LEGEND OF THE SCARLET BLADES
Story / Art / Cover: Saverio Tenuta
November 08 / 200 Pages / FC / M / Hard Cover / $29.95
Raido, a young amnesic Ronin - a masterless Samurai - roams about in a quest for his memories. His first stop is the city that talks to the sky, the ultimate stronghold against the ice invading the land of the rising sun. There, he meets Meiki, a graceful puppeteer and storyteller of charms. Legend of the Scarlet Blades, as painted by the tormented and airy style of Saverio Tenuta, is a series whose universe is inspired by feudal Japanese history and traditions, full of breathtaking settings and populated by a myriad of wondrous mythical beings.
Story /Art / Cover: Gregory Mardon
November 15 / 116 Pages / B&W / M / / Soft Cover / $14.95
A poetic tale of a life at sea, exploring how travel, adventure, and chance encounters can shape future generations. Gregory Mardon pays a heartfelt homage to his grandfather, who left from Northern France in the 1930s to enlist in the French Navy and went on countless globe-spanning adventures. A story full of tenderness, humor, and melancholy, told with keen insight and intimacy.
Art / Cover: Jorge Miguel
November 22 / 96 Pages / FC / M / Hard Cover / $29.95
"Outcast!" The sentence is handed down as the iron brand burns Kolhen's arm. Now, instead of his warrior tattoo, the young man wears the mark of the rejected, the "outcasts" as they are known on the planet Absalon. Determined to prove his innocence and to get revenge on those who framed him, Kolhen escapes captivity with the help of the fiery Tryana, another of society's pariahs. On his quest, Kolhen meets a mysterious woman with golden hair, who's armed with strange and powerful weaponry, and who claims to be an envoy from another planet: Earth.