TKO Comics Launching an All New Slate of Titles


TKO is still a relatively new indie comic company that’s been doing things differently, proclaiming their desire to be the first modern comic book company . They made a big splash two years ago, and have been working with comic book shops during the coronavirus-related economic hardships. They also went a little “woke” with several of their releases from a year ago, but that’s nothing new for comic publishers these days. Did they learn a lesson, or no? 



Now TKO is proud to announce a slate of new titles are now available to pre-order, including three WAVE 3 miniseries ready to binge. One they’re calling “a terrifying new prose horror book”, and three TKO shorts by top creators. All titles will ship November 9, 2020. 



Hot on the heels of their first two bestselling, critically-acclaimed waves of graphic novels comes three new miniseries: LONESOME DAYS SAVAGE NIGHTS, THE PULL, and REDFORK. Creators in this third wave of books include creators such as Steve Niles (30 Days of Night), Steve Orlando (Wonder Woman, Martian Manhunter), Alex Paknadel (Giga, Arcadia), Szymon Kudranski (Punisher), Nil Vendrell (Shirtless Bear-Fighter), Triona Farrell (Runaways), Giulia Brusco (Scalped), and Ricardo Lopez Ortiz (Black Panther vs. Deadpool, Hitgirl).



TKO is also releasing their first foray into prose, BLOOD LIKE GARNETS, which contains 8 spine-tingling horror stories written by Leigh Harlen and illustrated by Maria Nguyen.



TKO is also launching an ongoing series of chilling short horror comics rolling out in the next few months from creators such as Paul Azaceta (Outcast), Liana Kangas & Joe Corallo (She Said Destroy), Michael Moreci (Star Wars), Alex Paknadel (Arcadia), Baldemar Rivas (Unearth), and more.



THE FATHER OF ALL THINGS, NIGHT TRAIN and SEEDS OF EDEN are the first three titles available. Learn more here.

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Jamison Ashley

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