The 79th issue of Self-Publisher Magazine! is here.
This November 2014 issue is one packed with information. Inside you will find in-depth interviews with:
Aghori Shaivite and Chuck Amadori Mark C. Frankel Michael L. Peters Kenton Daniels Neville Hiatt
Also included in this issue:
Sneak Peek! Empress A Written View by Douglas Owen
Published by Ian Shires, Dimestore... [click here for more]
Some missing people shouldn't be found. Niles and Rose reach some answers in Zia's disappearance, but at great cost.
A Cruel Productions and Isle Squared Comics co-production. Master of the macabre Aghori Shaivite places his Aghori-verse character Empress Zia in the hands of writer Chuck Amadori for a collaboration sure to make waves in the comic industry. Empress is a noir tale set in the 1930s... [click here for more]
Niles gets more than he bargained for when he finally finds Zia. This issue wraps up the Starlet Lost arc.
A Cruel Productions and Isle Squared Comics co-production. Master of the macabre Aghori Shaivite places his Aghori-verse character Empress Zia in the hands of writer Chuck Amadori for a collaboration sure to make waves in the comic industry. Empress is a noir tale set in the 1930s detailing... [click here for more]
Issues 1-4, the STARLET LOST arc takes place primarily circa 1890-1930. The stylized noir tale details the search for missing silent film queen Zia. As investigator Niles Lance is about to discover, sometimes it's better for the missing to stay missing.
Silent film starlet, Zia, has disappeared before her last film could be completed. The Studio has hired cocky Private Eye Niles Lance to locate... [click here for more]
Subject K learns more about the underground Resistance, which has come under attack by the Pale Man's forces. Spez's condition proves to be more complicated than Dr. Layne initially thought. Subject K decides to set out on his own, with disastrous results. Meanwhile, on Pale Man's station, Dr. Vernon continues her work trying to synthesize Alternium. Pale Man reveals some new sensations as he tries... [click here for more]
The first arc comes to a close as Pale Man lays out his plan for Subject K. The Resistance decodes some game-changing intelligence. Subject K looks for an ally on the station. WX releases some of his rage.
Pale Dark - Voted one of the Best Indie Comic Series of 2014 by www.comicbastards.com
"We have really just seen the proverbial tip of the iceberg and I know I for one am quite... [click here for more]
Collected edition. Pale Dark: Issues 1-5. Follow Subject K as he is tortured and experimented on by the mysterious Pale Man.
Issue 1 - Subject K meets the Pale Man. Detained and tortured for reasons unknown. He meets his cell mates, both men driven crazy by years of torture.
Issue 2 - Subject K gets help from a surprising source.
Issue 3 - Escaped and on the run, Subject K and Spez... [click here for more]
Pale Dark: Issue 6 E.G.H.I.K. - Part 1
Hoping to find something useful, Subject K and Colt do some recon. Meanwhile, Pale Man is busy trying to find another source for Doctor Vernon's research. Colt tells Subject K about his past. Doc Layne and Leo try to help Spez.
Alex Reis takes over on line art, while Matheus Bronca continues supplying the gorgeous colors.
Pale Dark - Voted one of the Best... [click here for more]
Octal is a curated catalog of comic pitch packets. With packets built around 8-page pilot stories, Octal reads like a comic anthology with bonus features while bringing some much needed transparency to the pitching process. Octal Volume 3 contains:The Foundling
After an epidemic decimated the human population, a pregnant teen and a young boy must scavenge... [click here for more]