Crossed: Badlands #74 In Stores

The final issue of Crossed: Badlands before C-Day is out in comic shops today.  David Hine revisits Japan to tell a story that spun out of his dark “Gore Angels” tale.  Now the unexpected and violent conclusion to “5 Bloody … Continue reading

Avatar Press New to ComiXology 3/25/15

These are the new Avatar Press digital comics coming to ComiXology on Wednesday 3/25/15: Crossed: Badlands #74 PRODUCT DESCRIPTION:      In the fatal conclusion to the arc, costumes and disembowelment are the order of the day as David Hine takes … Continue reading

Avatar Press New to Comic Shops 3/25/15

These are the new Avatar Press comics hitting comic shops on Wednesday 3/25/15: Crossed: Badlands #74 PRODUCT DESCRIPTION:      In the fatal conclusion to the arc, costumes and disembowelment are the order of the day as David Hine takes … Continue reading

Avatar Press New to ComiXology 3/4/15

Avatar Press digital books new to ComiXology Wednesday 3/4/15: Crossed: Badlands #73 PRODUCT DESCRIPTION:      The Crossed sickness spread over every continent and city. David Hine returns to the outbreak in Japan to spin a tale of misery as several friends … Continue reading

Avatar Press New to Comic Shops 3/4/15

Avatar Press books new to comic shops Wednesday 3/4/15: Crossed: Badlands #73 PRODUCT DESCRIPTION:      The Crossed sickness spread over every continent and city. David Hine returns to the outbreak in Japan to spin a tale of misery as … Continue reading

Avatar Press New to ComiXology 2/18/15

These are the new Avatar Press digital comics coming to ComiXology on Wednesday 2/18/15: Crossed: Badlands #72 PRODUCT DESCRIPTION:      Around every corner is a grinning madman waiting to commit the worst atrocities imaginable to you. David Hine takes a new … Continue reading

Avatar Press New to Comic Shops 2/18/15

These are the new Avatar Press books coming to local comic shops on Wednesday 2/18/15: Crossed: Badlands #72 PRODUCT DESCRIPTION:     Around every corner is a grinning madman waiting to commit the worst atrocities imaginable to you. David Hine … Continue reading