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Sheldon Allen Pens a Love Letter to Miami in Concrete Jungle at Scout

Sheldon Allen Pens a Love Letter to Miami in Concrete Jungle at Scout

Scout Comics has spotlighted their upcoming title Concrete Jungle, slated for an October shelf date, with their latest press release The series, which reimagines Miami in the mid-1980s as a city ruled by crime as well as robots, aliens, and mutants. Concrete Jungle pairs Spider-Man Unlimited writer Sheldon Allen with DCeased: Unkillables artist Karl Mostert, along with colorist Warnia Sahadewa and[...]

Scout Comics Makes Kickstarter Comics Into Hits Will Others Follow

Scout Comics Makes Kickstarter Comics Into Hits, Will Others Follow?

Scout Comics has been on the rise lately The company has built themselves up to a publisher to watch in the indie comics community from the release of Yasmeen, the story of a teenage girl on the run from ISIS, and the second volume of their comedy/horror/aquatic Metalshark Bro, to their plan to put comics in vending[...]

Second Printings For Decorum #2 Murder Hobo It Eats What Feeds It

Second Printings For Decorum #2, Murder Hobo, It Eats What Feeds It

While Scout Comics is sending another two back to the printers, the sensitively titles Murder Hobo: Beaten, Broken, Buggered by Joseph Schmalke and Jason Lynch and the pet monster It Eats What Feeds It from Max Hoven and Aaron Crow. Here are the solicits... DECORUM #2 (MR) IMAGE COMICS (W) Jonathan Hickman (A/CA) Mike Huddleston There are many assassins in[...]

Unicorn-Hunting Revenge Thriller By the Horns Coming from Scout

Unicorn-Hunting Revenge Thriller, By the Horns, Coming from Scout

Scout Comics, fresh off the release of the second volume of the excellent Metalshark Bro, have officially doubled down on their effort to conquer the market of strangest concepts in comics As if refusing that SDCC is over, the company kicked off the first day of the post-Con week with a new announcement: By the Horns,[...]

Concrete Jungle Phantom Starkiller in Scout October 2020 Solicits

Concrete Jungle, Phantom Starkiller in Scout October 2020 Solicits

Scout Comics is launching telepath-police drama Concrete Jungle by Sheldon Allen and Karl Mostert, space opera Phantom Starkiller by Peter Goral and Joseph Schmalke and Black Caravan spin-off anthology series Electric Black Presents, all in Scout Comics October 2020 solicitations.CONCRETE JUNGLE #1 AUG201568 (W) Sheldon Allen (A) Karl Mostert When a rogue telepath begins hijacking unsuspecting minds and[...]

Vlad Dracul #1 Review: A Complicated Depiction of the Horror Icon

Vlad Dracul #1 Review: A Complicated Depiction of the Horror Icon

It takes a bold creative team to look at all of that and go, "Yeah, I have a story to tell about that guy." That's precisely what writer Matteo Strukul and artist Andrea Mutti did with Scout Comics' Vlad Dracul #1 Does their tale stand out from the crowd?[caption id="attachment_1237478" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Vlad Dracul #1 cover, as Strukul and[...]

The Adventures of Byron #1 Review: For Fans of Rockos Modern Life

The Adventures of Byron #1 Review: For Fans of Rocko's Modern Life

The Adventures of Byron is a new all-ages one-shot from Scout Comics, who has recently been rolling out interested and diverse content with their slate Now, with this new concept from writer/artist Chris Hamer, co-writer Quenton Brodnak, and colorist Noel Saabye that evokes classic Nicktoons, can the company continue to deliver great comic after great comic?[caption id="attachment_1237488"[...]

Yasmeen #1 Review: Is There Peace for a Teenager Fleeing From ISIS

Yasmeen #1 Review: Is There Peace for a Teenager Fleeing From ISIS?

Yasmeen billed as the epic story of a teenager on the run from ISIS, is out from Scout Comics this week Written by Saif A Ahmed and Fabiana Mascolo, the unique indie series sets out with a unique concept and artwork that evokes the feel of autobiographical cartoonists It's an outlier in both story and presentation among[...]

Metalshark Bro Volume 2 #1 Review: Funniest Comic on Stands

Metalshark Bro Volume 2 #1 Review: Funniest Comic on Stands

Now, Metalshark Bro is back with Volume 2 from Scout Comics, which begs the question: with the central conflict of the series resolved last time, how will the title continue?[caption id="attachment_1237489" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Metalshark Bro Volume 2 #1 cover Credit: Scout Comics.[/caption]Hilariously is the answer Comics needs more comedy, and writers Bob Frantz and Kevin Cuffe have created[...]

Yasmeen #1 and Vlad Dracul #1 Debut Next Week From Scout Comics

Yasmeen #1 and Vlad Dracul #1 Debut Next Week From Scout Comics

Doesn't a creator-friendly publisher just warm your heart in the digital torture chamber that is Comic Book Twitter? Scout Comics took to the social media platform, which is reportedly powered by the pain of starving creators, to spotlight their upcoming week of releases and the talent involved It looks like a big week for the[...]

Scout Comics Joins DC Goes Direct To Retailer With New Distributor

Scout Comics Joins DC, Goes Direct To Retailer With New Distributor

Publisher James Haick of Scout Comics writes; Starting NOW we plan on offering our retail partners a chance to order new Scout Comic content.  These comics will be released starting the second week of June from one of our print partners (Comic Impressions) who are only a few miles away from our headquarters here in Fort[...]

Scout Black Mask and TKO Give 50% Of Online Sales to Comic Shops

Scout, Black Mask and TKO Give 50% Of Online Sales to Comic Shops

And now Scout Comics, publisher of Stabbity Bunny among many others,  has done the same, with the following letter sent out by Scout Comics President James Haick He writes,We want to help. First and foremost, we here at Scout Comics hope you and your families are all safe during this insane time we find ourselves in[...]


Scout Comics Launches Vending Machine Display at ComicsPRO

Scout Comics Launches Vending Machine Display at ComicsPRO

James Haick, President of Scout Comics writes about a new product launch at ComicsPRO last weekend You can catch up with all of Bleeding Cool's ComicsPRO coverage right here.My name is James Haick and I became President and partner at Scout Comics and Entertainment a little over a year ago Never in my wildest dreams[...]


Scout Comics Launches New Young Adults Imprint Scoot in July

Scout Comics Launches New Young Adults Imprint, Scoot, in July

And in May, Scout Comics will be launching Scoot Presents, a one-dollar look at their brand new YA imprint, Scoot.Scoot Presents 2020, out on May 6th, just after Free Comic Book Day (and looking suspiciously like an FCBD-rejected title) will include:A feature episode of UNIKORN, written by Don Handfield (the Source, the Rift) and illustrated[...]

Dave Chisholms Canopus and Chris Hamers Adventures Of Byron Launch in Scout Comics February 2020 Solicitations

Dave Chisholm's Canopus and Chris Hamer's Adventures Of Byron Launch in Scout Comics' February 2020 Solicitations

Here's a look at Scout Comics' line-up for February 2020 and it begins with a couple of prominent launches...ADVENTURES OF BYRON #1 Written and Illustrated by Chris Hamer Full Color, 32 pages, $3.99 On Sale Date: February 19, 2020 A special one-shot of everyone’s introducing everyone’s new favorite monsters What happens when ordinary monsters, find themselves in life’s, awkward[...]


Killing Jesus Christ in Crucified In Comic Stores This Month

Killing Jesus Christ in Crucified, In Comic Stores This Month

Crucified, by Sheldon Allen and Armin Ozdic, is launching later this month from Scout Comics So why would Fox News care?Earlier this year, over 100,000 outraged persons signed a petition demanding DC not publish Second Coming, a satirical comic book by Mark Russell and Richard Pace, starring Jesus Christ The outrage was fueled, at least[...]

Zinnober #2 Review: Improving but Still Troubled

Zinnober #2 Review: Improving but Still Troubled

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] James, Claire, and the scientist are in a standoff with the dragon cultists. The cultist speaker claims to be peaceful, even now that James has shot his hand. However, James and Claire don't trust them and leave at the first opportunity. Our trio of wanderers return to the surface to retrieve Claire's gun. […]