ANTARCTIC PRESS JULY 2019 SOLICITATIONS
Cookie and the Kid #1 (of 5) (miniseries, black & white, 32 pgs., $3.99 U.S.)
Story/Art: Alex Kosakowski
Presenting the first issue of a delightful (and delicious) all-ages adventure!
In a hidden faerie kingdom, Cookie, a young misfit elf, is facing big worries for a wee folk: He just wants to eat his favorite food—cookies from the human world—in peace, but other critters are stealing them, after HE stole them fair and square! And now this lost human child and her dog have stumbled into his life, sparking an unexpected journey for them both!
Exciting Comics Extravaganza #1 (one-shot, full color, 100 pgs., $5.99 U.S.)
Story: David Furr
Art: Dell Barras
Antarctic Press’s Superverse has given new life to classic heroes from the public domain, but where did it all begin? In this 100-page extravaganza, we go back decades before the events of Exciting Comics #1, to a time when super heroes were nothing more than characters played by talentless actors. But was it really just an act? Writer David Furr (Exciting Comics and Mobster Graveyard) and veteran artist Dell Barras (Turnbuckle Titans and Rochelle) bring you the murder mystery that opened the doors to the Superverse!
Gold Digger #268 (monthly series, full color, 32 pgs., $3.99 U.S.)
Story/Art: Fred Perry
Penny and Ace have just finished sending invitations for their baby shower, even to all their interdimensional and outer-realm friends, but then Ace notices some unfamiliar names on the guest list, all sharing his wife’s maiden surname. Yes, Ace is about to meet…the IN-LAWS, the ones Penny’s somehow never mentioned. There’s her super-secret agent-director mother, her Doctor Moreau-esque scientist father, her rhyming army chef brother, and her weather-controlling sister. Put them all together, and they might spell “trouble”, and they’re ON THEIR WAY!
Horror Comics #2 (monthly series, b&w, 32 pgs. $3.99)
Story: Bradley Golden
Art: Andrey Lunatik & Mickey Clausen
“Cold Blooded, Part 2”
This issue, as we learn the chilling origins of homicidal ice cream man Thomas Wright, Wright is in pursuit of his own stepson, with detective Benjamin Dunne hot on his murderous trail!
Planet 9 #2 (of 4) (miniseries, full color, 24 pgs., $3.99)
Story: Matt Spradlin
Art: Tariq Hassan
The four alien ambassadors from Planet Nine offer answers to some far-reaching questions, ones we have asked since humans walked the Earth. However, the team of scientists may not like what is revealed to them.
Punchline #9 (monthly, full color, 32 pages, $3.99 U.S.)
Story: Bill Williams
Art: Matthew Weldon
Jessie’s parents come to her after seeing Versema on television, wanting to know if she and the costumed hero are one and the same. Will she lie to them for their own good? And Mel goes on a secret mission, only to run into the villain named GRIDLOCK!
Strong Box: The Big Bad Book of Boon #2 (of 8) (miniseries, full color, 32 pgs., $3.99)
Story: H. Thomas Altman
Art: Sebastian Sala
Trouble is his business. On the heels of the mysterious bug creature, Frank encounters a mentally disabled man who may provide him clues needed to find his next series of answers in eclectic sci-fi author Rosemarie Palewood. Meanwhile, the elusive killer targets his second victim, a woman fallen madly in love with Frank!
Team MOBILE Vol. 2 #2 (of 3) (miniseries, full color, 24 pgs., $3.99 U.S.)
Story: Matthew Spradlin & Jonathan Kendrick
Art: Larry “Spike” Jarrell
“The Rise and Fall of Team MOBILE, Part 2”
Maisy goes rogue looking for revenge on McCready, which puts her on the opposite side of the new recruits in Team Beta. Team MOBILE also gets an updated MindMerge tech to contend with a lethal new version of Cybok!
William the Last: Shadow of the Crown #1 (miniseries, full color, 24 pgs., $3.99 U.S.)
Story/Art: Brian Shearer
As William and company make their way out of the city, he is troubled by imagery in a dream that pushes him down a dangerous path.