Cover by Odunze Oguguo “Whyt Manga”
We’re back with our SIXTH ISSUE and we celebrated it with an awesome cover featuring Saturday AM’s very own APPLE BLACK by Whyt Manga! Don’t let Sano’s kind personality fool you; clearly in this issue he is here to bring the PAIN!
by Odunze Oguguo
CHAPTER 5 “MEMENTO” (Part 1)
The History between Ryuzaki and Neon is revealed as the Red one battles the Ghost of Old Garth, “Cerberoot”. After a complete understanding, Sano gets involved.
By Raymond Brown
Chapter 11 “Stolen Purpose”
Isao and Tien continue their search for the missing comrade, Shin. After running out of ideas, they reluctantly decide to ask Shin’s brother, Jirou for clues to Shin’s whereabouts. However, instead of finding Jirou, they are confronted by one of Isao’s old enemies, Ryu Katashi.
By Andrea Otília Vörös
Chapter 3 “Decisions” (part 1)
Can Ayumi really be a saigami? How will she gain the trust of her companions while even she can’t believe such things can happen? A night of doubt and trust awaits our heroes…
Written by Mario Savovsk and Art by Gemar Delfino
Chapter 5 “The Crazy Mage’s Flaming Introduction!”
The partial OverBacks face the tallest colossus yet, and following that – an appearance from team OverBack’s crazi…erm, an appearance from team OverBack’s most ordinary and well-adjusted individual!
by Wally Nguyen
1.400: Welcome To The Unconscious (Part 2)
Having arrived on Haven, Traveler and Joey Prime set out on their new objective. However, what exactly is the story on Haven?
Interview with Talisha Harrison:
Talisha Harrison is a lover and contributor to all things in geek culture. As both a writer and creator, Talisha is able to spread her fanboy insight and feminine perspective on reviews, comic books, essays, and more. We caught up with Talisha, in between her many projects, to learn how she got started and to reflect on the comic book industry.
Top 5 Kills in Spoon
By David Yoon “Yoonicorn”
Interview with Tyrone Selby:
Tyrone Selby had a dream to make a printed comic book of his expansive fantasy action title, Elements of Light. So, why did he make it a digital webcomic?