99

Friday, October 31, 2014

Nice review of I Play the Bad Guy #1 by whatchareading.com

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Review – I Play The Bad Guy #1 – Visceral Superhero Action & Suspence

Review - I Play The Bad Guy #1 - Visceral Superhero Action & Suspence
So if you were a super hero, a government created, trained, and sanctioned superhero who you decided you were through, how would you go out? What if that same government had taken away your only child. Made her part of the same machine that created trained and chewed you up. How would you react?
Well if your anything like Frank Adams you get a little pissed.IPTBG#1 - 2
After years of faithful service to the government that created him Frank is on a new mission, of his own choosing this time, to find the daughter they’ve taken from him. And his old allies better watch out. He’s through playing the hero, now he’s the bad guy.
This is a great first outing for writer Andy Arnott, he’s created a rich deep world with lots of great story potential. It starts quick, draws you in and doesn’t let up till the last page. And pairing a story like this with Alex Cormack‘s art was a really good choice. Alex has a flair for mixing very normal scenes with utter brutality seamlessly. More than once I was shocked as I went from panel to panel and page to page.
It did suffer from the usual issue one problems though, there’s a lot of back story here though I think Alex does a great job of presenting it. And if the aim was to make me want issue 2 immediately he nailed it on the head. I’m definitely along for the ride. I want to know why Frank is done being a hero, why they took his daughter, and I want to see what he’ll do to get her back. Bet you will too.
I Play The Bad Guy gets 4 out of 5 (I’m betting on a 5 star rating for the full mini series!)
IPTBG#1 - 3 IPTBG#1 - 4 IPTBG#1 - 5
I Play the Bad Guy #1 (of 6)
Writer: Arnott, Andy
Artist: Cormack, Alex
Cover Artist: Cormack, Alex
Price: $3.99
UPC: 748252093158
On Sale: October 29, 2014
Diamond Id: AUG141133
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