Mark Crilley comic
The Darker Side of a Happy-Go-Lucky Cartoonist. Stories, art and cover by Mark Crilley. An expanded version of Crilleys self-produced 3-issue mini-comic, 12 Pages. Sketches, short cartoons, and doodles from Mark Crilley, the creator of Akiko, that were done in coffee shops and strip-mall restaurants, and are darker and less upbeat than his Akiko work.
- Issue # Full (one year ago)
Brody hoped it was just a hallucination. But no, the teenaged ghostly girl who'd come face to face with him in the middle of a busy city street was all too real. And now she was back, telling him she needed his help in hunting down a dangerous killer, and that he must undergo training from the spirit of a centuries-old samurai to unlock his hidden supernatural powers. Thirteen-time Eisner nominee Mark Crilley joins Dark Horse to launch his most original and action-packed saga to date in Brody's Ghost, the first in a six-volume limited series.
Bip, Bop and King Froptoppit are back and invite Akiko back to Smoo to visit the Prince she rescued. On arriving they discover the palace in ruins and the prince kidnapped once again this time by Alia Rellapor. Reunited with her pals Mr. Beeba, Spukler, Gax and Poog they head for the Moonguzzit sea and the domain of the sky pirates.
Genre: Movies & TV