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Alterna Comics March Releases/Solicitations

Proving that comics don't have to be expensive to be good, Alterna Comics continues to publish newsprint issues that put great stories in more hands. Check out what's coming this March. 






GO WEST #2 of 3
(W) Garrett Gunn

(A) Saint Yak, Sean Forney

(L) HdE

$1.50, 32 pgs, Action/Western, Full Color, Newsprint Interior


The Blade is Back…! Slade’s bloody journey of revenge leads him to “Lost Vegas” where he hopes to enlist the unlikely help of the deadliest woman in the Western Territories.



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DOPPELGANGER #3 of 4

(W/L) Jordan Hart

(A) Emmanuel Xerx Javier

$1.50, 32 pgs, Horror, Full Color, Newsprint Interior

Time’s running out and nothing’s going right for Dennis. For his doppelganger, it’s just business as usual — but for Dennis, the stakes couldn’t be higher. In a moment of panic, Dennis does something extreme — but does he have the courage to follow it through to the end?


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TINSELTOWN #1 of 5

(W) David Lucarelli

(A) Henry Ponciano

(L) HdE

$1.50, 32 pgs, Action/Drama, Full Color, Newsprint Interior

In 1915, Abigail Moore became one of the first female police officers in Hollywood. But beneath the glamorous surface of Tinseltown beats a rotten heart full of corruption, greed, and lies, and Abigail’s about to dive head-first into all of it.


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ZERO JUMPER #1 of 4

(W/A/L) Patrick Mulholland


$1.50, 32 pgs, Sci-Fi Thriller, Full Color, Newsprint Interior

An ancient power source that can manipulate space and time is buried deep on a barren world and Juno, the last human, must embark on a dangerous journey to find it. Her mission is simple: go back in time and save humanity from extinction. The cost? Her life.


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