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Maze Agency
Scout Comics will be publishing a new The Maze Agency series written by Mike W Barr, and now drawn by Silvano Beltramo First published in 1988, the comic book focuses on private detectives Jennifer Mays and Gabriel Webb, a former CIA agent and a true-crime writer, respectively Initially self-published, drawn by Alan Davis, it was[...]
Scout Comics Criticized Over Selling Retailer Exclusive Covers Directly
In recent days, Bleeding Cool has been aware of a number of complaints from comic book retailers regarding the behaviour of comic book publisher Scout Comics, and the selling of retailer-exclusive variant covers directly to readers An exclusive variant cover programme enables retailers to get a limited run of a certain comic, with a cover[...]
PrintWatch: Planet-Sixe X-Men, WEB Of Spider-Man,
PrintWatch: Planet-Size X-Men #1 and WEB Of Spider-Man #1 from Marvel Comics, Impure #1 from Scout Comics, and Radiant Black #5 from Image Comics are all going to second printings Planet-Size X-Men #1 will also be getting a 1:25 second print variant cover by Olivier Coipel. PrintWatch: Impure #1 PrintWatch: IMPURE #1 2ND PTG SCOUT COMICS MAY218523 (W) Ralf Singh[...]
Glarien from Charlie Stickney &  Romina Moranelli Expands White Ash
The series has since seen multiple successful campaigns and a publishing deal at Scout Comics, which ended up leading to Stickney becoming Publisher at the growing indie comics company Now, the world of White Ash is expanding with Glarien by Stickney and artist Romina Moranelli, a tale of elves and demons that is decidedly NSFW[...]
Multiple Printings From Dark Horse, Boom, Image, Marvel, Scout, Vault
Plenty of comics getting second, third and even fifth printings, Phantom Starkiller from Scout Comics, Ha Ha from Image, Gwenom Vs Carnage and Amazing Spider-Man from Marvel, I Walk With Monsters from Vault and lots for Seven Secrets from Boom Covers where we have them… Phantom Starkiller #1 2nd printing PHANTOM STARKILLER #1 3RD PTG DEC208153 SCOUT COMICS (W) Peter[...]
Frank at Home #1 Review:
Frank At Home On The Farm #1, a new psychological thriller from Scout Comics, follows the eponymous character as he returns home from war to a surprisingly empty home The issue begins with Frank trying to gather information on what may have happened to his missing family and gets stranger from there Writer Jordan Thomas, who originally[...]
Power Pack #1 Review:
The Recount #1 from Scout Comics feels like The Purge meets modern American politics It is written by Jonathan Hedrick, drawn by Gabriel Ibarra Nunez, colored by Sunil Ghagre, and lettered by Cristian Docolomansky This is quite the daring debut, as even typing this concept up on your computer seems like something that'll get a knock on your door[...]
Scout Comics Expands With New COO Lesa Miller and More Key Hires
2020 has been a year of expansion for Scout Comics In this year racked by uncertainty for many, the indie publisher that launched in 2015 has seen major growth with the hiring of White Ash creator Charlie Stickney as co-publisher, the introduction of their comic book vending machines, the debut of multiple imprints for their upcoming launches,[...]
Henchgirl Creator Kristen Gudsnuk Comments on Upcoming TV Show
Henchgirl, published by Scout Comics as their breakout series and later collected in an expanded edition from Dark Horse, is getting a TV series from Freeform/Disney Scout Comics announced that the series, created by writer/artist Kristen Gudsnuk, was being developed by screenwriter Alex Abel and showrunner Lindsey Shockley. Henchgirl and Freeform promotional image[...]
NYCC Exclusive Covers from Scout Comics for Four Titles
Among these publishers is Scout Comics, who have four exclusive covers for their titles for New York Comic Con 2020. New York Comic Con Exclusive Covers Credit: Scout Comics The titles that Scout's releasing New York Comic Con exclusives for include Grit #1, It Eats What Feeds It #1, Phantom Starkiller #1, and Sh*tshow #1 The exclusives will be title-free[...]
Volume from Bogacs, Patridge, & Shammas Brings Rebellion to Scout
Noise is rebellion." That's how Scout Comics begin their latest announcement The indie company that added multiple new imprints this year has now added another title to their ever-growing slate for next year. Volume will introduce a world where music has been made illegal by a populist dictatorship known as "The Regime." Created by writer Christof Bogacs,[...]
Scout Comics Inks Distribution Deal with Simon & Schuster
Scout Comics has attempted creative ways in the past to expand their readership, with such ideas as the comics vending machine Now, as Scout continues to expand its publishing line as they announce title after title for 2021 release, the growing indie publisher seems to have made major headway with the distribution of their graphic[...]
Stabbity Bunny's Richard Rivera Will Lead Scout's Scoo! Imprint. Credit: Scout
Scout Comics & Entertainment previously announced six new imprints that would roll out in 2020 and 2021 This included Scoot!, a line of comics and graphic novels for young readers and parents alike that would focus on diversity, education, and, as Scout says in their latest PR, "pure joy." The focus age range will be[...]
Scout Comics' New Title Unikorn Set for Feature Adaptation at Armory
It hasn't even hit shelves yet, but Scout Comics latest graphic novel is already getting turned into a movie. Unikorn, both the graphic novel and the film, will be written by Don Handfield, the screenwriter of 2012's Kurt Russel vehicle Touchback, and Joshua Malkin, the Cabin Fever 2 screenwriter who previously partnered with Handfield on Scout Comics'[...]
The Shining Meets Twin Peaks in Scout's Frank At Home On The Farm
Scout Comics has just announced their "period, body-horror, mystery" Frank at Home on the Farm, written by Jordan Thomas and drawn by Clark Bint This new series, which will debut in November, followed the titular Frank, a World War I vet who is returning home, at last, only to discover that his family is missing from their farm[...]
Killer Bootlegs' Phantom Starkiller Toy Comes to Comics at Scout
Phantom Starkiller started out as a vintage-style action figure made in collaboration between Killer Bootlegs and Super 7, and now this skeletal warrior is coming to life at Black Caravan, a new imprint from Scout Comics Black Caravan, a line of titles set to "explore the darker side of creator-owned comics," will do just that with[...]
Scout Comics Enters Deal with CBSN, Comic Book Shopping Network
Scout Comics has announced a new venture with CBSN, the Comic Book Shopping Network, to create exclusive editions of their upcoming comics and graphic novels The CBSN is led by two names that will be very familiar to the retailer community, including Jen King known for the Space Cadets Collection in Texas, and Jesse James Criscione,[...]
Killchella from Candelaria & Acuña Brings Murder to Coachella in 2021
Scout Comics has announced Killchella, a new series by writer Mario Candelaria and artist Serg Acuña for 2021 The series, which will launch along with an online merch store that surprisingly doesn't consist of Macklemore's entire wardrobe, will also feature colors by Go Go Power Rangers colorist Katherine Lobo, letterer Matt Krotzer, and editor James Fergson.  Killchella from Candelaria & Acuña[...]
Cult of Ikarus, A Coming-of-Age Dark Fantasy, Launches at Scout
2020 saw Scout Comics expand their roster by naming Charlie Stickney as Co-Publisher on the heels of the success of his comic White Ash, as well as rolling out a slew of interesting and dynamic new series with the sci-fi thriller Concrete Jungle, the fantasy revenge series By the Horns, and another volume of Metalshark Bro, the funniest comic[...]
Metalshark Bro Gets an Unholy Spinoff With Ninja Nuns
Metalshark Bro, the funniest comic book on stands, has just come roaring back into the monthly cycle with a sequel series from Scout Comics, but that's not the end of the line for this demonically powered, lovable shark It seems that co-writers/creators Kevin Cuffe and Bob Frantz intend to keep this wave going, as they have[...]
Concrete Jungle Coming From Sheldon Allen & Karl Moster 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 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[...]
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,[...]
Vlad Dracul #1 Review:
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? Vlad Dracul #1 cover, as Strukul and Mutti set out to[...]
Metalshark Bro Volume 2 #1 Review:
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? The Adventures[...]
Metalshark Bro Volume 2 #1 Review:
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? Metalshark Bro Volume 2 #1 cover Credit: Scout Comics. Hilariously is the answer Comics needs more comedy, and writers Bob Frantz and Kevin Cuffe have created an intrinsically funny book[...]
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[...]
Alexander Banchita and Robert Ahmad's Headless #1 Goes to Second Printing
Alexander Banchita and Robert Ahmad's horror comic book series, Headless, an eighties take on the Salem Witch Trials, the Headless Horsemen and the Knights Templar – a kind of Supernaturally Stranger Things, has sold out of its first issue from Scout Comics, published earlier in the year, and the publisher is now taking it to[...]
Marvel's Honey Badger Got a Brand New Code Name in the Final Issue of X-23
It's in the aftermath of this that Gabby reveals her new name, as well as its origin: Scout, for the reverse of T.U.O.K.S., the label on the self-destruct button that the X-Assasin pressed in order to destroy all the other X-Assassins and save her sisters. So do you like Honey Badger's… sorry, Scout's new name? Let[...]
The Sentry #3 cover by Bryan Hitch and Marcio Menyz
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] We see Billy Turner, aka Scout and former sidekick to the Sentry, meet up with the man who was once Cranio, the archnemesis to the Sentry Billy has a plan to bring down Bob Reynolds once and for all He hates the Sentry for what he did to him, taking his arm as the[...]