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Great reviews for Imposter!

The newest story from us here at 21 Pulp, Imposter arrived nationally on February 24th. And there were no shortage of stellar reviews!

Graphic Policy gave it a 9.5 and said:

To get a feeling of this series, the opening issue has an almost Batman mixed with one of the pulp vigilantes sort of flavour, and yet the comic transcends that comparison in so many ways.

Arpad Okay at DoomRocket said:

The twist on heroism in Imposter is one of those great ideas that should be too good to work but does anyway (and gloriously).

Nerdophiles says:

Imposter promises to be an intriguing look at superhero identity and responsibility.

Geek-o-Rama gave it 4 out of 5 stars and called it “really intriguing.”

Get your copy of Imposter now (available at retailers) and don’t miss out on the start of a killer new series from 21 Pulp!

Meet the Artists: Alex Sollazzo

Alex Sollazzo is an Australian comic book artist who did the colors for Morning Glories (2009-2013) , Ian Churchill’s Marineman (2010), Peter Panzerfaust (2012), and The Ravagers (2012), among others. He also worked on covers for Green Lantern (2011), The Ravagers (2012) and Superboy [II] (2011)

 

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Meet the Artists: Carlos Trigo

Carlos Trigo is a comic book artist from Spain. He’s been working actively for the US indie comic market since 2011. His published works include Crimson Society (Action Lab Comics), Ghoul Squad (The Higher Universe) and Mixmancer (Epigamics), and of course– Hero Hourly (21 Pulp).

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