The Show Comic – Episode #1

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 3 customer ratings
(3 customer reviews)

$3.99

Description

On an earth where the roswell crash and its extraterrestrial casualties were public news, the peaceful alien race of the planet bak-thash shared their technological advances with the us government. Using bak-tashian technology, the us government perfected their gene manipulation project causing the extinction level event known as “point zero”.
Point zero altered the atmosphere wiping out more than half the earth’s population. The survivors, with varying degrees of altered dna, were forever changed.
Today, with the help of the bak-thashian emissary known as the elite, the new us government created an organization that watches and regulates beings who have evolved superhuman abilities. These watchers are part of the s.H.O.W. (Super human operations watch)

3 reviews for The Show Comic – Episode #1

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    cosmicoutpost (verified owner)

    When I saw the front cover of ‘The Show’ I thought, that looks like fun and it was! The great artwork and expert lettering brought to life a gang of comedic heroes and the personal interplay rounded the characters off nicely! The story is a great intro to the folks, demonstrating their powers and how they might develop with issue one leaving you wondering what comes next form them! 28 pages of well-drawn antics that will have you going back to the pages to find the jokes you missed the first time! Great example of how indie comics can compete with the big guns in the industry!

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Spencer Scott Holmes (verified owner)

    Some really creatively drawn and very fun superhero’s in a Saturday Morning Cartoon like take in this comic. It felt like a mix between The Tick, Deadpool and The Justice Friends (The Dexter’s Laboratory superhero team.) All the characters feel very unique, well defined and original with still being in the capes and tights genre that so many people always say you can’t add something new to. 2 fellas working on this piece with some input from their buddies it seems in the credits, always dig the tag team operation. But I had a hell of a time in this world and laughing all the way through with the jokes. Good times to be had so come on by and take a read. I now look forward to issue 2!

    Spencer Scott Holmes
    That “Pizza Boyz” Comic Guy
    http://www.OldManOrange.com

  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    Lab5studios (verified owner)

    Like a Saturday morning cartoon come to life on the page. The Show pulls together the super team of Super J, Spade, Elite and Balance with great art and a solid story that leaves you with a few new mysteries to come. Intrigued!

    Looking forward to part 2.

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HELLO, I’M HAROLD GEORGE but you will probably know me by my social media name: HaroArtist.I’ve been drawing since I was about 6 years old. Loved recapturing the Sunday funnies with my own hands and on my own ruled paper. I was introduced to comics at a very young age by a cousin who just discarded them. Lucky for me he did.

I was 9 when I met more friends who could draw and thus started creating my own characters. Once this happened, I was hooked. I began collecting comics when they were only 75 cents and I started to become inspired to draw more.

My style can be summarized by my inspirations as a kid. Artists like Jim Lee, Todd McFarlane, Rob Liefeld, Joe Madureira, Marc Silvestri, J Scott Campbell and recently Sean “Cheeks” Galloway and Humberto Ramos were most of the reasons I picked up comics.

For the past 5 years I ventured to create my own comic book with characters I created as a kid. I got together with some of my old drawing buddies to start off with the creation of The Show Comic’s first issue. Through self-web-publishing, I was able to connect with Tony DiGerloamo and become the illustrator for his web comic “I Hate My Kids” as well as land some storyboarding gigs here and there. I’ve also had the privilege to work on 3 issues of Fleischer and The Group as a penciller