Rick and Morty are captured by galactic law enforcement, and they find themselves in the company of a crime lord's thugs. Is it a good read?
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Rick, Beth, and Jerry are on a mission to save their kids. Morty has been turned into a vampire, and Summer has been taken captive by the vampire hive. Can they be saved? Is it a good read?
Also: Giant Mechs! Tiny Fairies! And… Feng Shui? (STL082514) MATURE THEMES 32pgs, FC (1 of 6) SRP: $3.99 APR181671 RICK & MORTY #39 (W) Kyle Starks, Josh Trujillo (A) Rian Sygh & Various (CA) Marc Ellerby, Sarah Stern In this action-packed issue drawn by guest artist (and former series colorist) Katy Farina, Rick and Morty get arrested for smuggling and are[...]
Tomas has joined a Dodge City dodgeball team called the Jazz Pandas. Unfortunately, he's not good at dodgeball, and the Pandas have a losing streak to overcome. Is it a good read?
Dodge City, by Josh Trujillo and Cara McGee, is a sports comic/teen comedy about a competitive dodgeball team's quest for dodgeball gold and glory A press release explains the concept: BOOM! Studios is psyched to announce DODGE CITY, a new sports comic/teen comedy series debuting March 2018 about the high-energy chaos, heightened drama, and exaggerated costumes[...]
Josh Trujillo writes: Tabletop gaming and politics don't cross paths very often, but that's where Advanced Death Saves began. Advanced Death Saves is a follow-up to the popular Death Saves: Fallen Heroes of the Kitchen Table These are 30 stories from various creators about their favorite tabletop RPG characters, and how they got killed off during play[...]
LBCC 2015: Indie Creators Talk Shop With Jody Houser, Josh Trujillo, Jacon Semahn, Gavin Hignight & Bryant Dillon
As moderator, she introduced the panelists: Jody Houser (Orphan Black, Cupcake POW!), Josh Trujillo (Love Machines), Jacob Semahn (Goners from Image), Gavin Hignight (Nickelodeon's TMNT, The Concrete World), and Bryant Dillon (Identify Thief, Something Animal), before leading them in a round of exploratory questions to better understand the world of self-publishing. Barbra Dillon asked the panelists,[...]
There's a reasonable chance you've come across the work of Josh Trujillo, particularly if you attend conventions on the West Coast He's active in association with PRISM and in the LGBTQ community creating comics, as well as dabbling in mainstream works, and his comic Love Machines arrived on ComiXology (previously available in print at conventions[...]
It is this juxtaposition of tech and heart that forms the crux of Love Machines, a new ongoing anthology from writer Josh Trujillo debuting this week on Comixology With dry humor and talented artists, Trujillo explores how romance and progress have collided throughout human history. "Everyone knows how dependent we are on the objects that make[...]
At the "New Directions in LGBTQ Comics" panel at Wondercon bright and relatively early on Sunday morning, the room was entirely full and audience very attentive. Panelists included Tommy Kovac (Wonderland through Disney, Skelebunnies, Stitched from Slave Labor Graphics), Ed Luce (OA Fan Anthology, Cat Dandy) Roger Klorese, Shayna Why (Overshare Party) and Josh Trujillo (The[...]