Since the creation of Broken Icon Comics in 2009, James and Eric have strived to create breath taking titles and elevate the creators who have put their time, sweat, and emotions into the projects they have created. As we and our creators have grown we have made changes to various areas including distribution, promotion, and most importantly production. Over the last few years the front office here at BIC has received upgrade after upgrade. Long time members of our staff have become key parts of our executive team, making important decisions as far as appearances, production for writing as well as art, printing, and various other areas of importance. With this in mind we have decided to take the next step and put a renewed focus on the coloring aspect of comics.
Broken Icon Comics was founded on the idea of making comics that break barriers, take no prisoners and bring cutting edge, gripping tales to readers all over the globe. Our library consist mainly of tales of a different kind. Tales of horror. Tales of hellish monsters and beast. Tales of Goddesses. Tales of empowerment. And these tales, whether based loosely on fact or pure fiction, are meant to engage and entertain.
In honor of these principles, Broken Icon Comics decided to honor Halloween and our core beliefs with another “different” tale. We give to you, Stingy Jack!
Ryan Mount over at horror-writers.net grabbed a copy of Frank #1 at Cincy Comic Con and shot a review up.
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Our web store has been updated with new titles available for purchase.
You can now pick up entire collections of The Horror Show, The Man in the Kitty Coat as well as special edition sketch covers of Frank. Check out the store tab for all the print and eBooks you could want.
Tomorrow, May 7th is Free Comic Book Day. Its a day where shops all over the world celebrate comics by hosting creators and giving away free comics. So where will BIC’s many talents be? Heres a list.