AfterShock Comics Archives

The Darkness We Brought Back in AfterShock Free Comic Book Day PReview
At the end of last year, Bleeding Cool had run a number of stories concerning the comic book publisher AfterShock Comics and what hadseemed an inability to pay their freelance comic book creators what was due to them Bleeding Cool then revealed that AfterShock Comics of Sherman Oaks, California, and their partner studio Rive Gauche Television had filed for bankruptcy, owing[...]
Peacock Orders Supernatural Series Dead Day, Based On Aftershock Comic
They will be co-showrunners on the series, which is based on the comic series from AfterShock Comics by writer Ryan Parrott (on board as a consulting producer) and illustrated by Evgeniy Bornyakov Dead Day follows an ensemble of characters as they navigate the annual "Dead Day," when for one night the dead come back to[...]
Van Jensen, Erica Schultz and Aneke are launching a brand new political sci-fi thriller/horror comic, Byline In Blood #1 from Aftershock Comics in January 2022, a return for Dark Red with a one-shot, and plenty more besides in AfterShock's January 2022 solicits. #gallery-1 { margin: auto; } #gallery-1 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 33%; } #gallery-1 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-1[...]
The Walking Dead: Norman Reedus, AMC Studios Deal; Projects Announced
An adaptation of Aftershock Comics' Undone By Blood is already being lined up Writers Zac Thompson and Lonnie Nadler, and Aftershock's Jon Kramer and Lee Kramer, are set to executive produce alongside Verdon and Colonna, with Reedus expected to star in the series in some capacity as well as executive produce The actor's production company[...]
AfterShock November 2020 Solicitations
AfterShock Comics launches three new titles in their November 2020 solicitations, including Kaiju Score by James Patrick and Rem Broo, Miskatonic by Mark Sable and Giorgio Pontrelli, and Red Atlantis by Stephanie Phillips and Robert Carey. KAIJU SCORE #1 CVR A BROO SEP201019 (W) James Patrick (A/CA) Rem Broo It's the most dangerous heist ever attempted[...]
The Horror of Break-ups: Writer Zac Thompson Talks Lonely Receiver
Breaking up is hard to do. Zac Thompson has joined with artist Jen Hickman to turn the crushing horror of heartbreak into a horror a bit more literal with Lonely Receiver, their new creator-owned series coming from Aftershock Comics Zac has been a writer to watch, with some of the most compelling (and brilliantly strange) independent comics[...]
Sympathy For No Devils, Kill A Man and We Live in AfterShock October
Two big launches and a big name graphic novel are hitting comic book stores in October from AfterShock Comics Inaki Miranda brings sci-fi future apocalypse We Live, Brandon Thomas and Lee Ferguson bring us Sympathy For No Devils and Steve Orlando, Philip Kennedy Johnson and Alec Morgan's graphic novel Kill A Man gets rescheduled for[...]
With the added pressures, challenges and obstacles thrown in the way of local comic shops over the past three months, AfterShock Comics, led by Publisher Joe Pruett, announced the release of Support Our Shops (S.O.S.), a 48-page comic featuring seven stories from top creators The comic book will be distributed at no cost to comic[...]
To Kill A Man and Red Atlantis Launch in AfterShock Comics June 2020 Solicitations
AfterShock Comics have revealed their June 2020 solicitation ahead of Friday's Diamond Day And it begins with an original graphic novel by Steve Orlando, Phillip Kennedy Johnson and Al Morgan, To Kill A Man, and a new series by Stephanie Phillips and Robert Carey called Red Atlantis Here's what's coming in June 2020… Kill a[...]
Lisa Y Wu and Joe Illidge Hired in Senior Roles at A Wave Blue World Comics
Wu is best known in comics as Director of Retailer Relations at AfterShock Comics, but also worked in marketing for for Saga Communications and Dave & Busters. Joe Illidge is well known to comic book folk across decades, for working at Milestone Media, being a Batbooks editor at DC, writing for CBR, having a stint at[...]
Sebela and Vision Plan for 'Trust Fall' at Aftershock in June
Aftershock Comics will be launching a Trust Fall this June, the new title from Christopher Sebela and Chris Vision Trust Fall takes a familiar super power, and turns it on its head a little. //Credit: Aftershock Comics Ash Parsons was raised to believe she's special As someone with a quirk of genetics that lets her teleport things, she's[...]
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On Friday evening in Los Angeles, comic store Golden Apple Comics on Melrose Avenue is hosting a drink-up with Joe Pruett, publisher of AfterShock Comics Pruett will talk about the publisher, its comics, and his own comic for the publisher, Black Eyed Kids. And just to grease the wheels, AfterShock Comics will buy you a beer. Free[...]
Dark Ark
Dark Ark #1 by Cullen Bunn and Juan Doe from Aftershock Comics decides to tell the biblical tale that the Holy Scriptures left out: if Noah built an Ark for all the natural creatures of Earth, what happened to the unnatural creatures? Dark Ark #1 cover by Juan Doe An interesting premise as we see a dark[...]
A Shaky Start Leading To An Enjoyable Read – Alters Volume One Review
Aftershock Comics' Alters volume one, coming out this Wednesday, enjoyed a fair bit of attention back when the series started The reason was because the series would feature a trans lead character as the focus of this first volume of stories – and the reaction that this was being handled not by a trans creator,[...]
Black Eyed Kids Volume 2 Isn't Scary, But It Is Compelling … Enough (A Late Review)
Equally, the moments with the strongest atmosphere and intensity are Meredith's continued chronicalling of the BEK's assumed ascension to take the earth, whilst also trying to escape their grasp. can't be loaded because JavaScript is disabled: AfterShock Comics: Black Eyed Kids ( Pruett's plotting and pacing doesn't let up, and this means that, despite everything (see[...]
AfterShock Comics Initial Writers Include: Garth Ennis, Jimmy Palmiotti, Paul Jenkins
AfterShock Comics, the start-up publisher that Mike Marts left Marvel for, has announced its first group of writers They include Garth Ennis (Preacher, Punisher), Jimmy Palmiotti (Power Girl, Jonah Hex), Amanda Conner (Harley Quinn), Paul Jenkins (Batman: The Dark Knight), Justin Jordan (Shadowman), Phil Hester (Ant-Man), Frank Barbiere (Avengers) and Marguerite Bennett (Batgirl). "When we launched[...]