The Maroon #3 “Stikini”

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
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With Matilda’s life hanging in the balance, The Maroon finds himself lost in a foggy patch of the Ohio River. But when their raft runs aground on a desolate island, he too finds his life in jeopardy!

The Maroon follows the exploits of a lone nameless Black Seminole, on the run from the law for an atrocity that was pinned on him! But as he searches for sanctuary, he not only encounters fiendish men and women but mythical figures as well as the supernatural! The story details the events of a lone nameless Black Seminole, on the run from the law for an atrocity that was pinned on him! But as he searches for sanctuary, he not only encounters fiendish men and women, but mythical figures as well as the supernatural The Maroon is in the tradition of classic American Folklore, but with a modern mature spin. It is American Folklore remixed! FOR MATURE READERS

1 review for The Maroon #3 “Stikini”

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Spencer Scott Holmes (verified owner)

    3rd issues in an Indie Comic run always feel like the spot were the creator knows exactly what book they want to make. The first 2 gives the taste, let’s it simmer in the minds of the creator and readers and then we go balls deep into the world. And this issue takes you far into the super natural with some historic mythology and sealing the deal on the foray into this Western operatic journey. Yeah buddy!

    Spencer Scott Holmes
    That “Pizza Boy” and Indie Comix Club Podcast Guy.
    http://www.OldManOrange.com

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Derek W. Lipscomb is a New England native and has been drawing since the age of four. Following in his brother’s footsteps, he began drawing his own comic books and creating characters ever since. Unlike them however, he refused to grow up, and is still doing it today.

 While he does have his degree in graphic design, most of his artistic skills are self-taught. Drawing from a variety of childhood  influences that include Godzilla movies, comic books, Star Wars, Saturday morning cartoons and various cinema, Derek enjoys paying homage to these ingredients in his various works. Many of his original art can be found on his personal website and his Deviant Art profile.

 Residing in Southern California with his wife and daughter, Derek works as a Graphic Designer and writes and illustrates “The Maroon” under his Owl Eye Comics production.