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ComixTribeContestPress Release

PRESS RELEASE: ComixTribe has announced that it is seeking 6-Word “Surf Noir” stories to join those submitted by Ed Brisson (The Violent, Sheltered), Christopher Sebela (High Crimes, We(l)come Back), Duane Swierczynski (The Black Hood), and more, to be featured in the pages of CHUM, a new series debuting in April.

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ComixTribe has announced it is launching Chum, a new mini-series, in April.

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2000 AD and ComixTribe have both announced they will not participate in Free Comic Book Day 2016.

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ComixTribeSolicitations

ComixTribe sent Major Spoilers the cover images and solicitation information for titles arriving in September 2015.

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ComixTribeKickstarterPress Release

Press Release For the first time ever, ComixTribe has made its entire library of comics and graphic novels available at a steep discount, exclusively for backers of THE STANDARD Ultimate Collection Kickstarter Campaign.

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ComixTribeSolicitations

In August, ComixTribe launches a new Oxymoron series by John Lees, Tyler James, and Alex Cormak. The publisher sent Major Spoilers the cover images and solicitation information about the new series, and the first trade paperback.

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Press Release Today, ComixTribe proudly announced it will bring the four-part science fiction adventure series EXIT GENERATION by Sam Read (Find) and Caio Oliveira (Super Ego), with covers by artist Ramon Villalobos (Marvel’s Original Sins) to the direct market.

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Press Release ComixTribe will once again be claiming key real estate in the small press section of the 2014 New York Comic Con , and has just announced two exclusives debuting at the show.

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ComixTribeFeaturedReview

And Then Emily Was Gone is a strange new face in horror comics, and possibly one well worth your time, depending on your artistic tastes. And Then Emily Was Gone is a strange new face in horror comics, and possibly one well worth your time, depending on your artistic tastes. AND THEN EMILY WAS GONE #2 Story: John Lees Art: Iain Laurie Colors: Megan Wilson Letters: Colin Bell Cover Artist: Iain Laurie, Nick Pitarra Publisher: ComixTribe Price: $1.99 Previously, in And Then Emily Was Gone: Ex-cop Greg Hellinger was booted from the force for seeing monsters everywhere he looked. He

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ComixTribe sent Major Spoilers the cover images and solicitation information for titles arriving in May 2014.

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comic conventionComixTribeNew York Comic ConPress Release

Press Release On the final day of the 2013 New York Comic Con independent comic book publisher, ComixTribe, announced OXYMORON: The Loveliest Nightmare, the fourth of four new titles to be released in 2014 revealed at the convention.

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Want a totally different take on the zombie genre? ComixTribe announced Cuddlers at the New York Comic Con, one of four new titles from the company.

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comic conventionComixTribeNew York Comic ConPress Release

Press Release Two days before the New York Comic Con opens, ComixTribe has announced its plans for the big show, including a number of creator signings and a NYCC Exclusive book! Tyler James (The Red Ten, Oxymoron, EPIC), John Lees (The Standard, And Then Emily Was Gone), and Joe Mulvey (SCAM) will be at the ComixTribe booths #1170-1172 in the Small Press Alley on the main show floor.

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Super powers.  Every geeky teenage boy dreams of having them.  Tyler James, creator of Red Ten, brings us Epic, the story of Eric Ardor.  A sixteen year old who acquires super powers through a lab accident.  Sound too familiar?  Well his “kryptonite” happens to be girls.  Read on for the review!

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