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Wayne Hall, Wayne’s Comics, Cy Dethan, Cancertown, Indifference Engine, White Knuckle, Case Files of Harlan Falk, Markosia.
FeaturedMarkosia PublishingPodcastWayne's Comics Podcast

It’s time to catch up with one of my favorite UK comics creators, Cy Dethan! Cy has crafted some of the most imaginative stories I’ve ever read, including Cancertown, Slaughterman’s Creed and White Knuckle. This time, we discuss his sequel to Indifference Engine as well as The Case Files of Harlan Falk. Cy talks about projects both past and future, along with how inspiration strikes him with story ideas! Don’t miss it! You can check out his website at this link and the creators page http://www.markosia.com/creators/ at Markosia.com. Everything wraps up with two news items I’m sure you’ll want to

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Raphael Moran, Techno-Mancer, Flee, Marc Borstel, Dream Reavers, Markosia
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A few months back, I got to preview the first chapter of Techno-Mancer by Raph Moran and Marc Borstel. Now that I’ve read the whole graphic novel, I wanted to let folks know just what I thought of the entire story. In that earlier article, I started off with the following idea: If technology didn’t exist at the level we now experience it, many devices we’re used to would seem like magic to us. For example, if someone in the Middle Ages pulled out an iPhone, anyone seeing it would not have any idea how it works. Well, in Raphael

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Raphael Moran, Techno-Mancer, Flee, Marc Borstel, Dream Reavers, Markosia
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If technology didn’t exist at the level we now experience it, many devices we’re used to would seem like magic to us. For example, if someone in the Middle Ages pulled out an iPhone, anyone seeing it wouldn’t have any idea how it works. Well, in Raphael Moran’s latest comic TechnoMancer, that’s something of the trade’s basic premise. The set-up is a little different, though. The book will hit comics shops this month!

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Wayne's Comics, Wayne Hall, Masks and Mobsters, Captain Midnight, Ghosted, MonkeyBrainComics, Detective Comics
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If you’re looking for interesting and unusual takes on superheroes and other comics genres, be sure to pick up Mark Bertolini’s books! This includes Breakneck, Long Gone and Broken, all of which put more realistic spins on super-characters and what they might do when they receive powers “beyond those of mortal men.” It ain’t always pretty, let me tell you! Mark and I also talk about his upcoming projects and about the transition from writing for printed issues to digital. You’ll enjoy hearing what he has to say about the industry today! Then I give brief reviews of the books

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Markosia PublishingTrailerVideo

The Dark is the story of Daniel Abbot, a brilliant young scientist on the fringes of the establishment and the creator of Memetech – a technology that encodes information and memories into a liquid form, allowing anyone to drink the information. Terrified that his invention will be used for military purposes he decides to destroy his research, but not before he takes one last trip … with disastrous results.

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Markosia PublishingSneak PeekVampire

Vampires are all the rage at the moment, which is probably why Tony Lee and Peter-Davis Douglas and Neil Antwerpen have cooked up a sequel to the original Dracula tale called From The Pages of Bram Stoker’s Dracula: Harker. A ghostly visit from the past informs Jonathan Harker that the legacy of Count Dracula isn’t over, for there was one last bride, the Countess Von Gratz, otherwise known as the Countess Dracule, a Vampire never seen in the classic novel – and she intends to travel to London to reap revenge on the people who killed her late husband, as

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MarkosiaMarkosia PublishingSneak PeekStarship Troopers

AAM/Markosia has announced a new Starship Troopers one-shot called War Stories: Tasch, that arrives in stores in December 2008.  War Stories: Tasch is written by Cy Dethan with art by Neil van Antwerpen and Peter-David Douglas. Cy Dethan explains, “‘War Stories: Tasch’ is essentially an “origin” piece. Before signing up for Pathfinder training, Private Naomi Tasch was a specialised sniper, working alongside a Mk-II combat Neodog. Neodogs are genetically and cybernetically altered animals with enhanced intelligence and physical attributes, linked to their handlers through a complex set of implants. During a full-scale planetary evacuation, Tasch’s Neodog partner goes missing and

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AAM/Markosia has announced its latest series, Ritual, will arrive in December.  The series is written by Andy Briggs, with art by Sawn McCauley. Publisher Harry Markos explains, ‘We’ve been working with Andy Briggs for a while now so when he approached me about the possibility of developing some new properties I jumped at the chance! Andy is incredibly talented and prolific with many ongoing projects at the moment, including movies, TV and as a published author of several books. I figured that he’s worth getting involved with now rather than wait until he has the sort of success that I

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Markosia PublishingPress Release

Press Release (San Diego, CA)  For one generation of fans, he is “The King of Memphis” and the guy who slapped Andy Kaufman on Late Night with David Letterman. For another generation of fans, he is the diva-obsessed voice of WWE Monday Night Raw. Now this Hall of Famer looks to add another title to his already impressive resume…. Comic Book Artist.

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Markosia PublishingSneak Peek

AAM/Markosia sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of Starship Troopers #9 that features three stories in one issue.

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Markosia Publishingwebcomic

Another comic publisher is looking to the web to attract new readers as AAM/Markosia has announced it has formed a new web comic division, and will feature Baby Boomers and Digging for Apples as its two kick-off titles. “I am extremely excited by these two new properties,” says publisher Harry Markos. “They are in complete contrast to anything we’ve ever done before. ‘Baby Boomers’ is hilarious, I can only describe it as ‘two babies beating the crap out of each other when their parents aren’t looking!’ ‘Digging For Apples’ is our first foray into Manga — something I have been

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