• PREORDER NOW FOR SHIPPING OCTOBER 9 2019 Prince Jack's days are numbered. Surrounded by criminals, assassins, knaves, and usurpers, everyone is out to get him, and that's just members of his own court. 

    For centuries, The Four Kingdoms, the Hearts, Clubs, Diamonds, and Spades, waged war upon each other. To stem the bloodshed, the Four of a Kind, an order of wise and holy men, were entrusted to keep the peace at any cost.

    But the wheels of war are turning once more...

  • The Spine Chillers

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  • Turning Tiger

    $0.99$7.99
    58 page Comic (Issues 1 & 2)
    Take one state of the art fully armed sentient military attack robot, let it go rogue, then set the US army and more robots after it. And let it happen in down town USA. If things get bad, have it kidnap a child and see if you can stop her parents blowing the operation wide open to the media.
  • Underworld

    $9.99$24.99
    Comic
    Hector Ashton staggers out of the St. Boniface Hospital psych ward and falls into the Red river. In his delusional state he thinks that he is Odysseys and has been swept into the river Styx. By the time Hector manages to struggle out of the river, he has washed up in the club district of Winnipeg and believes he is now deep in the Underworld. Hector will have to face the trials that Odysseus himself faced on his journey as he makes his way back to sanity, his home and family.
  • When Big Bears Invade

    $9.99$30.00
    Children, children. Gather round, your grandmother, and I will tell you of the time before the benevolent bears showed humanity how to live in harmony with the world. A time when humans ran amok, threatening to destroy the very world we all share so happily now. A time when the Big Bears made sure humanity paid attention to their message. And it happened here, in our very own Canada.'
     
  • Alice at Naptime

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    ‘A beautiful, visual-poem about motherhood and art.’  A poetic exploration of being both a new mother and an artist, told using her own unique graphic novel and fine art approach. When Alice was born her mother only found time to draw her while she napped. Gradually Alice is multiplied in a tapestry of selves, both large and small, while an overarching narrative whispers through the pages, musing on the meeting of former and future selves. At its core, Alice at Naptime tells a universal story, of a parent pining for past freedoms, while simultaneously descending down a rabbit hole of all-encompassing maternal love. Written and illustrated by Shea Proulx - Full Colour - 192 pages