Now available exclusively through Amazon -- THE TALES OF BASIL AND MOEBIUS, featuring short stories written by award-winning fan-favorite sci-fi authors Timothy Zahn (Star Wars: Heir to the Empire), R[read more...]
It's all-out war as Jazz, Teo, Judas, and White confront the new Mayor and his army of assassins. Old sins are uncovered and new ones committed Jazz chases down the only thing of personal interest: ve[read more...]
He was called a genius, a madman, and God’s own architect. His designs have inspired and bewildered both mathematicians and artists for generations. His monuments defy comparison.
And someone is le[read more...]
Kendrick’s crew has eyes on their terror suspect, Chamza . . . literally. By tapping her very vision through cybernetics implanted in her eyes after her accident, they start to assemble a profile of h[read more...]
No one understands the link between art and music better than our Black Comix Returns feature Stéphane Métayer! Métayer is an artist and writer from Queens, New York. His love of hip-hop and anime inspired him to create Tephlon Funk with the help of illustrators/designers David Tako, Nicolas Safe, and James Stanley
Haunted by his father’s death, NYPD detective Jack Maguire tries to prove himself, placing his own life at risk, but with a few tricks on hand. Winner of the 2014 Glyph Comics Award for “Best Male Character” is today’s Black Comix Returns feature Nowhere Man by Jerome Walford!
A mysterious man named Smith, a crime ridden neighborhood, and the plague of mankind’s inhumanity are the crucial pieces to Victor Dandridge’s comic series “The Samaritan.” Today in the Black Comix Returns Spotlight!
Today we’d like to take a moment to shine the spotlight on John Jennings, one of our Black Comix Returns Creative Directors. To read the story of what spurred a sequel to Black Comix, you’ll have to pick up your copy in stores today!
In Ghost Money No. 8, Chamza takes refuge in her home city carrying the locked suitcase left to her by her mother, filled with 20 year old secrets that may explain the immense fortune she inherited, unbeknownst to her father, the power mad President of the nation. On shelves now!
Happy Valentines Day! We continue our spotlight on Black Comix Returns creators with Avy Jetter (Nuthin Good Ever Happens at 4 A.M.)! Avy uses portraiture as part of a cultural narrative in which storytelling and oral history are paramount to building bridges between generations. You can see more of their work here: nuthingoodat4.com
Also featured in Black Comix Returns is Lion Forge's very own Steenz! Christina 'Steenz' Stewart is the co-creator Archival Quality from Oni Press. She has short comics featured in Elements: Fire and Mine!: A comics anthology benefiting Planned Parenthood. Find more of work here: Art of Steenz
Arie Monroe (Draw Like Crazy) is a caricature artist, animator, comic artist and so much more from Kansas City, MO! Her work focuses on drawing Black women of all sizes, sci-fi, and horror. You can find her work here: drawlikecrazy.net and within the pages of Black Comix Returns!