Azteq vs. The Prowler

Azteq vs. The Prowler by Lucha Comics

This is the official adaptation of Azteq vs The Prowler – an upcoming feature length film that revives the Lucha Libre genre and combines it with a slasher! Filming is underway in Dallas, so be sure to check in soon as wrestling stars Aski The Mayan Warrior, Mike Knox, Michael Tarver and more lend their talents to this awesome project!

A very limited amount of print copies are available, signed by writer Roberto Mercado – so be sure to get yours now!

nameless. #1

nameless. is a new fantasy series by Marcello Bondi and Chiara Carnovale. On a far-away world, a man with no name, no memory, and no mission sets out on a journey. Where will it take him, and what will it mean for this stranger, and those who cross him?

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Jinn Warriors Volume 1 – The Devil’s War

This gripping “Reality-Based Fantasy” is best described as Lord of the Rings meets The Devil’s Advocate. It is where history, as well as the future of humanity, are examined under Islamic and Biblical light, in an effort to comprehend the nature of the Devil, his minions, and plans for the demise of Humanity.

What can we do to ensure that Humanity not only survives, but wins and thrives?

Marwan ElNashar brings his Action/Fantasy tale to Lucha Comics. Incredible artwork and an ageless story bring together a team of interfaith heroes that must put aside their differences because they are the only ones that can save our planet.

Volume 1: The Devil’s War
A Pharonic Queen that helped Moses during the Exodus, A Rabbi that aided Jesus, and a Roman commander that saves Mohamed, find a way to unite in the spiritual dimension of Jannahim. They must set aside their differences to prevent Satan from recruiting the Third Horsemen of the Apocalypse and edging ever closer to completing his army of darkness!

“For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the authorities, against the cosmic powers over this present darkness, against the spiritual forces of evil in a concealed realm.”

Lucha Comics is thrilled to partner with MARZ publishing to bring this story to our readers. Expect it very soon on Google Play, Amazon Kindle, Comics+, and ComiXology!

Faded Memories #2

When you’re lost with no way home, every step could be your last. This is a lesson our two mysterious protagonists learned quickly, as they make their way through unfamiliar and unforgiving territory.

Jory Abbott was inspired to tell this story through the artwork of Jeff Harvey as he felt that he was at a bit of a low point, a darker place. This led to an origin story that might be a bit darker than what most Comic Book readers are used to. Jory and Jeff have really poured themselves into this book, with characters that are a reflection of reality. There will always be things that go bump in the night. The genesis project created two people who could bump a little bit harder.

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The Kursk: Collected Edition

The Kursk by Lucha Comics

The graphic novel adaptation of Sasha Janowicz’ award winning play is now available in its entirety! The K-141 Kursk, Oscar-II class nuclear-powered cruise missile submarine and pride of a rejuvenated Russian Navy, has sunk in the Barents Sea. A frantic rescue effort begins to rescue 118 Brave souls.

Originally published as 4 individual comics, The Kursk was praised for art by Andrea Montano and her fearless expression in this macabre political thriller. Each issue brought us closer to the events of August 12th, 2000 that would form a part of our shared history.

In 2010, the Australian theatre community nominated Sasha Janowicz’s play for the Helpmann Awards for Performing Arts. Sasha won the 2007 Bell Award for Best New Play, and three Matilda Awards – Best New Australian Play, Best Direction, and Best Independent Production.

Lucha Comics is proud to be able to bring this fantastic story to yet another powerful medium, and our team is thrilled that we can finally tell The Kursk in its entirety. Simply click below to purchase The Kursk graphic novel on your preferred platform:

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The Kursk #4

*Be sure to pick up The Kursk #1-3 before reading this!*

The graphic novel adaptation of Sasha Janowicz’ award winning play concludes! The K-141 Kursk, Oscar-II class nuclear-powered cruise missile submarine and pride of a rejuvenated Russian Navy, has sunk in the Barents Sea. A frantic rescue effort has failed. 118 Brave souls give their lives to the sea. Now, all that is left is to bury the dead and mend the living.

The Kursk #1 was praised for art by Andrea Montano and her fearless expression in this macabre political thriller. The Kursk #2 brought us closer to the events that happened on August 12th, 2000. The Kursk #3 showed us the frantic effort to rescue Russia’s brave sailors. Now, all that is left is sorrow.

In 2010, Australia nominated Sasha Janowicz’s play for the Helpmann Awards for Performing Arts. Sasha won the 2007 Bell Award for Best New Play, and three Matilda Awards – Best New Australian Play, Best Direction, and Best Independent Production.

Lucha Comics is proud to be able to bring this fantastic story to yet another powerful medium, and our team is thrilled that we can finally tell The Kursk in its entirety. Simply click below to purchase The Kursk #4 on your preferred platform:

    


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Faded Memories #1

There are no bigger rivals than heaven and hell. If you have to have everything, you could very well end up with nothing.

Jory Abbott was inspired to tell this story through the artwork of Jeff Harvey as he felt that he was at a bit of a low point, a darker place. This led to an origin story that might be a bit darker than what most Comic Book readers are used to. Jory and Jeff have really poured themselves into this book, with characters that are a reflection of reality. There will always be things that go bump in the night. The genesis project created two people who could bump a little bit harder.

Lucha Comics is honoured to bring Faded Memories to our readers – get Faded Memories #1 on:

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Por el Sendero #1A – Lucha Comics

1882 – Esto es Texas. Nuestro héroe se imaginaba una vida conduciendo una diligencia, o tal vez trabajando en una tienda. Pero el destino le ha traído algo diferente…

Despues de sus existos con el Kursk 1 y 2, James A. Bretney ha traido su proxima gran historia a Lucha Comics – Por el Sendero. Una historieta del oeste en el estilo clasico, este es para aquellos que estan hartos de superheroes y zombies, pero aun desean un poco de accion en las historietas que leen. Con gran arte y una portada imponente, James ha decidido a hacer esta historieta disponible a nuestros aficionados por solo $.99! Asi es, el primer capitulo de Por el Sendero solo cuesta $.99! No tiene porque no ir y disfrutarlo ahora mismo!

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Blaze of Glory #1A

Blaze of Glory is James A. Bretney’s latest work – the story of Mack, a veteran of two Iraq Wars. In issue #1A we see Mack’s Baptism by fire, and begin to learn about the toll of war. Aws a special preview, here is James A. Bretney’s afterword:

When I was in Film School, my teacher Yves Martin told us that the visual arts is a lagging medium.

I learned about this story 3 years after it happened. I read the public domain work from Army Historian Richard Killblane. I made a set of videos from pictures and videos the soldiers gave me which allowed me to document the story on YouTube. These videos, collectively titled Blaze of Glory make up my most watched videos on my channel. Naturally, the statistics reflect top countries by views: the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada and Germany tied in the first spot. Number two is Iraq.

10 years after the ambushes, after having failed numerous times to get this story on movies or TV, here it is in a comic book. Though the medium seems like a consolation prize, I am very proud of the product; it looks better than anything I have done in film.

Killblane’s Book Convoy Ambush Case Studies tells lots of true stories. Many of his source material stem from a real life person I will henceforth refer to as Mack – the name of my protagonist. Killblane and Mack formed such a real kinship that much of Killblane’s writing is from Mack’s perspective.

When I first read it, it mirrored some of my own experiences during my tours of duty. It is a given that the bad guys are going to kill you. You’re an American. They want you dead. They are kind of like Zombies. But what bothered me then and bothers me to this day, (and where my writing and Killblane’s deviate) is that I didn’t expect my own Army to assist in trying to get me killed.

Rich doesn’t want to criticize the Army. He sees the bigger picture. His experiences in and out have been different than mine even though we are both looking at the same Rorschach blob. The bureaucracy and the political correctness killed more soldiers than the enemy did. This institutional friendly fire, this dress right dress, flagpole, garrison mentality that we called the Big Gay Army when referring to stupid dictates outside the SOF community, kills people. The Big Gay Army does not want a warrior ethos. It wants robotic milksops that obey and feed the short-term political objectives of the puppeteers. If that sounds too much like the ramblings of a “pass the ganja” 9-11 Truther, I am sorry.

The Department of Defense Public Relations Officer in Hollywood won’t help this Veteran tell another Veteran’s story. But it will bend over for Marvel’s Transformers and Iron Man. I am not going to conceal my moral outrage. This is not a happy story, and I am not a happy man. But this is a true story based on real events and real people. Hopefully it entertains. Hopefully it provides an escape exposing the reader to these dangers from the comfort of their own home. But ultimately I hope it provokes the reader to think. For only the dead have seen the end of war. I am 41 years old and before I die, we will see a Third Iraq War. Count on it.

James A. Bretney, November 2014.


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