In a progressive era of social restructuring and a push for creative equality in the media, the need for complex, diverse female characters is greater than ever; it’s a way of “characterizing” the movement and embodying the different viewpoints currently catalyzing change.
WATCH Graphic Policy's Editor-in-Chief Brett Schenker review #NEWHUMANZ from May 2017's Comic Block by NERDBLOCK
NEW HUMANZ, a new sci-fi time travel adventure from TITAN1STUDIOS, landed in Comic shops this week and the early reviews have the multi-media studio poised for yet another hit.
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The best parts of science fiction, the science fiction that truly resonates with viewers, are the stories that connect to our humanity. While characters might be set in the future or the past, they are struggling with the same human issues we are today. And this is what TITAN1STUDIOS New Humanz #1 does very well.
New Humanz is set in Titan1Studios’ Relativity Universe and is about a mother and daughter struggling to maintain their humanity in a world and time they weren’t born in. Though the book is full of action, suspense, and a futuristic world, the real heart of the story is Riley and Sadie. A must read if you are looking to start a good story with strong female characters and a futuristic setting.
Knight Guardians of Relativity series and the Relativity Universe get off to a promising start with this initial issue. I’m looking forward to what the rest of this mini will reveal and see great promise for what other stories may lie ahead.
I was impressed with Chadha's ability to create a slew of characters for this comic, but add life, intrigue, and an air of complicated mystery to it, shows me a level of writing that many fail to achieve, but most strive for. Ruben Rojas' art is absolutely stunning. The over exaggeration, when it was needed, mixing slightly with the damn near perfect line work in this comic shows me a level of sophistication I am unused to seeing in most of the industry.
TITAN1STUDIOS' young zombie tale ZOMBEN #1 is for the young and young-at-heart, offering something fresh to the zombie lore.
TITAN1STUDIOS is pleased to announce titles for Diamond Comics Distributors May Previews Catalogue, scheduled for on-the-shelf release in July 2017.
TITAN1STUDIOS is pleased to announce that ZOMBEN #1 is being rushed back to print. Find out what all the fuss is about and take a peak at the series covers here!
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Due to overwhelming customer demand, TITAN1STUDIOS is pleased to announce ZOMBEN #1 is being rushed back to print!
If they can maintain the eccentric story-telling with an ominous nuance so neatly achieved in the first issue, then Zomben will give itself every chance of being a walker that stands out among the shambling horde.
I’ve seen humans pretend to be zombies, but I haven’t seen all too many zombies pretend to be human. This should be an interesting story, and if the first issue got your attention as much as it did mine, you’re going to want to keep up with this series!
Heneghan and Cicero Hermo managed to breathe new life into a genre that is completely over saturated. They made an interesting and unique zombie story, the likes which I have never read, and it ABSOLUTELY worked!
TITAN1STUDIOS writers Mike Heneghan and Binnie MacManamon, the couple behind a new comic book set in the post-multipocalypse era, on crying, collaboration and zombies
Imagine a world where humanity has used temporal travel as a doomsday device. Set 200 years from now, the world and its population have been brought to the brink of extinction by a series of cataclysmic wars — forcing civilization to fight over religion, land, natural resources and power. Much of the world is rendered uninhabitable and inhospitable because of radiation and poisonous pollution. The cultures and communities that have been established over centuries have been destroyed and displaced, leaving only a number of City States, that are independent of each other and ruled by very different people in very different ways.
Knight Guardians of Relativity series just the beginning for multi-platform franchise
TITAN1STUDIOS announces Diamond Comic Distributors, Inc., the world's largest distributor of English language comics, will be the supplier of the Relativity Universe's first sci-fi graphic adventure series, Knight Guardians of Relativity.
Pop Culture, Comics, and SCIFI Entertainment host, Ajay Fry, pops into the studio to chat all things Relativity!
Voracious comic book reader Chris Braly chats #KnightGuardians on the CBP Podcast!
"Diamond Comic Distributors is pleased to welcome TITAN1STUDIOS to our distribution family," says Jay Spence, Purchasing Brand Manager at Diamond Comic Distributors, Inc. "We are excited to be able to offer this vibrant and creative new publisher to our retailers."
There’s a new player on the Canadian comic book scene and it’s courtesy of TITAN1STUDIOS based in Toronto. Knight Guardians of Relativity is a sci-fi tale set in the future that focuses on a group of special individuals tasked with keeping the time line intact. The first issue preview which makes its debut during Fan Expo Canada is based on a sci-fi adventure novel called The Last Time Machine by Gareth R. Roberts.
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