Press Release CO2 Comics knows how to celebrate the Fourth of July as an Independent comics publisher. They release creator owned graphic albums! For the second year in a row CO2 Comics has launched three graphic albums to accompany their first two volumes of David Anthony Kraft’s COMICS INTERVIEW The Complete Collection in their ever growing and respectable catalog.
Way back in the long time ago of 1978, Don Rico created a book called How To Start A Comic Book Empire, that featured Captain Free Enterprise telling the poor schlub on the street how he can make his fame and fortune selling comic books to the throngs of people clamoring for them. With all of those people jumping over each other, even I want to know how I can get a piece of the action. Fortunately, Captain Free Enterprise tells Jim Dodds exactly how it is done, step by step, and how great profits can be made. While Captain
Press Release CO2 Comics publishers Bill Cucinotta and Gerry Giovinco,Â both former publishers of Comico the Comic Company, join with Harmony Gold as it prepares to celebrate the 25th anniversary of ROBOTECH in 2010. CO2 Comics contributors, Mike Leeke, Neil Vokes, Reggie Byers, Rich Rankin and Chris KalnickÂ are among the artists that worked on the ROBOTECH comics originally publishedÂ by Comico in 1985. Their work along with features by other former Comico artists like Bernie Mireault, and Andrew C Murphy have helped make CO2 Comics the hottest new place to view comics on the web.