Tomorrow morning, while you’re having waffles or tequila, you do you, Elizabeth Gerald, the creator of Marcie’s Marvels, will be on a plane headed to meet investors who want to take Marcie’s Marvels to a larger audience. That audience could include a streaming service. This series has been a passion project for me. I had a messed up childhood. I was a pack a day smoker by the time I was twelve. As a bisexual kid in a strict Irish Catholic family, repressed doesn’t begin to describe it. While nothing I experienced comes close to the horrors Marcie faced, and ultimately succumbed to, I still feel the need to keep other kids out of harm’s way. And Marcie’s Marvels is a good way to get the message out. Help is out there.

Marcie is a super powered teen who fights the exploitation and bullying of teens where ever she can. Marcie’s Marvels is based on the life of a young girl named Marcie who killed herself after suffering endless bullying. Her mother decided to use her daughter’s tragedy to provide hope to others. With that in mind she started the MJG Movement as a Children’s Advocacy organization dedicated to serving as a resource for children and families that are victims of sexual abuse and suicide.

CLICK HERE to read issue #1 and CLICK HERE to read issue #2.

In other comics related news, if you know any teens you can impress them by getting them Bob: Sins of the Son. It’s out and getting some love. For those of you who haven’t read Bob: Sins of the Son yet, I feel sorry for you. Here’s what Thomas Ryan, owner of Vivid Panel Comics, had to say.

Reading this comic feels like turning pages in Bill’s mind; Images barely coming together but supported by one of the best indie stories I’ve read this year.

The combination makes it IMPOSSIBLE to put down. It has an outstanding premise, keeps you guessing, and although the ending is satisfying, it leaves a little nagging bit of curiosity about the cast and the world the story takes place in.

It’s execution is play book, but its perspective was one I cannot recall seeing before. Bill should be proud. He put a great title into the world.

This is probably the only comic you’ll ever read that has a re-imagined Pater Noster (Lord’s Prayer) and a protagonist who is the son of Death with a disapproving father and a judgmental sister. Where did Death’s kids come from? That’s actually the least interesting thing you’ll learn in the book.

You can get a copy of your very own when you CLICK HERE.

Finally, for tweens on up, ALOKIA THE KAIJU HUNTER is out and finding fans. Alokia is the last of her kind. Any hope of aid is long buried. Those she thought allies had betrayed her and it seemed the galaxy was hunting her to finish the job. But, thanks to the help of a drunken monkey king, hope may yet dawn over the distant horizon.

Get all the copies you want when you CLICK HERE

You continue to be a wonderful audience. Until next time, stay safe and sane.

Bill McSciFi
Bill McSciFi
Bill McSciFi
Bill McSciFi