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June Feature #3: Bliss on Tap

Kevin Featured Comics • Jun 10, 2021

 

Following up on our announcement of Bliss on Tap coming to GlobalComix, we wanted to highlight a selection of their stories for June feature #3. This doesn't cover the full catalog of series available, so be sure to visit the Bliss on Tap page to browse their entire collection.

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1. Andie and the Alien, 112 pages - Published by Bliss on Tap, (cc/ @brianphillipson)

Over 500 years ago, an alien spaceship crashed in the undiscovered Americas. The little alien was rescued by the local natives. In return for saving him, the alien promised to protect the natives from foreign invaders by placing a force-field over the Americas -- preventing exploration and colonization of their land -- and altering the course of history as we know it forever. 500 years later, in...

Story and Art by Brian Phillipson and Philip Phillipson

 


 

2. Future Proof, 371 pages - Published by Bliss on Tap, (cc/ @brianphillipson)

Future Proof is an on-going, bi-monthly series which follows two outcast agents who are recruited into a systematic one-way journey back through time where ultimately their actions allow for the most monumental events in history to take place.  Issue #1 jumps right into the action as the two agents get caught up in the middle of one of the greatest conspiracies of all time -- the Kennedy...

Story and Art by Alex Cormack, Alex Murillo, Brian Phillipson, Kris Shedarowich, Philip Phillipson

 


 

3. I Play the Bad Guy, 176 pages - Published by Bliss on Tap, (cc/ @brianphillipson)

"I Play the Bad Guy” follows a team of retired ex-military superheroes and pits them against a younger team of non-powered soldiers sent to contain them. The morality of granting the older heroes powers during Cold War experiments by the U.S. Government is explored throughout the course of the series as they try to prevent the next generation of powered soldiers from being created.

Story and Art by Alex Cormack and Andy Arnott

 


 

4. Lost Angeles, 52 pages - Published by Bliss on Tap, (cc/ @brianphillipson)

Experience the shocking and senseless assault of a privileged suburban teen, as Lost Angeles follows local punk bouncer ‘Doyle’ as he investigates the crime on behalf of a grieving family and ultimately exposes a complex multi-billion-dollar real estate investment scheme tied to the 1984 Olympics whose greedy tentacles reach deep into City Hall.

Story and Art by Jordan Lichtman and Kelsi Jo Silva

 


 

5. Watch The Skies, 80 pages - Published by Bliss on Tap, (cc/ @brianphillipson)

What starts as a simple science experiment leads to an unexpected discovery placing the lives of two brothers and possibly the world in danger.

Story and Art by Alex Murillo, Jeremy Fine, Sydney Bright