Remembering The Kursk


Today, we hope that you will join us in remembering one of the greatest tragedies in our shared history. 15 years ago to the day, The Russian K-141 Nuclear Submarine, The Kursk, sank in the Barents Sea, and was lost with all 118 hands on board.


We would like to take some time to reflect on the passing of these brave souls.



Please be sure to check back soon, as for the first time we will make the graphic novel adaptation of Sasha Janowicz’ The Kursk available in print.

You can learn more about The Kursk and its tragic fate here.

Thank you.
Lucha Comics is thrilled to announce that it will be offering a limited print run of The Kursk via Kickstarter.

The Kursk is the graphic novel adaptation of Sasha Janowicz’ award winning play. Edited by James A. Bretney, powered by Andrea Montano’s bold visuals, with covers by Slawomir Nietupski, The Kursk is an incredible political thriller in a graphic novel format.

Rewards for this campaign start at just $1, and also feature special early bird pricing, as well as bulk discounts for reading clubs, libraries, educational institutions, and retailers.


Michael Crowe (ComiXology) wrote “The Kursk is a story about honor and duty for your nation. It’s also a story about relationships … the real story behind a nearly forgotten headline and a way to immortalize all those who were lost on August 12th 2000” on his blog.

Find out what so many fans have already enjoyed digitally, for the first time in print, by supporting us here!



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