Happy Wednesday! This week, the Small Press Spotlight revisits AfterShock Comics’ Scout’s Honor, with the fourth issue just releasing last week as well as Parallel from Source Point Press. Read more on each here!
Scout’s Honor #4
Written by David Pepose (Spencer & Locke, Going to the Chapel) and with art by Luca Casalanguida, Scout’s Honor #4 keeps the excitement rolling for Ranger Scout Kit and her navigating a post-apocalyptic landscape. Below is the issue’s synopsis:
“Following the action-packed Trials of the Eagle last issue, our post-apocalyptic Ranger Scout heroine Kit will finally face the soul-crushing truth about her survivalist society in Scout’s Honor #4 — and as she’s driven from her home, Kit will have to contend with both the radioactive horrors of the Colorado Badlands as well as her own spiraling crisis of faith.”
Source Point Press gathered writer Jason Douglas, artist Adam Ferris, and cover artist Lesley Atlansky for Parallel, a new original graphic novel available now online and in shops on April 29.
“Landon is experiencing a quarter-life crisis. The decision he made in his early 20’s to abandon his dreams of music has resulted in a life mired in stagnation, depression, self-doubt, and a loveless marriage. When the voices start and the visions appear, Landon fears for his sanity but is nevertheless tempted and awoken to a unique possibility. A parallel version of himself is offering a chance to change it all. His fate was sealed, and now his destiny awaits! What price would you be willing to pay for a second chance?”