Hi there!

This is Gocce, from Komic Brew.

We are a newly founded publishing company in Scotland with focus on fantasy, SF and horror genre.

You can visit our website on the following link:

http://www.komicbrew.com

Many thanks to the living legend of comic scriptwriting Grant Morrison for tweeting our project. :)

Our first project is a graphic novel entitled Coran's Quest: Misterstourworm and the Kelpie's gift.

Check out page 1 and page 7 from the novel, we'd love to have your feedback...

If you like what you see, you can support this project on

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/komicbrew/corans-quest-a-fanta...

I'll be posting regularly updates on this and future projects.

Thank you and cheers!

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It's a classic :)

Nice! I'll check 'em out! That Rabbitz strip you posted whetted my appetite.

Thank you Rob :)

I'll post some strips here, too, once we're done with this setting up - still a lot of things to do.

For example, trying to figure out the best way to structure the website and other technical - strategical problems.

There were so many unexpected things that popped up, we're thinking of making a blog about how this whole project was born and how we're dealing with all the issues.

Here are some art samples from our current projects. cheers! :)


FACEISM: Where the Sidewalk Ends by King Fizze (page 1)



FACEISM: WHere Consciousness Starts by Tonyo San (page 1)


It's a Vampire!!! by me & Sejver


The Man Who Wasn't There by me & Viktor Lozanov



Rabbitz! episode 2

Race! On!

I don't suppose there are any manga lovers here, but just in case, here's the steampunk/fantasy manga we launched in September... Maybe you'll enjoy the view, if not the story :) 

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