SECOND SIGHT’S NEWEST COMIC BOOK MINI-SERIES WARNS OF THE INHERENT DANGERS OF FACISM WHILE UTILIZING A FAMILIAR GENRE JUST BEFORE THE 2022 MIDTERMS
Second Sight Publishing is opening eyes again with their newest signing! NO OTHER GODS is a five-issue mini-series set to be released just after July 4th, 2022 and will conclude just a few days before the 2022 midterm elections in the United States in November of the same year. The series is set in a world with enhanced powered beings but other than that tale of fantasy, the series is grounded in the reality of a politically divided nation.
“At Second Sight, we are a company run by creators working to set the fantastic visions of other creators free and in NO OTHER GODS, we saw a vision that needed to be shared,” said Bradley Golden the CEO, President & Founder of Second Sight Publishing. “We are extremely excited about the series and while we realize it is politically charged, we feel the content is worth the potential controversy!”
“Neil and I couldn’t be happier with this partnership with Mr. Golden and Mr. Roberts & the entire team at Second Sight,” stated NO OTHER GODS Co-Creator Chuck Satterlee. “We’re going to work diligently to bring a fantastic story to them with amazing art and awesome guest variant cover artists like Michael Avon Oeming (POWERS) & Steven Bryant (ATHENA VOLTAIRE) so when that logo is affixed, it is the best comic it can be!”
NO OTHER GODS is co-created by Chuck Satterlee (writer) & Neil van Antwerpen (artist). The series will be colored by Mickey Clausen (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles) and lettered by industry legend, Tom Orzechowski. (Spawn, X-Men and just about everything else)
Second Sight Publishing was founded by Bradley Golden in 2016. Second Sight Publishing strives to build a catalog of new, intriguing, exciting and enjoyable titles that draw in our readers and keep fans engaged. Black owned and operated, Second Sight gives independent creator/owners of all ethnicity and genders a voice and a way to get their creations seen by a larger, more diverse audience.