Comics: Arcana New To Digital/Print 11-06-13

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AN ARCANA CRYPTOZOOLOGICAL HANDBOOK

Meet The Kindred, Wanderer of Worlds, traveling from one universe to the next as his consciousness expands. When he is trapped in the Arcanaverse, an Amalgam pieced together from disparate parts, he must find out what is preventing him from moving on. Moving through the worlds and times of the Arcanaverse, The Kindred observes people, creatures, aliens, myths, and legends from his unique perspective and, in the end, he must make a decision: to allow the universe to live and remain trapped, or destroy it so he can escape.
$5.99  68 Pages
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THE DEVIL IS DUE IN DREARY
Jack and Tino, two strangers with a questionable past arrive in the reclusive town of Dreary where they unknowingly fulfill a prophecy that the town believes will precede the coming of the apocalypse.They are caught up in a whirlwind of judgment and paranoia, and it’s a race against time to escape with their lives. The Devil is Due in Dreary is a music rich ride through the folklore of the old west, with rattling desert bones, pompadours, classic cars, and pearl handled pistols on top. It’s an action packed rockabilly take on the classic western.
$5.99  96 Pages
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SIMMONS COMICS ANTHOLOGY VOL.3
Arcana Comics and Simmons Comics Group are proud to present this special anthology, featuring the first chapters of Zipper, Dominatrix, and Gene Simmons House of Horrors, as well as the first chapter of the first ever crossover between Zipper and Dominatrix, The Slave Trade.
$5.99  140 Pages

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Christopher Gibson

Chris can be found only at night, playing vast hours of XBox 360, reading uniquely disturbing novels, and scouring Netflix for late sixties horror flicks. He has 69,000 Gamerscore and counting. Supposedly at the age of three, he beat Super Mario Bros. on NES, though possesses no recollection of this. Writing novels since the age of fourteen, he hopes to one day publish them. On Friday nights, he is seen at the local indie film theater, then the pubs next door shortly after, for thorough critique among friends. Follow him on Twitter @Literaryman420

 

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