AfterShock Comics Archives

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. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RCBUT_FH17oVideo can't be loaded because JavaScript is disabled: AfterShock Comics: Black Eyed Kids (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RCBUT_FH17o) 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[...]