STI'88 #5


As a famous villain once said, “You either die a hero or you live long enough to see yourself become the villain.”

And issue #5 of our epic does just that: The Super American has defected to the enemy! Believing that his plan is a success and SUPER TEAM INTERNATIONAL is in tatters, The King of All Evil Dragons has summoned a new roster of V.I.L.E. villains to initiate the final stages of his plan. Little does he know that Dan Garret Coppe’s secret reserve team is stepping up to the plate!

Do they have the skills and knowhow to bring the team together and take on TIAMAT? Back issue five to find out as we continue our celebration of that rare breed of 80’s superheroes in SUPER TEAM INTERNATIONAL ’88! called STI’88 “a goofy indulgence to those of us old enough to remember Batman knocking out Guy Gardner with ‘one punch’. As parodies go, it is nostalgic fun.”

E.A Henson of described STI ’88 as “…a well crafted parody that you could mistake for a book of that era (the 80’s) if you weren’t paying attention.”

And Sequential Tart called us “a solid read.”

Back STI’88 #5 today to get your copy!



Born and bred in rural Alabama, the earliest known photo of Scott O. Brown is at age two, reading the Sunday comics on the back of a pick-up truck. It wasn’t long before he discovered comic books proper and embarked on a career creating and helping others create comics and graphic novels. Winner of the Harvey and Independent Publisher awards, Scott is a veritable Man of ComicsTM, and has been writing, lettering, and producing comics for the industry since 1999!


Born in Buenos Aires four decades ago, Carlos’ life was changed forever the day he picked up The Flash volume 2, #3, for the first time. That’s when he knew he’d be a comic artist for the rest of his life. Carlos has collaborated on short stories for anthologies in Argentina and around the world, and in 2017, he won a national prize as writer for the graphic novel “Tupac”. Carlos works as a storyboard artist for advertising agencies and film producers, but the comics were, are, and always will be his greatest passion!


Twins and burgeoning creative powerhouses in their own right, Sebastian and Samantha Brown started with single page photocopies that they sold for a quarter at the Small Press Expo. They created many of the characters in STI ’88 and co-wrote the plot. This is their first comic book series.

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