Folklore Issue 1

Rated 4.50 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
(3 customer reviews)



A band of survivors travel across North America after a biological weapon turns the world’s greatest superheroes into horrifying abominations.

The first issue of Folklore’s ongoing story, collected in this easy to enjoy PDF! Purchased issues help support the ongoing creation of Folklore, but you can find all our pages for free at or support Folklore directly by visiting our Patreon at

3 reviews for Folklore Issue 1

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Dexter Jacobs (verified owner)

    A very enjoyable read with fantastic art and design elements and great story. The attention to detail is fantastic and I look forward to reading more from Adam and Colin. Folklore #1 is a fantastic intro to a new series and twist on the superhero genre. It made me think, Incredibles meets the Walking Dead. It’s a warning against the human condition and our wariness of the things unknown and teaches the hard lesson, that we should seek understanding before fighting and especially before we put our trust in things we don’t completely understand. I look forward to the following issues and seeing what is in store for this world in ruins.

  2. ComixCentral

    Awarded the CXC Comic of the Week Aug 14, 2017

  3. Rated 4 out of 5

    Jamie Norman (verified owner)

    Turning the superhero format on it’s head Folklore images and post-apocalyptic world where super humans aren’t all we believed they would be.
    This story very efficiently sets this scene setting up how the population reacts to a self-imposed cleansing armageddon.
    This introductory issue does a fantastic job in setting up the premise for the story. Folklore uses big visuals to create a sense of scale and drama which isn’t over cooked in dialogue or captions. The creators have struck a great balance here and ending this part of the story with a great hook luring you into issue 2.
    Sci-fi and ‘Superhero’s are two genre’s where it’s pretty tough to say anything new and at risk of trolling an entire industry does the comic world really need more super humans? In Folklore we get a novel take on both and an interesting response to super hero fatigue.

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Folklore is illustrated by Colin Tan Wei and written by Adam Ma. With a combined 40+ years of coffee and peanut butter cup consumption experience the pair bring their professional talents together for a reflective personal journey into a global sci-fi apocalypse.

Folklore releases one page a week on Tapastic, but issues purchased here go directly to supporting its ongoing development.

You can learn more about their work and Folklore by visiting their Patreon.