Wednesday, September 28, 2011

WEBCOMIC WEDNESDAY: UPDATE FOR SEPTEMBER 28, 2011

We have two new and exciting titles to preview at Champion City Comics! The first is Coalwater and it is a great Western-themed webcomic that will deliver plenty of action in upcoming issues. The second is The Burning Blade and it will be a great webcomic fix for those of you seeking some zombies with your fantasy tales. We hope you enjoy these two new selections and thank you for supporting Champion City Comics!

COALWATER

Writer: Hugh Orr

Art & Lettering: Hugh Orr & Will Harris

Synopsis: Coalwater is a town ravaged with little-to-corrupt law enforcement. Established circa 1826 in Ohio, Coalwater quickly became a ghost town within a decade. The town experienced a resurgence in 1861 when coal, copper, and iron deposits were discovered. Coalwater's rebirth led to an economic boom which led to widespread violence. We know you'll enjoy this action-packed epic so check out the webcomic below.

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Coal Water                                                                                                   



THE BURNING BLADE

Writer: Bret Kinsey

Art & Lettering: Bret Kinsey & Tun  Myo Hlaing 

SYNOPSIS: An ancient evil has returned to the lands of Thordasha. Daemon Devilwood, an orphan of a decimated race of wood elves, and a young mercenary, Rivek, must battle the hordes of death to face an enemy of unfathomable horror. Will the companions survive the darkness that follows them? Only time will tell in this dark fantasy of revenge, death, and redemption. Check out the webcomic below and enjoy!

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The Burning Blade                                                                                                   

2 comments:

  1. Thanks for all the help and for having us.

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  2. Props to Hugh Orr for the Coal Water comic. Can't wait to see where this goes! Excellent artwork BTW.

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