When the King of the Fey dies from the Black Plague, his angry young heir, Twylyth Tegg, vows to save his people by any means necessary. That same night, we meet our hero, Robb Aubert, a fearful friar of the Jedburgh Forest who has lost his faith and fellow friars to the dreaded plague. Driven by a mysterious note from the German Bishop of Hildesheim, Friar Robb is about to catch the last boat leaving... [click here for more]
When a kind English friar on the Scottish border cares for an injured fairy he believes to be human, he becomes an unwitting pawn in a war between the Catholic Church and the ancient and vengeful spirit creatures known as the Aos Sí. ... [click here for more]
Our heroes are pursued through the English Channel after Moray calls on the power of the Ark of the Covenant to spread pestilence across England. Meanwhile, in the cold North Sea, ancient magic awakens the legendary Kraken, forcing the selkies of Iceland to come to Robb's aid. But it's “out of the frying pan and into the fire" when old feuds reawaken between Tegg, a Scottish spirit warrior,... [click here for more]
Flesh-eating trolls, demonic field spirits and dead clergy collide in the Black Forest of Germany as our unlikely heroes find themselves trapped in this shocking chapter of the Plague saga.... [click here for more]
Our heroes' innocence ends in this stunning conclusion of their epic quest for redemption and refuge.
When a mortal wound threatens their entire mission, the creatures of legend must call on the life-draining magic of the ancient forest for salvation. But this brings forth a horde of undead huntsmen who take our hero and our villain to the land of the afterlife! The dead are the least of our heroes'... [click here for more]
Markosia's critically acclaimed series returns with a vengeance in issue six - Canaanite giants from the Bible, hidden valleys in the alps and one very angry Krampus! The bubonic plague collides with mystical beings as our heroes inch closer to their goal of destroying the most powerful institution in medieval Europe. Drawing from history, folklore, and fantasy, Plague issue six takes the series down... [click here for more]
Catholic assassin priests. Demonic, sword-wielding Scottish fairies. Pacifist Norwegian trolls. Germanic grain devils.
All this and more in Markosia Comics’ critically acclaimed, limited series, PLAGUE, collected for the first time with never-before-seen bonus pages.
The Black Death was a real-life plague that swept through Europe in the 1300s, killing millions across the continent. But it... [click here for more]