Who says you should keep politics out of comic books?
Antarctic Press are launching comics from both side of the political spectrum in April – Kelsey Shannon's Barack Panther: Back in Black #1 – in which Barack Obama and Joe Biden are dealing with alien immigration Men In Black agents trying to stop ET being captured by ICE. And Chuck Dizon and Timonthy Lim's Trump's Space Force #1 figthing against CNN – sorry, Sien'en from the 'far left wing of the galaxy'. Good grief.
Anyway, you pays our money, you takes your choice.
BARACK PANTHER BARACK IN BLACK #1
(W) Kelsey Shannon (A) Kelsey Shannon
Agents O (Barack "Barack Panther" Obama) and K (Joe Biden) work for the Pols in Black, an unofficial government agency that provides immigration services and regulation of all things alien on Earth. Well, that's how it used to be, but administration changes have cut off much of their resources at a time they need them most. Now an alien visitor to Earth needs to "phone home" to get back, and until he can, O and K need to keep him from being "put on ICE"!
TRUMP SPACE FORCE ONE-SHOT
(W) Chuck Dixon (A) Timonthy Lim
The Celestial Peacekeeping Astral Coalition contacts the President of the United States to deliver a dire warning: Earth is in danger of takeover by another group of aliens from somewhere in the far left wing of the galaxy. This insidious force, the Sienn'en, have an armada ready to invade Earth for its resources. But with the CPAC's help, Trump puts together a team ready to take the battle into orbit and beyond! A force to make space great again!
(W) Fred Perry (A) Fred Perry
As Gina begins construction on the "Aperture", gathering the energy she needs to jump home, she is ambushed by an interdimensional science ninja team.Â Â They intend to use her freshly rebuilt portal to escape the fury of a mournful, cybernetic psychopath who, thanks to them, has lost his entire family!Â Â Can Gina escape the science-ninjas and evade the wrath of the "Bionic One"…?
(W) Various (A) Various
This month in Exciting Comics: The Crimson Scorpion leaps into action, Madame Mask must face the shocking truth of her past, and the adventures of Black Jaq are just heating up!Â Â The Antarctic Press Superverse continues to unfold in these pulse-pounding pages.Â Â Don't miss out!
(W) David Furr (A) Shannon Smith, Donald Hash
Are the dead rising in old Chicago?Â Â Ned Hollister is back from the grave, Detective Crayton finds himself face-to-face with the man whose murder he's investigating, and Detective Gambino gets a little too close to the person behind it all!
(W) Brian Shearer (A/CA) Brian Shearer
Ella and her mysterious friend try and make their escape while William struggles to stage a rescue with his sentient armor.
(W) John Ward (A) Giles Crawford
Jim and Booker rush Alice to hospital, knowing they will be arrested.Â Â Jim manages to flee with Lin's help, but Booker is taken to the police station to face his nemesis.
(W) Arthur Bellfield (A) Flavio B. Silva
Chloe and America One are reunited, but will their Romeo-and-Juliet story have a happy ending Meanwhile, secrets are revealed as the forces of Villain Core and Knightsbridge collide Plus, Epiphany makes the ultimate sacrifice!
(W) Bill Williams (A) Matthew Weldon
Now that Jessie has fired her mentor, what's next?Â Â Will Versema ever fly again?Â Â Can her parents get her out of her funk?Â Â These questions and more are answered in this issue. Plus, there's a giant Irish Banshee.
(W) Bill Williams (A) Matthew Weldon
When we set this limited variant free, don't let it become the missing link in your collection!Â Â Order your copy today!
(W) Matthew Spradlin (A) David Hutchinson
A team of government-sponsored heroes is frozen in the 1940s, only to be thawed out in the present. No super powers, no amazing gadgets, and a complete lack of self-awareness fuel this motley crew of politically incorrect heroes at large!