Past the sleeping moat monster, through the rusted sewer gate…our mysterious assassin is one step closer to the King!
Next: The Other Throne
Hey everyone! Sorry for the long hiatus.
No excuses. Just life and other things popping up. Koko got an incredible project he couldn’t pass up, and I’ve been busy working on other projects. (See below.)
But rest assured, more TOTD is in the works. I’m way ahead on scripts and Koko is returning to pages now. I hope to announce the return of regularly scheduled updates soon, but want to make sure you get a nice chunk of uninterrupted story before I do.
In the meantime, here’s a preview of SCAM #1, a book I edited and am publishing, by the super talented Joe Mulvey. COMPLETELY different than Tears of the Dragon, but just as fun.
Regular TOTD updates will resume again October 24, 2011. My apologies for the short hiatus, but I’ve been forced to put time into preparing for the New York Comic Con next week. If you’re attending the show, definitely stop by the ComixTribe Booth #2537, where I’ll be signing copies of Tears of the Dragon and other books.
ComixTribe Takes Manhattan features an extended first look at EPIC #1. Written by ComixTribe publisher Tyler James and drawn by Matt Zolman, EPIC is the story of a teenager who gains incredible super powers, only to learn he has but one weakness…beautiful girls.
Also featured in this release are first looks at:
THE RED TEN #1 by Tyler James and Cesar Feliciano, a superhero murder mystery that’s Agatha Christie’s “And Then There Were None” meets “The Justice League,” and features a NYCC exclusive cover by CP Wilson, III (Stuff of Legend).
The STANDARD #1 & #2 by John Lees and Jonathon Rector, the first two issues of the award-nominated story of an elderly superhero who comes out of retirement to avenge the death of his former sidekick.
RUNNERS # 1 by Steve Forbes and Mac Radwanski, a horror book that asks, “In a world over-run by zombies, with humanity on the brink of destruction, what the #$%! are vampires supposed to eat?”
ComixTribe can be found at Booth #2537 in the small press section.
Or read it online right here: http://bit.ly/CT_NYCC_O
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