Edward Burns (of Saving Private Ryan) decides to reinvent the 20s gangster genre with a mythical spin in this awesome comic book he hopes to one day turn into a movie.

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Two men are camping in the desert when they come across a strange and powerful Macguffin that changes their lives forever. So begins Liquid Comics’ Mumbai Macguffin.

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Maybe Broadway’s not your thing. You’ll still probably love Dave Stewart’s Zombie Broadway.

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Check out the mythic, insanely action-packed and graphic story of 10 Chinese brothers, as told by filmmaker John Woo (Face/Off and Mission Impossible: II), and comics scribe Garth Ennis.

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If the director of U-571 and Terminator 3 wrote a comic about what America would be like as a monarchy supported by a vast conspiracy, wouldn’t you want to read it? Exactly.

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Get your mind warped, or semi warped at least and check out the Liquid Comics series Beyond, written by superstar Deepak Chopra. It has all the elements of a terrific thriller to keep you on the edge of your seat.

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Get in on the vampire craze (but not the tween kind) and catch up on Virulents from Liquid Comics. It’s got vampires, zombies and terrorists. Awesome!

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This girl is tough and not taking crap off anybody as she battles for survival in a land filled with ancient legends.

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In “Dead Soldier”, Colonel John Donner is physically transformed into something not entirely human in the final days of World War One.

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Get caught up with Ramayan Origins, the captivating series from Liquid Comics that follows Rama after he’s suffered wounds from battle that have left him fighting for his life.

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Get the lowdown on Liquid Comics’ new series “Snakewoman.” The story of an ancient serpent reborn in the form of a beautiful unsuspecting female taking on the mean streets of L.A.

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Nicolas Cage and his son, Weston Cage put their heads together and created the comic book “Voodoo Child.” It follows the creepy connection between some missing girls in modern day New Orleans and a voodoo priest from the 1800s. Yep, this has got Hollywood blockbuster written all over it.

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Check out the comic, “The Sadhu”, one British soldier’s journey through reincarnation and revenge against the people who have crossed him.

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Dave Stewart from Eurythmics heads up the the Liquid Comics series “Walk-In.” The story about a vagabond who can see a strangely realistic version of the future through people’s dreams.

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Read issue one of Guy Ritchie’s “Game Keeper.” It’s dark, violent and sure to be a hit with fans of Ritchie’s films.

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