Martian Lit is proud to release Martian Comics #12, our giant anniversary issue featuring three exciting stories of Martian interaction with Earth! The 65-page issue, also featuring a bunch of extras, is priced at $4.99.
The first story, with art by Sergio Tarquini, Sara Nietto, and R.L. Campos, continues our ongoing serial “The Girl from Mars,” exploring the secret history of the 20th century. This installment concludes the tumultuous 1968 portion of the story.
The second story, “Dinosaurs of Mars!”, explores the Martian fascination with dinosaurs and what it says about Martian evolution. It’s got art by Mansyur Daman, Jason Muhr, Steven Legge, Fahriza Kamaputra, and Andrei Tabacaru,
The third story, with art by Cloves Rodrigues and Fahriza Kamaputra, tells a story set in Medieval Europe, exploring how the Martian enlightenment program affected one of its subjects.
This anniversary issue also features two beautiful pin-ups by Marlena Mozgawa Lenamo and a preview of the Martian Comics spin-off, The Synthetics!
The comic is written by Julian Darius and lettered by Darius and Steven Legge. It’s available on ComiXology now! If you prefer a DRM-free PDF of the comic, it’s available here.
Martian Lit’s comic line began in 2014 and this is our 18th comic overall. We’re building an elaborate mythos, with four series sharing a single sci-fi universe, along with a separate series set in Hell. You can see all of our comics on ComiXology here.
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