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Dan Christensen drew this to illustrate how he imagines I’d feel if you don’t buy our comics Archer Coe & the Natural Shocks in June.
Don’t take our word for it. Multiversity Comics has a pretty swell review of the graphic novel. 
"Therein lies the book’s greatest strength. Like Coe’s mind-bending abilities, the book’s maze-like structure, weaving through half-recollected flashbacks, will likely leave readers more than a little dazed after the initial read. Nothing is ever quite as it seems, and Christensen’s ability to inconspicuously scatter clues throughout the story demands a close and watchful eye from the reader. In this way, team drafts the reader into the detective’s chair, unravelling the tangled web right along with Coe."

Dan Christensen drew this to illustrate how he imagines I’d feel if you don’t buy our comics Archer Coe & the Natural Shocks in June.

Don’t take our word for it. Multiversity Comics has a pretty swell review of the graphic novel

"Therein lies the book’s greatest strength. Like Coe’s mind-bending abilities, the book’s maze-like structure, weaving through half-recollected flashbacks, will likely leave readers more than a little dazed after the initial read. Nothing is ever quite as it seems, and Christensen’s ability to inconspicuously scatter clues throughout the story demands a close and watchful eye from the reader. In this way, team drafts the reader into the detective’s chair, unravelling the tangled web right along with Coe."

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For those enjoying ARCHER COE & THE THOUSAND NATURAL SHOCKS on Comixology, here is a playlist you can listen to while you read.

(Source: Spotify)

The third chapter of Archer Coe & the Thousand Natural Shocks by myself and Dan Christensen has landed on Comixology.

Download it or subscribe to the series here.

The print version will be released by Oni Press on June 18.

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From the drawing board of Megan Levens: a sneak peek at a just-inked panel for Madame Frankenstein #5.
It’s your last chance to preorder the debut issue.

From the drawing board of Megan Levens: a sneak peek at a just-inked panel for Madame Frankenstein #5.

It’s your last chance to preorder the debut issue.

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Back before Madame Frankenstein, I played around with the whole Frankenstein mythos in a subplot in Spell Checkers vol. 2. This is one of the Joëlle Jones splash pages from that story.
It’s actually currently for sale over at Cadence Comic Art.

Back before Madame Frankenstein, I played around with the whole Frankenstein mythos in a subplot in Spell Checkers vol. 2. This is one of the Joëlle Jones splash pages from that story.

It’s actually currently for sale over at Cadence Comic Art.

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Gail and a fairy: Another of Megan Levens’ Madame Frankenstein illustrations from the development stage. 
We’re at the deadline for comics shops to pre-order the first issue. Be sure to tell them your retailer want to read Madame Frankenstein by tomorrow, Monday, April 14. More details here.

Gail and a fairy: Another of Megan Levens’ Madame Frankenstein illustrations from the development stage. 

We’re at the deadline for comics shops to pre-order the first issue. Be sure to tell them your retailer want to read Madame Frankenstein by tomorrow, Monday, April 14. More details here.

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Why is this mad scientist talking to fairies?
Find out in Madame Frankenstein #1! 
Published May 7 from Image Comics, orders due from comic book shops this Monday, April 14. Details here.

Why is this mad scientist talking to fairies?

Find out in Madame Frankenstein #1! 

Published May 7 from Image Comics, orders due from comic book shops this Monday, April 14. Details here.

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The second half of that page from Madame Frankenstein #1 we teased the other day.Building a monster out of dead parts is a complicated process, y’all, even when you begin with the corpse of the girl of your dreams.
Here is a round-up of this week’s press and reviews, as well as order info.
Call your comic shop this weekend! Their last day to preorder is Monday.

The second half of that page from Madame Frankenstein #1 we teased the other day.

Building a monster out of dead parts is a complicated process, y’all, even when you begin with the corpse of the girl of your dreams.

Here is a round-up of this week’s press and reviews, as well as order info.

Call your comic shop this weekend! Their last day to preorder is Monday.

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