On 3/1/22 G-Man Comics returns with 6 comics in the Rise of The G-Men Kickstarter.
Simon N. Kirby #5, Invictus: Outrage #1, Lynx #1, Sgt. Flag #1 and Taranis, The Thunderloard #1.
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INVICTUS: OUTRAGE #1
Our story opens in 2006 as the teenage superhero, Willa Yancey—still known as Invictus—steps up to fill the gap left by the Decimation, when Earth lost more than one out of every ten superheroes battling the alien menace of the Skerlings. None of the world’s supervillains had been sacrificed. Now New Acadia is facing an emerging threat. Savage beast-men are prowling the back streets and the wooded paths of Great Meadow Park. Lycanthrops? Mutants? Where are they coming from? Who or what is behind them?
In the aftermath of “I Want You” (G-Men United #1), modern day Willa continues the tale she began in “Who is Outrage?” from G-Men United #2. Join Agent Kirby in learning the origin of New Acadia’s strongest meta-human—Outrage—as she and her roommate Dena Wolf seek to solve the mystery of the Beast-Men of New Acadia.
Story by Jim Burrows | Art by Gilbert Monsanto | Letters by Eric N. Bennett | 20 pages
This issues two backup features tie in with Jim’s recently released novel The Demon Priest. (The Demon Priest himself appeared in G-Man 3in1, issues #1 & 2.)
Backup story 1: Lileilah’s Story, Part 1
The story of Lileilah, the Fallen Angel, starts uncountable Æons ago in the Celestial Garden where she prepared sentient sparks to be born into the world, looked over by the guardian Watchers. Then the Watchers and Lileilah herself begin their fall.
Story: Jim Burrows | Art: Mel Ford | Letters: Eric N. Bennett | 2 pages
Backup story 2: The Night Lili
Three decades after the Demon Wars, one of the Lilim, the children of Lilith, reappears in New Acadia destined to battle the heroes of Jim Burrows’ novel, The Demon Priest. Her story starts here.
Story: Jim Burrows | Art: Arnaldo dos Santos Ferreira Júnior | Letters: Eric N. Bennett | 6 pages
Covers: Alan Faria, Steven Butler, and Tom Grindberg | A 32-page comic