The Maroon #10 – “A Race To Farewell”

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
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Saying good bye isn’t easy for Venus, as she tries to convince Isaiah to settle down with her in Philadelphia. But Isaiah has his own agenda, as he heads back to Virginia in hopes of finally saving Matilda, with the remaining members of The Shepard Boys in hot pursuit. But Matilda has plans of her own, as she conspires to make a break for freedom from the Miller brothers.

2 reviews for The Maroon #10 – “A Race To Farewell”

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Craig Johnson (verified owner)

    WWWWWWWWOOOOOOOOOOOO!! 10 issues! What a massive achievement! I have loved every page of The Maroon since the first time i opened it. Now we are here, 10 chapters in and there is still so much to tell and it just gets better with every chapter.
    The writing is super dialed in and feel the weight of every character interaction, every action serves a purpose not a single wasted panel.
    There was a moment i shouted out loud HOLY S}*&^!! Worth every penny. I wont talk about the story so that i dont spoiler anything for newcomers. And if you are new, welcome. You’re late but dive right in!
    I am so hyped for 11. Derek you are an inspiration my man! Keep it up!

    -Craig Johnson
    Creator of Project: Saviour
    Indie Comix Club

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Spencer Scott Holmes (verified owner)


    How does Derek do it? How does one individual put out huge, almost double sized issues every couple months? And always filled with a great continuing story, copious amounts of action and gore, twists in every issues, the brutality of the 1800s and that sprinkle of fantasy adventure? Putting shame to not just indie comics with his radical skills, not even just to the big comics of DC, Image, Marvel, Darkhorse and so on, but even transcending the best of movies and television.

    Derek has channeled either the power of sorcery himself, makes ritual sacrifices to the gods or just happens to be a cyborg. The Maroon is just too good and anyone reading this should just buy em’ all in the Pokémon logic of gotta catch em’ all. Cause The Maroon just represents the best in story telling from any multi media presentation. I am always looking forward to what comes next and am always surprised in that good sort of way. Carry on my man.

    Spencer Scott Holmes
    That “Pizza Boyz” and Indie Comix Club guy.

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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.