SCOUT COMICS August 2019 Solicitations

Scout Comics August 2019 cover
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Written by Adem Kiamil and Illustrated by Ton Lima
Full Color, 32 pages, $3.99
Sanaxus step up the manhunt for the One Percenters that escaped Eden. One of the groups being hunted find themselves making new friends in the city. Neve and the others try to come to terms with the harsh reality of their new situation at Omega and Freya proves that she can handle herself!


Written by Sheldon Allen and Illustrated by Armin Ozdic 
Full Color, 32 pages, $3.99
For the first time in his lucrative and deadly career, Lucas fails to complete an assignment. With his mysterious employers enraged, Lucas seeks possible answers from a most unexpected person, while Jessica receives troubling news related to one of her assets in Mexico.


Written by Alexander Banchita and Illustrated by Robert Ahmad
Full Color, 32 pages, $3.99
It's Salem Massachusetts, the year is 1987, and two teens have been found dead, brutally murdered, but not by a man. When gruesome murders become a common occurrence in this sleepy town it is evident that the Headless Horseman has returned Two brothers, recently arrived in Salem, Massachusetts, find themselves in a centuries-old battle between the Knights Templar, whose task it is to banish all magic from Salem and the Headless Horseman, the one originally responsible for turning the women of Salem into witches.. All Hell breaks loose when the two brothers discover they are closer to his true identity then they realize.


Written and Illustrated by Peter Ricq
Full Color, 152 pages, $17.99
Collecting the complete four issues of Volume Two of the long-awaited sequel to the post-apocalyptic break-out hit! Set in 1830’s Germany where creatures from another world have conquered our land. Six years have passed since Ingrid and Fritz have ventured out of their hometown. After their long search for other survivors, they finally make their discovery. The problem is the survivors are worse than the monsters that roam the land. A fantasy, sci-fi, action, period piece rolled into one epic package. A tale for little and big ones.


Written by Andrea Amenta and Illustrated by Stefano Cardoselli
Full Color, 32 pages, $3.99
The newest entry in the new BINGE! Imprint where Scout releases a World Premiere issue followed by the entire story a few months later in one volume. Jason is the last of his army on the surface of an enormous planet, with his massive permanent mecha-suit — a sentient death-machine called Love — as his only companion. The armies of several planets and corporations have clashed there, annihilating each other over the resources of the planet in a seemingly never-ending war. Jason’s only desire is to make it home to his wife, Grace. After a long and dangerous journey, he will find a way back to earth — and to an awful truth.


Written and Illustrated by Elaine Tipping
Black and White, 120 pages, $14.99
Special BINGE! Imprint trade paperback where Scout releases a World Premiere issue followed by the entire story in a collected volume! Three princesses, Celyse, Linne and Hana, are each happily in love, until their betrotheds are taken from them by three evil queens. Brought together by circumstance, they band together and set off on their quest. Fighting their way through monsters, an unfriendly forest, and finally a showdown at an abandoned castle, the three women must work together to overcome everything in their way, defeat the queens and rescue those they love.


Written by Michael Gordon and Illustrated by Francisco Munoz
Full Color, 32 pages, $3.99
Eli Winter now knows his estranged son, Joseph, was responsible for busting up Nikolai Dubrovsky's drug lab, killing his men and taking merchandise and money in the process. He has a decision to make- protect his son from the wrath of the Rasplata Rytsari, who are sure to find out what he did sooner rather than later, or feed him to the wolves. Meanwhile, in an effort to eliminate a suspect, Dubrovsky approaches his main rival in Kapotnya's criminal underworld, Vasily Andropov, the leader of the violent Chistyye Krovi gang. Then there's the wild card that is Dubrovksy's son, Alexei, a volatile upstart who hates Eli with a passion and has been looking for an excuse to cut him out of his father's operation for years.


Written and Illustrated by Don Aguillo
Full Color, 32 pages, $3.99   
“Threshold”. The legend of the soul thief unravels and is intertwined with Pasif’kah’s dark underground.  Meanwhile, Balthazar and Frix take Echo under their wing to soften the sting of their current unsettling circumstances.  Queen Zakaiah reaches the final stages of the first Trial of Jasser as they attempt to thwart Echo’s mother’s descent into gravely mysterious illness, which warrants a deadly attempt at a particularly challenging exorcism. 


Written by James Haick III and Illustrated by Branko Jovanovic
Full Color, 32 pages, $3.99
Catastrophe has struck the Ringling College Campus and Jake and his group are looking for a way out.  The New Americans have the upper hand but the odds have tilted thanks to the arrival of actual US soldiers. Will Jake and company make it out alive and where will they head to next Tampa or Zephyrhills? Find out in the epic season finale of SOLAR FLARE: SEASON THREE!

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