The Maroon #7 “A Scream for the Silent”

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Tracking the men who apprehended Matilda, Isaiah and Shorty encounter an apparition of fire along the Virginia railroad. When they are aided by a destitute family, they quickly learn that ghosts aren’t the only things that haunt the homeless…

1 review for The Maroon #7 “A Scream for the Silent”

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Spencer Scott Holmes (verified owner)

    Oh my! What another superb outing in The Maroon. This issue is like a grand pocket story to our over arching adventure that takes that hard turn to the darkness of life. Like a brutal western that reminds me of a recent film, Hostile, from this year. Fleshing out the world of the 1850s even more in this follow up to the grand graphic novel of issues 1 through 6.

    If you have yet to read the Maroon, the short and simple of it to me, is like Django Unchained meets Conan The Barbarian. But then goes even farther in it’s own story telling. And also with a bit of Turok sprinkled over the top too.

    Issue 7 was great. Derek’s artwork is nothing but fantastic, storytelling on par with anyone over at Image (In fact better than many of them, just saying. The Maroon is that good.) and filled with twists and turns that lead you to different places than you’d imagine. Grab this book and all that came before and follow. Nothing but the bests of times. I look forward to 8 even more now. Also we talked more on this book and the whole series in the Indie Comix Club podcast.

    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.

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