Wednesday, November 9, 2011

WEBCOMIC WEDNESDAY: UPDATE FOR NOVEMBER 9, 2011

We have three webcomics updates for this week, so please enjoy Dr. Death vs The Zombie, The Red Devil, and Tales From The Future: License Expired.



DOCTOR DEATH VS THE ZOMBIE

Writer: TonyDoug Wright

Artist and Letterer: A. Kaviraj

Dr. Death character based on the story Dr Death vs The Vampire by Aaron Schutz

Champion City Comics is pleased to present the exciting conclusion to Dr Death vs The Vampire. Dr. Death has taken refuge in Las Vegas following a brutal encounter with a vampire clan. However, his refuge is short-lived due to the presence of a zombie that is terrorizing the city.

Have you been checking out this awesome webcomic? No? What is wrong with you?! We have an exciting tale where superheroes, vampires, and a zombie battle it out in Las Vegas. What else do you need?

Check out the latest pages where Maximillian, a vampire leader, has taken some hostages and gained a valuable ally. Doctor Death and Phreaker are in hot pursuit and things are about to get crazier in Sin City.

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THE RED DEVIL

Writer: TonyDoug Wright

Pencils and Inks: Erik Roman

Color and Lettering: Joe Haemmerle

Synopsis: Dublin O'Darby (The Red Devil) is an international crime-fighter who works for Sebastian Coronado, the director of an organization dedicated to combating cartels of evil. Joining The Red Devil is teenage sidekick Charlotte Murphy (Kid Diablo). In the exciting first issue, Red Devil and Kid Diablo track down a dangerous ninja, Silent Noise, who has stolen a mysterious ring which once belonged to a diabolical group of demon worshipers known as the Order of Methalius.

We hope you are enjoying our action-packed series, The Red Devil. This title blends pulp classics, with fast paced action, and a James Bond attitude. Check it out!

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Writers: TonyDoug Wright & A. Kaviraj

Pencils, Inks, and Lettering: A. Kaviraj, Victor Pozzi, Earl Geier, and Isaac Weiss

Champion City Comics is pleased to present Tales From The Future, a sci-fi anthology inspired by the works of Philip K. Dick and classic golden age comic books!

Recommended if you like: Classic sci-fi tales

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