Just days to go before San Diego Comic Con! The big show! And we will be there!

Find your favorite Red Stylo Books in the Small Press Pavilion K-05 (see map below)

More info on the show location and guests go here: www.comic-con.org

Need to know more? Of course you do! We are bringing some great stuff to SDCC this year!

NINJA BEAR is the story of a little bear who is also a ninja, on a quest to save his teacher who was taken by an evil force. On the way, Ninja Bear meets weird creatures, explores amazing places, and occasionally saves the day. The original webcomic is full of mystery, adventure, and comedy, createdand written by Red Stylo Production editor (and long-time friend), Mark Mullaney. We’re excited to bring Issue #1 of his new series to life!

Want a sneak peak at Ninja Bear? Check out the part 1 of the story at the Ninja Bear web comic!

 

Next up?

BAROQUE POP is an eighty-page comics anthology inspired by the music of Lana Del Rey. The book is a carefully curated selection of short form comics and illustrations celebrating love, loss, success, and change by comic creators who came together after finding mutual solace and inspiration in Lana Del Rey’s music.

Baroque Pop is getting a great response from critics and fans alike:

Newsarama says Baroque Pop is “a properly weird tribute” with “sultry crime stories like ‘Summer Sadness’ … …to hazy science fiction like ‘Body Electric’ read the full review here https://www.newsarama.com/34832-best-shots-rapid-fire-reviews-darth-vader-1-batman-24-black-bolt-2-magnus-1-more.html

Graphic Policy: If you like your pop music darker and a little more retro, then the songs of Lana Del Rey and the Baroque Pop anthology are definitely for you. https://graphicpolicy.com/2017/05/16/review-baroquis e-pop-anthology/

 

Crossing – M.C. was feeling pretty good about his brand new job as a DARC train engineer, when the absolute worst happens his very first day: he hits a woman walking alone on the tracks. Occupational hazard? Sure. But worker’s comp doesn’t cover haunting! M.C. is desperate to figure out if Nina is truly a ghost, or just a really annoying figment of his guilty conscience.
Come get Crossing #1 AND #2 (available for the first time anywhere!) at SDCC!

 

Another title that has been killing it is our one-shot Shakespearean horror title Ophelia’s Revenge.
A scorned lover (with a flair for the dramatic) unleashes Shakespeare’s Ophelia, a vengeful spirit who wreaks bloody havoc on a modern-day Renaissance festival. Overgrown with gore, violence, and dark humor, this comic is an homage to the cheeky, bloody horror popularized in classic anthologies like Eerie, Tales From The Crypt, and Vault of Horror. And of course, The Bard himself, William Shakespeare!
Check out what the reviewers are saying about Ophelia’s Revenge:
Samantha from Rogues Portal reviewed and included us as one of their picks of the week! “As a Shakespeare fan, I enjoyed this bizarre, modern-day twist… The story and concept were entertaining and the details were delightful.”
Paul over at thepullbox.com says “Books like this are why I’ve really come to love the fearless approach of indie comics.”
Four titles you NEED to check out! If you’re lucky enough to be at SDCC this week then stop by! Remember Small Press Pavilion K-05!
Oh while I have you here, you know the kickstarter for The Strip is launching on July 24th? Click the link for The Strip for more details!
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