In the Class Comics Universe, there are many different superheroes/anti-heroes that protect the planet. One such hero is the demon – Deimos. In this issue, the purple skinned Anti-Hero has two mini stories. The first is drawn and written by Patrick Fillion where the second story is drawn by Leon de Leon and written by Fillion. Check out my thoughts on this issue in the attached video, but there are spoilers!

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The year 1999 is when the Earth was invaded by a planet of Wrestlers determined to regain the title of Galactic Champion of the Universe! How did this happen? Easy, years earlier an idiot Earth wrestler declared himself the champion and fueled an interstellar war.

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It is the second book to the mythological world of Nexus and its surrounding moons. Our protagonist Alcyoneus is about to be sacrificed to the god, Sirius. However, lucky for him, the mercenary Euribatos is traveling through the city of Delphox and could possibly change his future.

This book was written and illustrated by David Cantero.
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A Song of Heroes is an independent online comic book series that takes place on the planet of Emphyria. Here the Red Wizard is attempting to take the Protoskull to solidify his own power. This first volume has some background and origins of a couple of his minions and brings on the intro to the series Skaldor. This run is heavily influenced by the Masters of the Universe series. Some of the characters have even been created as fan made competitions as future action figure statues. Check out my thoughts on the first volume, which includes the first 4 issues published online.

Written by: Patrick Ireland (Writer and Creator)
Drawn by: Jazyl Homavazir (Line Art)

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Set on the world of Nexus and its surrounding moons, Exodus is the story of gods, monsters and humans. Euribatos is a warrior for King Dargos. He is also a badass fighter. Meanwhile in the kingdom of Delphox there exists Alcyoneus, a magic apprentice who may be a future sacrifice for the new ruling god of their world. Both are from different areas but their destinies are intertwined to a future adventure that will be unfolding in the later issues to this series.

This book was written and drawn by David Cantero and available from ClassComics.Com

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It’s comic book day! We have Walking Dead #168 where Negan surprisingly sides with Rick and defends him. DKIII #9 – The finale to this series. It wasn’t horrible but it was not as good as many had hoped it would be. Green Lanterns #24 – The Green Lantern Corp finally come to Earth and start to train Simon Baz and Jessica Cruz. Darth Vader #1 – Vader begins his search for his own red kyber crystal light saber. Spider-Man #17 – Miles Morales starts to go down a dark road. Deservingly so, but it is getting more bleak for the teenage wall crawler. Superman #24 – We find out the culprit behind everything that has been going on in the Kent farm. An old enemy returns. X-Men Gold #5 – A new Sentinel is accidentally created. Because of course that would happen. And finally in Batman #24, Batman does a very surprising act with Catwoman.

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The Son of Winter, Zahn from Class Comics meets the Lost Fantasy Hero over from IcemanBlue’s comic book universe. This is great, as we have a comic book crossover that does not happen anywhere near enough. Especially in the independent comic book realm. Here’s my thoughts on this one shot, but be warned, there are spoilers involved.

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The second issue from Class Comics superhero team has come out. This is a great issue that has lots of heroics, but also dark circumstances. This is a spoiler filled issue, so be warned.
Written by Patrick Fillion

Art by David Cantero

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A couple weeks ago I picked up the trade paperback of Cryptozoic Man after seeing it being advertised on a past season of AMC’s Comic Book Men. I love the show. I know it is scripted reality, but it is entertaining to see some of the toys and comics being brought in and showcased. The comic was written by Bryan Johnson and illustrated by Walter Flanagan of that show. The idea centers around a man who is stitched together with different mythological monsters of the modern world. Like Bigfoot and the Loch Ness Monster. Each is a guardian of a nexus port to other dimensions. To say the least, it is a very unique comic book. It is quite confusing and the non-linear story telling leaves a lot of questions for the reader. Check out my thoughts on the comic series in the video below.

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