What do you get when you mix actor/comedian Flex Alexander, Bellator MMA Fighter and TNA Impact Wrestling star Quinton Rampage Jackson and Plaboy’s Playmate-of-the-Year for 2011 Claire Sinclair? Three new digital series offered by Lion Forge Comics. You may remember Lion Forge as part of another announcement when they signed a deal with NBC Universal to make comics out of 80s television shows.
Rampage Jackson: Street Soldier follows the adventures of Quinton “Rampage” Jackson as he gains powers from a meteorite and decides to use them for good. When good people end up in bad situations, Rampage has no problem getting ugly to set things right!
Wonderous: The Adventures of Claire Sinclair focuses on Claire Sinclair, a broke college student who gets a dose of superpowers after volunteering for a medical study. She begins to test out her abilities, eventually going head-to-head with a sinister super villain – who also happens to be her ex-boyfriend.
The Joshua Run, created by actor/comedian Flex Alexander, focuses on David Joshua, a computer hacker for hire who specializes in smoothing out the inconveniences of modern life. The cyber-thriller comic explores the nature of power in an information-driven world.
David Steward II, founder and CEO of Lion Forge talks about the diversity of the new series,
With these three titles, we know there’s something that appeals to every comic book fan, young and old, and we’re ecstatic to launch them at the most popular comic book event in the world. We have talented teams working behind each title to create intriguing characters and storylines, and cannot wait for readers to embrace the new and exciting stories of Rampage Jackson, Claire Sinclair and David Joshua with open arms.
The Joshua Run and Wonderous are available on various e-readers this week with a stand-alone issue of Rampage Jackson coming out in August before its regular series launch in October. Both Claire Sinclair and Rampage Jackson will be attending the San Diego Comic Con this week.
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