LION FORGE February 2018 Solicitations

Lion Forge February 2018 cover
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Writer: Joe Casey
Artist: Jefte Palo
Clarence Coal continues his hunt for the missing Alistair Meath, which leads him to a surprising and potentially dangerous meeting of his own. Meanwhile, Kino reunites with his family before being torn apart by a series of dastardly villains under the ever watchful eye of one Aturo Assante, Kino’s greatest villain.
32 pages

Writer: Amy Chu
Artist: Jan Duursema
The road to recovery continues for sole survivor Valentina Resnick Baker, as memories of her girlfriend Kay still haunt her. In between memories of Kay and hallucinations of her fallen teammates, Val must deal with how to save Fiona from the hands of mysterious mercenaries in the Peruvian jungle. Luckily, Val isn’t as alone as she thinks she is, with her ex husband JD and his team of young scientists on her side.
32 pages

Writer: Joe Casey
Artist: Will Rosado
Cover Artist: Sanford Greene
Alex Winters, in an attempt to help the team save the captured Seven, ended up captured himself and in the hands of Professor Whisper. The rest of the team aren’t going to take this lying down, however, and mount another rescue mission to save their would be teammate from being a scientific experiment. The team suits back up, this time with Bo Vincent Chen joining them for reasons all his own.
32 pages

Writer: David Walker, Sheena C. Howard
Artist: Ray-Anthony Height
Cover Artist: Nilah Magruder
Joined by a familiar face, Kayla and Jonah are not equally pleased with the success of their rescue mission. Ready to rush back in, Kayla finds herself at odds with the group, especially the still mysterious Abbie who’s been playing her cards a little too close to the chest. Kayla and Jonah find themselves in a bind as trust is broken and new secrets come to light.
32 pages

Writer: Joe Casey
Artist: Damion Scott
Cover Artist: ChrisCross
After meeting with Althea, a brilliant scientist who recruits Daniel to test the limits of his speedster powers, Daniel finds himself a long way from the warm waters of his home and greeted by the polar ice caps of Antarctica. Meanwhile, back home, George Hayes has begun building his own business network of mercenaries. The more Daniel learns about being Accell, the more the reality around him begins to shift. 32 pages

Writer: Brandon Thomas
Artist: Roger Robinson
Cover Artist: Khary Randolph
The dust around David Powell’s memories has finally cleared, and he has finally reunited with his wife Astrid. Now able to rejoin his family, David takes a moment to breathe in his new life. But with new chances come new responsibilities for both David and Astrid, as they navigate the lingering secrets between them and David’s newly found status as a hero figure.
32 pages

Writer: Dave Scheidt
Artist: Scoot McMahon, Sean Dove
Cover Artist: Scoot McMahon
It’s the night of the creepie Kewpie! There’s a haunted baby doll stalking Milo, and he’s the only one who can see how evil it really is! When his mom and stepsister are lured in by the Kewpie’s chubby cheeks, how can Milo possibly escape? Wrapped Up No.5 features a backup story drawn by Coleman Engle (Steven Universe).
32 pages

Writer/Artist: Alberto Varanda
Little Pierrot—a young boy with a large imagination—and his friendly snail make plans to explore the boundaries of space in this magical and surreal adventure.
- A fresh and innovative blend of comic book and children's book, perfect for beginning or reluctant readers!
- Volume 1 was an Angoulême Festival official selection, in the Youth category
52 pages

Writer: Thierry Smolderen
Artist: Dominique Bertail
In the wake of the Dubai disaster, Chamza takes refuge in her home city of Tashkent, carrying the locked suitcase left to her by her mother, filled with twenty year old secrets that may explain the immense fortune she inherited, unbeknownst to her own father, the power mad President of the nation...
32 pages

Writer: Raule
Artist: Roger
Rebuilding their lives in the aftermath of the recent drama, Jazz, Teo, and Laura enjoy a fleeting period of tranquility that is shattered by the arrival of one of Judas’s rivals from the North. They are unwittingly dragged into a gang war directed from the cold nature of Iceland...
32 pages

Writer: John Jennings
A celebration of African American independent comic art and culture, curated and compiled by New York Times bestselling authors John Jennings (Eisner winner for The Blacker the Ink) and Damian Duffy (Octavia Butler's Kindred), featuring art and essays from nearly 100 prominent African American comic creators in the field today.
A brand new collection following the first out of print but in demand Black Comix collection first published in 2010, featuring all new content from an all new collection of contributing professionals, analyzing and celebrating the scene today.
200 pages

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