SCOUT COMICS August 2017 Solicitations

Scout Comics August 2017 cover
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LITTLE GUARDIANS #5
Written by Ed Cho, Illustrated by Lee Cherolis
Full Color. 32 pages. $3.99
UPC: 85999000239200511
The fantasy adventure continues!  LITTLE GUARDIANS tells the story of a young girl who must discover the truth behind her connection with the spirit world and in the process save her village from a dangerous cult.  In this issue Tane does battle with a dangerous anger demon in the middle of town.  Crushed by his failure at The Zucchini Festival, Idem must gather his courage to fight alongside his father and save the village. Combining humor with big adventure LITTLE GUARDIANS is a fun-filled all-ages romp.
 
 

MINDBENDER #4
Written by James Pruett; Illustrated by Federico De Luca; Cover art by Federico De Luca
Full Color. 32 pages. $3.99
UPC: 85999000241500411
Alex finds himself at the mercy of Dr. Tramontano and the Think Tank as they attempt to utilize his abilities to open dimensional portals, but for what reasons? The truth behind the death of Alex’s parents is revealed. The battle for control of Alex’s mind in the other-dimensional realm that he spent 16 years while in a catatonic state rages. Meanwhile, who is the mysterious figure that observes Alex’s struggle in the world between worlds in a realm of his own creation and what role will he play in this inner conflict? How does Elvis tie in to everything? The reality warping psychological thriller continues.
 
 

SMOKETOWN #4
Written by Phillip Kennedy Johnson, Illustrated by Scott Van Domelen
Full Color, 32 pages, $3.99
UPC: 85999000238504111   
Two brothers come to the United States looking for a better life, but their American Dream is stolen by a labor trafficker. When one of their fellow laborers is victimized, the brothers take the law into their own hands. The next chapter in this hard-hitting, thought-provoking new series from acclaimed writer Phillip Kennedy Johnson (Warlords of Appalachia, Last Sons of America).
 
 

SOLAR FLARE #5
Written by James Haick III, Illustrated by Branko Jovanovic, and Color Art by Song Ye
Full Color, 32 pages, $3.99
UPC: 85999000240800511 
Underlying relationships are revealed as the tangled web of events continues to be spun. Alliances are uncovered and pasts are revealed, and what lies beyond that curtain is far more dangerous than anyone could have expected. In less that twenty-four hours, Jake Clifford and his group have been tested to their very cores. Who will act the hero in a world ravaged with villains? Will their secrets be their undoing? Will they sacrifice everything for those they love? Find out what happens in this gut-wrenching, emotional issue of SOLAR FLARE!
 
 

TINKERS OF THE WASTELAND #3
Written and illustrated by Raul Trevino. Dialogue Editing, Robert Diamond.
Black and White, 32 pages, $3.99
UPC: 85999000242200311
The Tinkers fall into the hands of Fly, a fearless cannibal who is also after the chickens so now they have one more problem to deal with it. Meanwhile, King Queer is getting ready to depart with all the chickens he and his gang could gather, but they are about to have to encounter the menace on their way. Some say it’s horrible, disgusting and beautiful like a sexy eggplant and some others say that it’s marvelous. Whatever it looks like, it’s still a menace that could be part of a catastrophic event that may destroy what it remains of humanity.
 

HEAVENLY BLUES #2
Written by Ben Kahn and Illustrated by Bruno Hidalgo
Full Color. 32 pages. $3.99
UPC: 85999000244600211
Isaiah and Erin have been given the opportunity of an after-lifetime – steal a sacred treasure from an Archangel, and earn themselves a place in Heaven.  But to pull off the job, they’ll need to scour the afterlife for the greatest thieves in eternity, including a feudal era ninja with serious substance abuse problems, a Wild West outlaw bored out of his skull, and an Egyptian grave robber pressed into slavery for her crimes.  But with the forces of Hell hunting them down, can these two thieves gather their team in time?

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