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Disgraced British soldier, Nick Ellis, returns from the Falklands War a wounded junkie in need of a job. As the days pass with no hope, Nick descends into a needle-pocked hell just when a new blood disease begins to ravage the streets of London.

The AIDS epidemic hit in the 1980s and has since taken the lives of millions all over the world. A disrespector of class or creed, the disease has cut down some of our brightest lights, just a swiftly as it swept through the poor, misunderstood and forgotten. “Invisible Man” is a tribute to the Queen song of the same name, as well as to the nameless and faceless who suffer as much victims of social ignorance as from this terrible disease.

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The most dramatic story in this collection, “Invisible Man” is the fifth story in KILLER QUEEN, A COMIC ANTHOLOGY inspired by the discography of Queen. Story by James M. Calrk; art by Alex Cormack. This story will be included in our print collection, due for release October 8th. The digital version is available to download right now in our online store and also features a BONUS PAGE from “Lazy Sunday”, a KILLER QUEEN mini-series from Josh Hechinger and Cliodhna Ztoical!


James M. Clark is a 26 year old writer of comics and short stories from Guelph, Ontario. He was once called an ambassador to Canada by a former Prime Minister, but that status was revoked when he asked if the PM’s first name was Optimus.

For a brief moment in 1982, Alex Cormack was the youngest human being on Earth. Now he is an illustrator/animator living in Waltham MA. His work has been seen in such publications as The Poe Twisted Anthology, Azteca, The Chikara Web Comic, The Minimum Paige Anthology, Hellbound 2 Anthology, Image Comics’s Skull-kickers, and the upcoming Oxymoron Anthology from Comix Tribe. He is also married to the world famous artist, Ashley Cook, who helped color The Hamelin Murders and the short Dead Men’s Story.

Mr. Cormack encourages everyone to look up his website for more information,

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A tribute to the greatest band in Rock-n-Royalty, KILLER QUEEN features twenty-seven works from over forty artists and writers, challenged to rock out to their favorite Queen track and use it as inspiration for an original short comic or vignette. Download this story now, or pre-order the print edition in our online store. You can also subscribe to Red Stylo and receive all the stories and special features on Patreon!

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