SDCC EXCLUSIVE: Titan Announces 6 New Titles

Fri, July 25th, 2014 at 1:58pm PDT | Updated: July 25th, 2014 at 2:19pm

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CBR News Team, Editor

During a retailer summit at Comic-Con International in San Diego, UK-based publisher Titan Comics announced a brand new slate of upcoming titles. The books are all slated to debut in early 2015, and Titan has shared an exclusive first look at each of them with CBR News.

Check out all the art and Titan's full press release below.

"Adler" #1 cover, preview page

"Gravestown" #1 cover, preview page

"Man Plus" character sheet and sample art

"Man Plus and sample art

"Scarlett Couture" #1 cover

"Surface Tension" #1 cover

"Thunder Hunter" concept art and sample

Official Press Release

Titan Comics announced a new slate of creator-owned projects at Friday's SDCC Diamond Retailer Presentation.

The new titles will see publication in early 2015, and include alien planet adventure Thunder Hunter by Mark A. Nelson; teenage horror Gravestown by Roger Gibson and Vince Danks, which is described as "a twisted The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe"; environmental horror Surface Tension by Jay Gunn; manga-infused police thriller Man Plus by André Lima Araújo; turn of the century adventure Adler: Woman of Mystery by Lavie Tidhar and Paul McCaffrey, featuring Sherlock Holmes femme fatale Irene Adler, and spy actioner Scarlett Couture by Des Taylor.

"We're thrilled to welcome these original comic to our expanding portfolio," said Senior Editor Steve White. "Alongside such huge licensed properties as Doctor Who dit's really exciting to report that Titan Comics remains a platform for creator-owned material of the highest quality to thrive."

For more news on all Titan Comics publications, visit titan-comics.com or connect at:

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TAGS:  sdcc2014, titan comics, thunder hunter, gravestown, surface tension, man plus, adler woman of mystery, scarlett couture

 
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