Wednesday, July 27, 2022

THE ABYSS #2 Available for Free

The Abyss #2 is now available in its entirety at Interpop Comics. This issue begins a five-issue arc which introduces readers to the inner circle of acolytes that the Abyss belongs to, three new villains, and teases the return of one of the Abyss's greatest foes. It's a bit of a turning point for the character and the series, so don't miss it. Written by me, with art by Cliff Richards, color by Chris Sotomayor, lettering by Carlos Mangual and edits by Rachel Gluckstern and Rylen Sigman. If you've purchased this issue, be sure to exercise your right to vote in the latest poll for this series. Winning votes determine the direction stories take and how characters are developed.

Thursday, July 14, 2022

THE ABYSS #2 - Second Variant Cover Now Available

You can now purchase The Abyss #2 with this stunning variant cover by Daniele Afferni and Chris Sotomayor at Interpop Comics. You can also read the first two thirds of the issue for free here.

Wednesday, July 06, 2022

THE ABYSS #2 - Variant Cover Available

The Abyss #2 is now available with a variant cover by Scott Kolins, which you can purchase here. This issue, features the Abyss, and some of his fellow acolytes, investigating the remains of one of their greatest foes. They are interrupted by a trio of superpowered thieves. You can read the first third of the issue for free here.

The Votes Are In

One of the interesting aspects of writing for Interpop Comics is the voting system they have which allows readers to steer the course of the stories being told, sort of like a Choose Your Own Adventure book. It makes it a bit tough to plot ahead for us writers, and often has us sterring stories in directions we hadn't anticipated, but does give the fans a participatory role in the comics they are supporting. The recent round of voting that pertains to the currnt storyline in The Abyss has concluded, and here are the results.
The Red King storyline begins in the current issue, The Abyss #2, which is available for purchase here. The first third of the issue is also available to read for free. Find out who the traitor in question is. You can also read the 8-page story that planted the first seeds for what's happening now, also for free, here.

Wednesday, June 29, 2022

THE ABYSS #2 Now Available

The Abyss #2 (by myself, Cliff Richards, Chris Sotomayor, Carlos Mangual, Rachel Gluckstern, and Rylen Sigman in the writer, artist, colorist, letterer, editor and assistant editor roles) introduces a whole roster of new characters. We present the inner circle of acolytes and three new villains, as well as one of the biggest villains in the Abyss's past; The Red King. You can get it now at Interpop Comics. The first issue is available to read for free.
If you purchase a copy, be sure to take place in the voting that will help shape future issues. There are two items to vote on, both of which pertain to the outcome of this storyline. "Do Traitors Deserve a Second Chance?" and "Can the Abyss Defeat the Red King?"
Feel free to let me know what you think of this issue in the comments area below.

Thursday, June 23, 2022

The Abyss #1 Complete and Free

The Abyss #2 debuts next Wednesday. In the mean time, if you have not read it, yet, The Abyss #1 is now available free to read in it's entirety, here.

Wednesday, June 15, 2022

The Abyss #2 Coming June 29

The Abyss #2 will be available on June 29 at Interpop Comics. In the meantime, you can catch up by reading the four 8-page stories starring the Abyss, from Emergents Presents, here and The Abyss #1 (divided into three parts) here, all for FREE.

The Abyss #1 Available for Free

While you are waiting for the 2nd issue of The Abyss to arrive at the end of the month, you can now read the first issue for free. It is divided into three parts, so you'll need to download each. You can also find all four 8-page stories for Emergents Presents, also for free, if you want to catch up completely.

Monday, June 13, 2022

From the Archives 17

I haven't done one of these in nine years, so I figured it may be time for another run. Having recently moved, hads given me reason to tuck into some boxes that have been stored away and inaccessible. I came across this house ad for the original run of Xombi from Milestone Media that ran in the other titles back in 1994.