Skullkickers and other miracles
If you’re a fan of the D&D podcasts (and Binwin Bronzebottom in particular) I have a couple of comics that I think will also trip your trigger.
Both of them were created by my buddy Jim Zubkavich. The first is Skullkickers, a medieval action movie shoved into the pages of a comic book. Think Lord of the Rings meets The Transporter. If you don’t believe me, check out a taste of the mayhem here. Once you like what you see, and trust me you will, you can pick up the new Skullkickers Treasure Trove collection on amazon.
Jim’s other creation I want to tell you about is for you roleplaying readers who are more interested in the story than the combat. Makeshift Miracle is Jim’s coming-of-age fantasy story that originally appeared on Modern Tales waaaaay back in the early aughts. Jim has gone back to his creation and recreated it with the help of the mesmerizing art of Shun Hong Chan. It’s a lush, intricate and beautiful story with amazing visuals. You can read it online and once you’re sufficiently entranced, be sure to order the Makeshift book. It deserves a place on your shelf or, more importantly, a place on your coffee table so other can happen upon it.
Jim is making amazing work and I wouldn’t be surprised to find out he has ideas beyond these two properties. Keep an eye on him and his work.