Identity Stunt #2 Pummels the Comic Book Marketplace with Explosive ’90s Action and Nostalgia

New characters Pummel Deen and Jackknife Julie bring the bionic pain to Sam and the Studio City P.D.

Pacifica, CA (April 5, 2018) – Identity Stunt debuted last month, blowing down doors as one of the best-reviewed indie titles of the year:

“I have a feeling that as this series gains momentum, it’s going to be a fun ride.”
Paul, The Pullbox

“I am extremely impressed with this book, it’s fun, interesting has the perfect balance of humour and superhero stuff to balance each other out.”
Steven, Reading With A Flightring

Identity Stunt #1 is a fun read and a terrific debut. I’m already pining for the second issue.”
Stephen Vincent D’Emidio, Wonder Alliance

Identity Stunt is original, witty, engaging and loves a lot of the things you love.”

Now, Markosia Enterprises is thrilled to announce the release of Identity Stunt #2…”Marked for Death”!

Professional stuntman Sami “Sam” Nasser is in the spotlight…in the worst of ways! Psychotic ganglord Dominus Smith has mistakenly outed Sam as the alter ego of Studio City’s notorious and unhinged vigilante, Beatdown. There must be some misunderstanding! Studio City P.D. doesn’t think so and have brought our dude Sam in for questioning. With his location now public, bionically-enhanced assassins Pummel Deen and Jackknife Julie come gunning for the man they know as “Beatdown.” There must be some kind of mistake! And if Sam makes it through today, what other horrors may lay in wait? Capturing the bombastic tones of ’80s and ’90s action films, writer Joe R. Khachadourian (Transformers: Mosaic), artist J. Briscoe Allison (Sweet Lullaby), and cover artist Tone Rodriguez (The Snake Plissken Chronicles) bring you a relentless odyssey involving complex characters, a touch of romance, and a fistful of masked lunatics!

“After reading the first issue, then the script for the second, I knew – immediately — that I had to work on this book,” exclaimed new series artist, J. Briscoe Allison. “It was like Joe had peaked inside my head (and heart to a high degree) and wrote a story that he knew I would fall in love with. As an artist, I really wanted to cut loose on something fast-paced with a lot of action, and Identity Stunt delivers on that in spades. And with dialogue this sharp and witty…to put it mildly, I’m having a ball!”

Identity Stunt #2 debuts digitally on April 9th and is available for pre-order now at or comiXology for $1.99. Issue #1 is available in print or digital formats at the same links. A tradepaperback collection of the first four issues will be available in comic and book stores this summer.

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