Image Expo Announces Gabriel Hardman And Corinna Bechko's Kinski And Invisible Republic.

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We're liveblogging the Image Comics Expo, you can read Hannah Means-Shannon's account here. But some things deserve their own headline…

Such as the new comic by Gabriel Hardman and Corinna Bechko, a collection of digital Kinski for November, followed up by new series Invisible Republic.

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KINSKI, previously a digital-only collection, both written and drawn by Hardman, promises to be a quirky crime thriller about Joe, a down-on-his-luck salesman who finds a cute puppy. The thing is, this puppy already has a home. What starts as a simple rescue mission from neglectful owners quickly escalates into a righteous crusade. Hardman announced a second project to be executed with frequent collaborator Bechko (HEATHENTOWN, Savage HulkStar Wars: Legacy). Described as a gritty sci-fi series, INVISIBLE REPUBLIC explores the secret history of one man's rise to power after an unspeakable act of violence elevates him to folk-hero status on a war-torn planet seeking independence.

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