Only the strong survive. Now that humans are long gone and Earth went on without them, that’s the only rule left.
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It’s the next book in 21 Pulp’s effort to bring Italian publisher Shockdom’s beautiful lineup of (translated) OGNs to the United States.
21 Pulp is incredibly proud to be partnering with AfterShock Comics for Campisi: The Dragon Incident, the new book by James Patrick, Marco Locati, and Rachel Deering.
In comics shops on Aug 25th from 21 Pulp and Shockdom is the Celestial Archers TPB By Lucas Teixeirs and Gabriel Picolo!
Innovative comic book publisher 21 Pulp has announced they will partner with leading Italian comic publisher Shockdom to bring some of Shockdom’s wonderful library of titles to the United States.
The newest story from us here at 21 Pulp, Imposter arrived nationally on February 24th. And there were no shortage of stellar reviews!
Hero Hourly was released on Wednesday, November 18th to great success and reviews! Check out what these readers and fans had to say about the book: [email protected] Thanks for being so kind yesterday. Love Hero Hourly's societal commentary! Must read. @21pulp pic.twitter.com/NKWf7qbpTV — Big Hoss of Christmas Merriment (@Nervospanda) November 19, 2015 I am telling […]
The early reviews for Hero Hourly are in! We have included links to the authors and the original reviews in this post. Check below to read more! As Hero Hourly makes it way across the country and into the hands of many comic junkies, we have started receiving some awesome published reviews. Thank you, Geek […]
Have you been wondering what stokes the fires of 21 Pulp? Well, wonder no longer: an exclusive interview with 21 Pulp founder James Patrick is available on Graphic Policy. Find out the history of Hero Hourly & get a sneak peek at what 21 Pulp is brewing up for the coming months! And find out […]
Alex Sollazzo is an Australian comic book artist who did the colors for Morning Glories (2009-2013) , Ian Churchill’s Marineman (2010), Peter Panzerfaust (2012), and The Ravagers (2012), among others. He also worked on covers for Green Lantern (2011), The Ravagers (2012) and Superboy [II] (2011)