No longer being in NYC, my only choice locally was to take it to Best Buy. Turned out to be a costly mistake, but as they say, live and learn.
Last night I took my laptop to work. I normally watch videos on my tablet during break times, but this week, I'm going to try and do writing on my breaks. With 2 of the 3 characters for #1 finished, all I need to do is finish Tremble.
After #1, I'll start on #2. Thankfully, that is half written all ready. That issue will feature 2 villains, Amaethon and Adranus, both of who command specific elements. The Supers! verson of #2 will also feature a new boost for Summoning, so it will make the release a bit more valuable (I wrote the boost last year, and it's been reviewed and approved by Aldo & Russ).
Past that, I'm going to likely do a few single villain issues. A few of the villains in upcoming issues include Firefly, Lighthouse and Moodswing, to name a few. There will be other mini-compilations, as well as one featuring The Crime Guild, a villain team whose origins predates the Pulp Era.
I've also got some ideas for Halloween Horrors #2 for October. The first one did pretty well, so I think a followup for this year is a must.
In the meantime, here is some newer art I've had commissioned from various artists.
First up is an original Golden Age villain named Justin Tyme, drawn by Anthony Green:
Anthony's take on the Queen of Evil, a public domain character:
Joe Singleton did this one: Star Spectre, a cosmic superhero:
Another one from Joe: The metahuman serial killer known as The Glitch:
Last, but not least, Juan Paolo Mananita drew this one: Aktzin, the Totonac Thunder God: