Tag Archives: Sebastian Girner

Review: SCALES & SCOUNDRELS #5

Review: SCALES & SCOUNDRELS #5

SCALES & SCOUNDRELS #5 Written by Sebastian Girner Art by Galaad and Jeff Powell Published by Image Comics Release Date: January 3, 2017 Lu and company found a civilization deeper in the caves than they had ever dreamed! However, the inhabitants don’t seem very welcoming. Will they survive? Find out in this exciting issue of

SCALES & SCOUNDRELS Vol. 1 And New Arc Drops in February

PORTLAND, OR, 12/07/2017 — Writer Sebastian Girner (SHIRTLESS BEAR-FIGHTER!) and artist Galaad will release the first trade paperback collection—as well as issue six, which kicks off the series’ second story arc—of SCALES & SCOUNDRELS, the fantasy adventure story for roguish scoundrels of all ages. It’s hard to make an honest living in a land brimming with magic

Exclusive First Look: SCALES & SCOUNDRELS #4

Image Comics has given Comicosity an exclusive first look at pages from Scales & Scoundrels #4 – in stores December 6! SCALES & SCOUNDRELS #4 Written by Sebastian Girner Art by Galaad Published by Image Comics Release Date: December 6, 2017 Dorma shines a light on what really motivates her journey into this darkness, and our

Interview: Girner & Galaad Take On Fantasy With SCALES & SCOUNDRELS

Sebastian Girner and Galaad are ready to take you to a world far away…a world filled with Scales & Scoundrels! This September, the pair will kick off a new all-ages ongoing series featuring a heroine with a grand dose of attitude and some kick-ass fighting skills to boot. Girner and Galaad recently gave me the

Review: SHIRTLESS BEAR-FIGHTER #1

SHIRTLESS BEAR-FIGHTER #1 Written by Jody LeHeup, Sebastian Girner Art by Nil Vendrell, Mike Spicer, Dave Lanphear Published by Image Comics Release Date: June 21, 2017 I…I am not actually sure what I just read. But I like it. I like it a lot. I’m also not sure I should have expected anything short of

Review: DEADLY CLASS #8

DEADLY CLASS #8 Written by Rick Remender Art by Wes Craig, Lee Loughridge Published by Image Comics Release Date: October 15, 2014 Any post-adolescent can tell you that being a teenager is tough. Growing up isn’t easy and your personal history, whether you like it or not, has a dramatic effect on the person you become.

Review: DEADLY CLASS #2

DEADLY CLASS #2 Written by Rick Remender Art by Wes Craig & Lee Loughridge Published by Image Comics Release Date: February 26, 2014 Creators Rick Remender and Wesley Craig brought forth a compelling and highly-stylized debut issue last month for Image Comics last month in the form of their new series called Deadly Class.  Deadly Class #1

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