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ROBYN OF SHERWOOD

Written by Paul D. Storrie
Illustrated by Rob Davis &
Michael Larson

Robin Hood is dead!

In the dark years since the death of Robin Hood, the former Prince John has proven himself one of the worst kings that England will ever know. Struggling under the burden of heavy taxes and royal whim, the people speak more and more of days past, when a brave yeoman rose from among them to stand against those who abused power and privilege. Furious that his enemy is remembered still, and fearful of what his example might inspire, King John orders a campaign to extinguish the memory of the Sherwood archer. The first step--to execute the surviving members of Robin's band!
 
Now the only hope for the aging outlaws, and for England itself, lies in the shadows of Sherwood Forest, where Robin's legacy of rebellion is reborn in a startling new form...
 
...his daughter, Robyn!
Robyn of Sherwood

FULL MOON: PHASES OF THE MOON

Written by Steven L Frank, Paul D. Storrie, CJ Henderson, Earl Mac Rauch
Illustrated by
Nathan Stockman, Glen Fernandez

Phases of the Moon brings together six great heroes across three eras to do battle with a serial killer who just won't die.

The only occasion this crazy time-travelling serial killer saga will appear all together in color!

What started with The Spider, Domino Lady, Honey West, Kolchak and others…ends here!

- Plus the unseen final chapter starring SHEENA!
- Plus a recently uncovered BUCKAROO BANZAI part of this tale!
- Plus a never before seen epilogue starring KOLCHAK, as years later he uncovers the even more startling truth behind the lies!

Full Moon

TWISTED JOURNEYS: PERILS AT SUMMERLAND PARK

Written by Paul D. Storrie
Illustrated by Sandy Carruthers

You and your friends had no trouble breaking into the abandoned Summerland Amusement Park. Getting out won't be as easy. Can you escape the sinister creatures that dwell among the rides? Every Twisted Journeys® grapic novel lets YOU control the action by choosing which path to follow. Which twists and turns will your journey take?
Peril at Summerland Park

THE GREEN HORNET CASEFILES

Edited by Joe Gentile and Win Scott Eckert
Written by Matthew Baugh, David Boop, Deborah Chester, Vito Delsante, F.J. DeSanto, Win Scott Eckert, John Everson, Eric Fein, Joe Gentile, Howard Hopkins, Paul Kupperber, Art Lyon, Joe McKinney, James Mullaney, Bobby Nash, Gary Phillips, Barry Reese, Bradley H. Sinor, Paul D. Storrie, Michael Uslan, and Dan Wickline

This is an amazing colloction of thrilling tales from a pantheon of authors, including me, featuring the fabulous '60s version of The Green Hornet and Kato. Regular edition cover painted by the legendary 
Michael Wm. Kaluta! Limited edition hardcover illustrated by the talented Ruben Procopio!

The long-awaited return of the Green Hornet and Kato and their rolling arsenal the Black Beauty! Back again with all-new stories! Moonstone is proud to present The Green Hornet Casefiles, a second anthology featuring all-new, original crime fiction tales of the man who hunts the biggest of all game - public enemies that even the FBI can't reach! It's the mid 1960's, the political climate is shaky, there's civil unrest, freedom and equality issues erupt everywhere from film to music to out in the streets.

On police records, The Green Hornet is actually a wanted criminal, a master manipulator, a crime boss who has his fingers in every pie. In reality, The Green Hornet is actually Britt Reid, owner-publisher of the Daily Sentinel. Alongside him rides his partner Kato, who's not only a martial artist of unsurpassed prowess, but a skilled driver, and educated engineer as well. Their goal: to destroy crime from within by posing as criminals themselves!
GHC

MY BOYFRIEND IS A MONSTER: MADE FOR EACH OTHER

Written by Paul D. Storrie
Illustrated by Eldon Cowgur

Tom Stone stepped into Seward High and into Maria McBride's life like a bolt of lightning. He's the perfect guy for Maria—nice, smart, and well-built. There's just one problem: his family. Tom's father is the town's new funeral director, and business is booming. The bodies are piling up thick and fast in Persephone Falls, Alaska, so Dr. Stone keeps Tom up late at night working in the funeral home. And it's clear that Dr. Stone and his creepy assistant, Graves, don't want Maria around. Maria knows Tom was made for her. She's determined to find out what Dr. Stone has against her. When Tom refuses to stand up to his father, Maria begins to stitch together the clues...and finds out that the Stones are into recycling in ways she never could have imagined.
MBiaM: MfEO

VALKYRA: DESTINY'S SPEAR

Written by 
Paul D. Storrie
Cover by Michael Geiger

A brother and sister are thrust into the arcane world of Norse mythology when a spear from the heavens is drawn to them. Now empowered to fight back against this otherworldly evil, the two must evade the monsters who hunt them while trying to get up to speed on the bigger threat to come. The two must entrust their lives, as well as the fate of mankind, to a betrayer who was responsible for destroying the world of the gods and now possibly our own as well. 

E-book available from Amazon.com
Valkyra

STUCK IN A CELLAR

Music by SuperFizzee
Cover by Paul D. Storrie

Do you like rockin' surf punk (or "power noise pop")? Do you like blonde girls who kick undead butt? Do you like seeing whether writer's can draw?

If you answered "Yes!" to any of those questions, you should should check out "Stuck in a Cellar" by Superfizzee, available on iTunes or CDBaby. 

Featuring guest drummer DJ Bonebrake (of X) and 'cover' art by yours truly!

It's been a long, long time since I've flexed my artistic muscles for public consumption, but I thought this turned out pretty well.
Stuck in a Cellar

WORLDS OF DUNGEONS & DRAGONS #6!

Authors: Rudy Thauberger, Margaret Weis & Tracy Hickman
Adapted by: Paul Storrie & Andrew Dabb
Artists: Javier Aranda & Pat Quinn
Cover Artists:
A – Jeremy Roberts
B –  Frances Tsai


In the first story, the Majere twins – Raistlin and Caramon – help a Knight of Solamnia to break a deadly curse, but in doing so they may bring the curse upon themselves. Also in this issue, an outcast halfling named Tanok hunts a group of Templars, but visions of his dark past and a beautiful elven captive threaten to lead him to his doom.

Two epic stories by classic D&D authors in one comic.
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WILLIAM TELL: ONE AGAINST AN EMPIRE

Written by Paul D. Storrie
Illustrated by Thomas Yeates


He wanted nothing more than to live in peace, until a petty tyrant forced him into a cruel choice: Swiss hunter William Tell is famous for his great skill with a crossbow. A mild-mannered husband and father, he just wants a quiet life for his family. Yet his homeland’s brutal foreign rulers are making such an existence impossible. Then, one day, a ruthless official forces Tell into a terrible choice: Shoot an apple off his son’s head—or be killed along with his son. Will he accept this awful challenge?

William Tell

TWILIGHT CRUSADE: GABRIEL

Written by Paul D. Storrie
Illustrated by Walter Figueroa
Cover by Timothy Lantz

Twilight Crusade is a battle of Heaven vs Hell right here on our Earth, where the READERS will decide who wins! Each Twilight Crusade title can be enjoyed separately. One title will ship per week.

In the War between Heaven & Hell, one soldier has been on the front lines of the battleground since the very Beginning. But now the ultimate angel of destruction has grown weary of her never-ending tour of duty & the world it’s waged on. After millennia of killing, Gabriel has begun to realize that even an eternal warrior needs more out of life than dealing death.


Gabriel

STAR TREK: ALIEN SPOTLIGHT TPB

Written by John Byrne, Andrew Steven Harris, James Patrick, Paul Storrie, Scott & David Tipton
Illustrated by Josep Maria Beroy, John Byrne, Elena Casagrande, David Messina, Sean Murphy, Leonard O’Grady
Cover by Zach Howard

In the vast Star Trek universe, many diverse alien races abound, and now they finally get their due! Presenting a collection of six tales set throughout the Star Trek galaxy, each by a different creative team and featuring a different Star Trek alien race. This collection includes stories of the Gorn, Vulcans, Andorians, Orions, Borg, and Romulans (by industry legend John Byrne), and features guest-stars such as Captains Pike, Janeway and Terrell, along with familiar faces like Picard, Spock, and many others.

STASATPB

JUSTICE LEAGUE UNLIMITED VOL 4: TIES THAT BIND

Written by 
Adam Beechen and Paul Storrie
Art by Carlo Barberi, Rick Burchett and others

The latest volume of tales from the comic based on the hit Cartoon Network series is here! Ties That Bind collects Justice League Unlimited #16-22.



JLU TPB

STAR TREK ALIEN SPOTLIGHT: ANDORIANS

In the vast Star Trek universe, many diverse alien races abound, and now they finally get their due! Continuing a series of one-shots, each by a different creative team and featuring a different Star Trek alien race. Now, the spotlight shines on the Andorians. In the issue written by Paul Storrie, Andorian Ortees Shared, a Commander in Starfleet Intelligence, returns to his homeworld while on leave and finds himself in the midst of mistrust and deception, and is captured by a renegade commander of the True Heirs of Andor. Zach Howard (Star Trek: The Next Generation: The Space Between) provides covers for the entire series, with interior artist Leonard O'Grady offering a variant cover.
Andorians LOG Andorians ZH Andorians BW Andorians Photo

WEREWOLVES:  DEAD MOON RISING

The blood will run red in the dead of night as both horror-fiction and comic book writers alike unite to bring you an unlucky 13 chilling tales of howling horror,
just in time for Halloween.

With stories by Elaine Bergstrom, Tom DeFalco, Clay & Susan Griffith, William R. Halliar, C.J. Henderson, David Michelinie, Christopher Mills, Michael Reynolds, Beau Smith, Stephen D. Smith, Paul D. Storrie, Dave Ulanski, and Fred Van Lente!

Interior illustrations by Ken Wolak and a fang-tastic cover by fan-favorite Dave Dorman,
this chilling collection of short stories is sure to keep you cringing under the covers all night long!


Dead Moon Rising

TWISTED JOURNEYS: NIGHTMARE ON ZOMBIE ISLAND

Written by Paul D. Storrie
Illustrated by David Witt

Legend says no one can escape the curse of Zombie Island—will you be the first? Every Twisted Journeys™ graphic novel lets YOU control the action by choosing which path to follow. Which twists and turns will your journey take?
Zombie Island

PERSEUS: THE HUNT FOR MEDUSA'S HEAD

Written by Paul D. Storrie

Illustrated by Thomas Yeates

Could a monster whose very look turns men to stone be a challenge too perilous even for the son of Zeus? King Polydectes has designs on Perseus’ mother, Danaë. But first the king must get rid of young Perseus once and for all. So Polydectes hatches a plan to trick the young hero into performing an impossible task—slay the snake-haired Gorgon monster Medusa, whose very look turns men to stone. Yet, as the son of Zeus, king of the gods, Perseus has many powerful allies. Will Perseus’ strength and courage—and the favor of the gods—allow him to do the impossible?

Perseus

TWISTED JOURNEYS: TERROR IN GHOST MANSION

Written by Paul D. Storrie
Illustrated by Sandy Carruthers

Your worst fears come true when you’re trapped in a very haunted house! Every Twisted Journeys™ graphic novel lets YOU control the action by choosing which path to follow. Which twists and turns will your journey take?

Ghost Mansion

BEOWULF: MONSTER SLAYER

Written by Paul D. Storrie
Illustrated by Ron Randall

Beowulf is a brave and mighty warrior, known to have the strength of thirty men. At home in Geatland, Beowulf hears about the terrible troubles of his father’s friend, Hrothgar, the king of the Danes. Hrothgar’s land is plagued by Grendel, a vicious monster who attacks the Danes by night. Beowulf sets sail to aid Hrothgar and the Danes. But is Beowulf strong enough to slay the monstrous Grendel? And even if he succeeds, what other dangers lie ahead for the warrior-hero?
Beowulf

SHI/TENTH MUSE (ONE-SHOT)

Written by Paul Storrie 
Art by Naidr Balan
Covers by Nadir Balan, Billy Tucci & Billy Dallas Patton 

Two women.  Two warriors.  One fights for justice.  The other, vengeance. But are the two really all that different?  Find out when Shi vows to destroy a man the Tenth Muse has sworn to protect.  But when two heroes do battle, can the result be anything but tragic?
TMShi Balan Shi Tenth Muse Patton Shi Tenth Muse Tucci

ROBIN HOOD: OUTLAW OF SHERWOOD - Lerner Books, 2007

Written by Paul D. Storrie, illustrated by Thomas Yeates

Fooled into committing a crime by the king’s foresters, young Robin Hood finds himself branded an outlaw. As he takes refuge in Sherwood Forest, he meets other hideaways who also unjustly find themselves on the wrong side of the law. Under Robin’s leadership, these outlaws form a band of “merry men” who exact justice against the unfair laws of the land by stealing from the rich and giving their loot to the poor. Robin’s exploits soon enrage the sheriff of Nottingham, who vows to capture his foe at any cost. Will Robin Hood fall into the sheriff’s trap?

Robin Hood

YU THE GREAT: CONQUERING THE FLOOD - Lerner Books, 2007

Written by Paul D. Storrie, illustrated by Sandy Carruthers

This graphic novel tells the legend of Yu the Great, a Chinese hero from the twenty-first century B.C. Some scholars believe Yu actually existed and that he founded the Xia Dynasty, the first Chinese empire described in historical records. Some later Chinese texts describe Yu as a kind and strong emperor whose engineering projects saved China from frequent floods. But in Chinese legend, as in this book, Yu is descended from the gods and born from a golden dragon. He saves China from floods by using magical soil to plug underwater springs, with the help of a tortoise, an owl, and a dragon.

Yu

AMATERASU: RETURN OF THE SUN - Lerner Books, 2007

Written by Paul D. Storrie, illustrated by Ron Randall

This graphic novel tells the story of Amaterasu, the Japanese Shinto goddess of the sun. Amaterasu’s parents create the first eight islands of Japan. Amaterasu’s father later puts his children in charge of parts of the natural world. Beautiful and kindly Amaterasu is made the goddess of the sun. But her brother, Susano, god of the sea and storms, is jealous of his sister’s position. In fear of Susano’s temper, Amaterasu hides in a cave, plunging the world into darkness. The other gods and goddesses must come up with a clever plan to lure Amaterasu from her hiding place and restore order to the world.


Amaterasu

HERCULES: THE TWELVE LABORS - Lerner Books, 2006

Written by Paul D. Storrie, illustrated by Steve Kurth

Famous for his superhuman strength, Hercules is the most popular hero in Greek mythology. The son of Zeus—king of the gods—and a mortal mother, Hercules faces the wrath of Zeus’s wife Hera, who resents her illegitimate stepson and vows to bring him misery. With her magical powers, she tricks Hercules into performing a series of twelve seemingly impossible labors, each one a test of his strength, courage, cunning, and fighting skill. Is Hercules strong enough to foil her scheme?

Hercules

JUSTICE LEAGUE UNLIMITED #20 - DC Comics, 2005

Written by Paul Storrie
Art by Rick Burchett
Cover by Ty Templeton 

Mary Marvel is feeling a little overwhelmed at the Justice League Watchtower, so Supergirl decides to take her out to watch an actual League mission. But when that mission goes bad, and Wonder Woman's strike team finds itself on the verge of defeat, does Mary have what it takes to step up and save the day?

JLU #20

REVISONARY #2

Written by Paul D. Storrie; art and cover by Eric J.

Randall Gordon, the man without a conscience, is haunted by glimpses of tragedies that are going to happen and by nightmares of the ones he doesn’t try to prevent. The chase is on and the clock is running down. Normally, if Randall can't save the victims he in premonitions, he's got to live with nightmares of their deaths. This time, if he can't stay one step ahead of the killers coming after Grace Warden, she might not die alone!

MATURE THEMES
32 pages, B&W

Revisionary #2

REVISONARY #1

Written by Paul D. Storrie; art and cover by Eric J.

Making a fortune duping people never bothered Randall Gordon. Not until the TV psychic was given what he never really wanted -- true precognition!  Haunted by nightmares of the tragedies he doesn't prevent, his 'gift' seeon leads him to Vegas and forces him to ante up in a high stakes game of life and death.  Problem is, having visions of the future is no guarantee you'll live to see it.

MATURE THEMES
32 page B&W

Revisionary #1

MOONSTONE MONSTERS VOLUME 1 - Moonstone Books, 2005

Written by Joe Gentile, Paul D. Storrie, Dave Ulanski, Len Kody, Tom DeFalco, Mark Dawidziak, James Anthony Kuhoric, Clay & Susan Griffith, Ken Wolak, C.J. Henderson, Ben Raab and David Rust
Illustrated by Mike Bianco, Rob Davis, Ken Wolak, Rich Gulick, David Buche, George Broderick, Walter Figueroa, Andy Bennett, Nate Melton, Shawn Sheehan, Doug Klauba, Keith Williams, Chris Burnham and Scott LeMien

Cover by Ken Wolak

This titanic tome of terrifying tales collects the first five hair-raisings issues of Moonstone's hit horror anthology, featuring: Werewolves, Mummies, Vampire Vixens, Ghosts, and Sea Creatures! Also features three new, never-before-seen stories exclusive to this collection! Read it under the covers with your favorite flashlight, and find out what's creeping out the critics!


Moonstone Monsters TPB

MOONSTONE MONSTERS: ZOMBIES! - Moonstone Books, 2005

Written by Fred VanLente, C.J. Henderson, and Paul Storrie
Illustrated by Steve Ellis, Scott LeMien, Walter Figueroa and Bill Williams
Cover by Ron Frenz, Pat Olliffe & Ken Wolak

More Zombie fun this month, as Moonstone brings you three all-new tales of the risen dead! We’ll start with “Voodoo Detective,” by the creative team that brought us “The Silencers…” where a New Orleans stage singer is mysteriously murdered, and her brother hires some rather unusual help to find the killer. The corporate zombie tale “Crime and Authority” reminds us that all zombies aren’t necessarily dead. And while we’re mentioning the corporate world, we’ll look behind the scenes at a Mushroom processing company… and the dangers of unhappy employees landing a literal “Dead End Job.


Moonstone Monsters: Zombies!

ROBIN HOOD TRADE PAPERBACK - Moonstone Books, 2003

Written by Paul D. Storrie; art by Rich Gulick, Nate Melton, Scott LeMein, Steve Bird and Ken Wolak; cover by Joel Naprstek

Three thrilling adventure tales in one volume; two have never before seen print! "Robin Hood and the Minstrel", a "director's cut" version of how Alan-a-Dale joins the Merry Men, "Robin Hood and the Knight", another "extended version" of one of the classic tales (illustrated script) and "Robin Hood and the Jailer", an all new, all original yarn!

150 pgs, gray-scaled b/w, squarebound.


Robin Hood TPB

BIRDS OF PREY SECRET FILES 2003 - DC Comics, 2003

Written by Gail Simone, Paul Storrie, and Scott Young;
art by Joe Bennett, Jeffrey Henderson, Phil Winslade, Ed Benes, Brian Stelfreeze, Shawn Crystal, Jack Jadson and John Stanisci; painted cover by Phil Noto

An all-new one-shot showcasing the past and future of the Birds!  New BIRDS OF PREY series writer Gail Simone pits the Birds against the Penguin (with art by Joe Bennett & Jack Jadson) in a story focusing on Canary. Plus: Canary meets a future partner in crimefighting (written by Paul Storrie with art by Jeffrey Henderson & John Stanisci); the story of how Oracle first chose Black Canary as an operative (written by Scott Young with art by Phil Winslade); and profiles of the Birds and their allies, illustrated by Brian Stelfreeze, Shawn Crystal, and new BIRDS penciller Ed Benes!

Birds of Prey Secret Files 2003

GOTHAM GIRLS #5 - DC Comics, 2002

Written by Paul Storrie; art by Jennifer Graves and J. Bone; cover by Shane Glines

The action-packed miniseries concludes!
As the clock runs out on gaining possession of a dangerous chemical, Batgirl finds herself torn between fighting and feeling — for Harley’s loneliness, Poison Ivy’s protectiveness, and Catwoman’s love of danger. But she and Detective Reneé Montoya have to come down on the side of the law. Can they do it in time?

Gotham Girls 5

GOTHAM GIRLS #4 - DC Comics, 2002

Written by Paul Storrie; art by Jennifer Graves and J. Bone; cover by Shane Glines

Poison Ivy and Harley Quinn think they've succeeded in stealing Ivy's plant formula back from the chemical company that stole it first. But it's good girls vs. bad girls as Detective Renee Montoya finally catches up to - and teams up with - Batgirl!

Gotham Girls 4

GOTHAM GIRLS #3 - DC Comics, 2002

Written by Paul Storrie; art by Jennifer Graves and J. Bone; cover by Shane Glines

Harley Quinn gets control of a chemical formula everyone wants, which means that nothing goes as planned - not even for her best pal Poison Ivy. And Detective Reneé Montoya is hot on everyone's trail.

Gotham Girls 3

GOTHAM GIRLS #2 - DC Comics, 2002

Written by Paul Storrie; art by Jennifer Graves and J. Bone; cover by Shane Glines

In the hot new series based on the WB online webtoon, the female stars of the animated Gotham Universe duke it out! Detective Renée Montoya, investigating the theft of a mysterious chemical compound, follows the deadly trail of Poison Ivy and Harley Quinn, while ivy tries to convince Catwoman and Batgirl that they should cooperate with her (fat chance)!

Gotham Girls 2

GOTHAM GIRLS #1 - DC Comics, 2002

Written by Paul Storrie; art by Jennifer Graves and J. Bone; cover by Shane Glines

The women of the hit WB Online webtoon burst into the animated DC Universe in an action-packed miniseries! Unable to resist a golden opportunity to fund her beloved lion preserve, Catwoman heists a vial of a mysterious formula for a shady company - only to discover she's actually working for Poison Ivy and mallet-wielding sidekick Harley Quinn. That sets off an every-villain-for-herself chase across Gotham's rooftops - and attracts the attention of both Batgirl and officer Renée Montoya, who reluctantly team up to join in the fray!



Gotham Girls 1

CAPTAIN AMERICA: RED, WHITE & BLUE - Marvel, 2002

Painted cover by Brian Stelfreeze, Alex Ross, Frank Quietly & Various (W, P & I)

An all-star cast of creators celebrates the 60th anniversary of the Super Soldier! Featuring all-new short stories -- many of them black-and-white with spot coloring -- by a who's-who list of creators, including Alex |Ross, Paul Dini, David Lloyd, DArko Macan, Bruce Timm, Bruce Jones, Paul Pope, Mike Deodota Jr., Evan Dorkin, Brian Stelfreeze, Peter Kruper, Mark Waid, Frank Quietly and more! Plus: classic reprints by Jack Kirby, Jim Steranko and Frank Miller!



Captain America: Red, White & Blue HC

MUTANT X: DANGEROUS DECISIONS - Marvel Comics, 2002

Photo cover, Kathryn Kuder & Paul Storrie (W) / Stefano Caselli & Stuart Immonen (P) / Rich Perrotta & Wade VonGrawbadger (I)

Continuing our series of powerful one-shots based on the hit syndicated TV show MUTANT X!This double-sized special includes an adventure with the entire Mutant X team, as well as a glimpse behind the scenes, revealing how Shalimar became a hero! Join us for two full-length stories, one of which has art by fan-favorite Stuart Immonen (THOR)!

Mutant X Dangerous Decisions

JUSTICE LEAGUE ADVENTURES #2 - DC Comics, 2001

Written by Paul Storrie; art by Craig Rousseau and Wayne Faucher; cover by John Delaney

The comic based on the brand new Cartoon Network show continues as the Justice League must find a way to defeat a strange magical cult that is targeting the treasures of museums around the world. To succeed, the League needs the Martian Manhunter, but is he too torn by his feelings of alienation from his new teammates to help?

JLAdv 2

ROBIN HOOD & THE MINSTREL - Moonstone Books, 2001

Written by Paul Storrie; art by Rich Gulick and Steve Bird; cover by Joel Naprstek

A retelling of the classic tale of Robin Hood and Allan-a-dale. Robin Hood's men chance upon a distraught minstrel, deep within Sherwood Forrest. His true love is being forced to marry another and he knows no way to prevent it. Moved and inspired by the minstrel's tale, Robin will stop at nothing to reunite the two lovers, even when a host of soldiers stands in the way.

RH&M

BATMAN BEYOND #23 - DC Comics, 2001

Written by Paul Storrie, art by: Craig Rousseau and Rob Leigh; cover by: Darwyn Cooke

There's a new "King" in town, and he's putting together a new Royal Flush Gang. Is Batman playing with a full deck when he asks "Ten" to help him take down this dangerous and motley crew?

Batman Beyond 23

MOONSTONE MONSTERS: WEREWOLVES! - Moonstone Books, 2000

Stories by Joe Gentile, Paul Storrie, Dave Ulanski; art by Mike Bianco, Rob Davis, Thom Zahler, Ken Wolak; cover by Ron Frenz, Pat Olliffe

A trio of horrific werewolf tales: The first involves a priest dealing with his inner demon, real or imagined. Can you justify your existence? The second features the debut of a troubled tracker called Shepherd who arrives in a sleepy little town with a dark secret. The third relates the plight of a fisherman/hunter who takes it upon himself to rid his vacation spot of an unwelcome guest. Be very careful what you wish for.

MMW

ROBYN OF SHERWOOD - Caliber Comics, 1998-1999

In the dark years since the death of Robin Hood, John of Anjou has proven himself one of the worst rulers that England will ever know. Struggling under the burden of heavy taxes and royal whim, the people speak more and more of days past, when a brave yeoman rose from among them to stand against those who abused power and privilege. Furious that his enemy is remembered still, and fearful of what his example might inspire, King John orders a campaign to extinguish the memory of the Sherwood archer. The first step--to execute the surviving members of Robin's band! Now the only hope for the aging outlaws, and for England itself, lies in the shadows of Sherwood Forest, where Robin's legacy of rebellion is reborn in a startling new form -- his daughter, Robyn!

Issue One
  RoS 1
Written by 
Paul D. Storrie
Art by 
Michael Larson and P.A. Dery
Cover A by 
Michael Larson

Issue One
RoS 1B
Written by 
Paul D. Storrie
Art by 
Michael Larson and P.A. Dery
Cover B by
Craig Brasfield

Issue Two
  RoS 2
Written by
Paul D. Storrie
Art by
Michael Larson and Thom Zahler
Cover by
Armando Gil
Issue Three
RoS 3
Written by
Paul D. Storrie
Art by
Glen Szoloski
Eplilogue art by
Rob Davis
Cover by
Kelly Yates
Issue Four
  RoS 4
Written by
Paul D. Storrie
Art and cover by
Rob Davis

 

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