The Maroon #11 – “Iniquities of the Father”

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In a race to retrieve the sought-out bag of gold, Isaiah finds himself trapped in a collapsed mine shaft, where he is forced to face the failings of his family history. Shorty, with the same intent, finds himself at the hands of Venus, who puts him in a similar predicament, as the curtain is pulled back on his dark past!

1 review for The Maroon #11 – “Iniquities of the Father”

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Spencer Scott Holmes (verified owner)

    Derek delivers once again and even ups the ante on how awesome The Maroon can be. We learn a ton more about Emmet’s backstory and how at one point and time, he was a good kid. But hard life choices took him on his path of destruction. Isaiah get’s trapped in a mine and meets a young lad who turns out to be somebody totally awesome in an amazing historical twist thrown in the end. So cool. And while Isaiah is trapped in the mine after an explosion he get’s a vision from his father for more backstory into the origin of The Maroon. Plus as always, copious amounts of violent good time action as one would always appreciate.

    This is one of my favorite issues so far in one of the grandest comics of all time. If you love yourself brutal westerns mixed with a dash of fantasy and a story all about freedom, this is it! I like to always say too, The Maroon is like Conan The Barbarian mixed with Django Unchained to give an idea. So good and now I can’t wait to see the graphic novel part 2 of The Maroon come out to physical form in the near future. And then maybe a massive omnibus edition too, so thick it could stop a bus. Yeah buddy!

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