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Archive for June, 2013

Celebrate the release of Lazarus!

Art by Michael Lark

Art by Michael Lark

Don’t forget that today marks the release of Lazarus from Greg and artist Michael Lark, published by Image Comics.

If you’re in the Lacey, Washington, area, please drop by Olympic Cards & Comics on June 26, when Greg will be signing, starting from 3:00 PM.

If you’re in the Portland, Oregon, area, come see Greg at Bridge City Comics on July 5, where he’ll be signing starting at 6:00 PM.

If you’re at neither of those places, fret not: here’s a taste of the story in PDF form (or, you know, you could just pick it up today)!

Lazarus

Lazarus #4

Art by Michael Lark

Art by Michael Lark

October 2013

Art by Michael Lark and Santi Arcas

“FAMILY,” Part Four

The conclusion of the first arc. Forever moves to defend her Family with blood and steel as the Twins’ plot against their father is revealed.

Lazarus #3

Art by Michael Lark

Art by Michael Lark

August 2013

Art by Michael Lark and Santi Arcas

“FAMILY,” Part Three

Forever, now a “guest” of Family Morray in Mexico, shares a message and ultimatum, and gets to know her opposite number, the Morray Lazarus, Joacquim. In Los Angeles, the Twins continue their plot against their father, using Forever as their pawn.

Lazarus #2

Art by Michael Lark

Art by Michael Lark

July 2013

Art by Michael Lark and Santi Arcas

“FAMILY,” Part Two

The Carlyle Family has been attacked by their enemies to the south, and Forever’s father suspects a conspiracy amongst his children. To root it out, he sends Forever into the arms of the enemy, Family Morray.

Lazarus #1

Art by Michael Lark

Art by Michael Lark

June 2013

Art by Michael Lark and Santi Arcas

“FAMILY,” Part One:

In a dystopian near-future, government is a quaint concept, resources are coveted, and possession is 100% of the law. A handful of Families rule, jealously guarding what they have and exploiting the Waste who struggle to survive in their domains. Forever Carlyle defends her family’s holdings through deception and force as their protector, their Lazarus. Shot dead defending the family home, Forever’s day goes downhill from there…

Celebrate Lady Sabre Kickstarter success with Greg and Rick at HeroesCon

If you haven’t heard by now, the Kickstarter campaign to publish the first collection of Greg’s webcomic with artist Rick Burchett, Lady Sabre & The Pirates of the Ineffable Aether, was a success and then some. Thanks to everyone who supported the campaign by backing or spreading the word!

Greg and Rick will be celebrating this weekend at  HeroesCon in Charlotte, NC, at tables AA801 and AA802. Greg has listed descriptions of panels on which he’ll be appearing, as well as his policies on signing (he’ll sign pretty much anything he’s done) over at his Tumblr.