D+1: We’ve Secured the BeachheadThe Dark Herald
Arktoons had a spectacular launch yesterday.
Better than could be hoped for.
I, like a lot of you, was already familiar with Arkhaven’s titles. However, this format is so much more convenient than pamphlets. I knew roughly what to expect but I hadn’t had a chance to really explore it before now. This is a lot more than I ever thought it would be and I was pretty optimistic about it before the launch.
Throne of Bones was amazing to see like this. But Midnight’s Wars was something I wasn’t expecting from Vox. I know that theoretically he must have heard of urban fantasy but I never thought he had much interest in the subject. I can’t wait to see where this one goes.
I also liked the classic public domain title, Frogmen, that Chuck Dixon dug up. It had a real Johnny Quest vibe to it that I just loved. I can’t wait to see what else he finds.
Hey Chuck! Is Captain Marvel in public domain? I mean the Myron Fast version.
I’ve only ever heard about it and read a few panels but those few scenes were enough to convince that it indeed and truly was robbed of the title; Worst Comic Book of all time.
The title that really rocked me was from Superprumo. Hammer of Freedom is so stark and hard-hitting, it forcibly reminded me of Watchmen. I hate to make enemies by picking a favorite but that one was it.
The beachhead is secured and we are moving inland.
We are Arkhaven and we are rolling hot!