FUNDING NOW ON KICKSTARTER: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/broncoinkcomics/super-team-international-88-1-5 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 … More SUPER TEAM INTERNATIONAL ’88 #5
$3.99 – Regular Cover $8.99 – Sketch Cover With the team falling apart, who will be left to stop The King of All Evil Dragons and V.I.L.E.??? Rollerblade is in custody. Dan Garret Coppe is broke with Coppe Pharma in shambles. Mr. Sleep suffers a crisis of conscience. Gamma Rei Burst faces off against Dirac … More SUPER TEAM INTERNATIONAL ’88 #4
$3.99 – Regular Cover With Gamma Rei Burst out of the picture, The King of All Evil Dragons sends Deep Trench and Bleeding Fist to knock the next leg out from under the stool that forms the backbone of SUPER TEAM INTERNATIONAL’s strength: Coppe Pharma! While the heroes fend off this all out assault, Rollerblade … More SUPER TEAM INTERNATIONAL ’88 #3
$3.99 – Regular Cover $5.99 – Sketch Cover Celebrate a return to the style of the awesome Bronze and Modern Age Comics of the 80’s with a 2020 flair! With Donutopia in ruins, SUPER TEAM INTERNATIONAL goes on the hunt for Deep Trench. Meanwhile Mr. Sleep and Gamma Rei Burst find themselves trapped in an … More SUPER TEAM INTERNATIONAL ’88 #2
SUPER TEAM INTERNATIONAL ’88 #2 is funded! Thank you one and all for another successful issue! From our tribute to the cover of Doom Patrol 107 to the craziness of our Batman/Iron Man analogue Mr. Sleep as he faces down a on old school supervillain team up, issue #2 has something for everyone who misses … More SUPER TEAM INTERNATIONAL ’88 #2 is funded!
Until recently, fantasy has always had an uphill climb in America. Such stalwarts of children’s literature like L. Frank Baum and Lewis Carroll were relegated to cobweb infested corners of libraries, surrounded by adult sentries more concerned with the possible, practical, and real, and not so much the fantastic and imaginative. Ultimately, such gatekeeping was … More READING THE BOOK OF DRAGONS AGAIN