June Feature #8: Monster Mayhem

Kevin Featured Comics • Jun 28, 2021


For the last feature of June we're taking a look at five comics that are themed around monsters. They come in all shapes, sizes and forms, and these stories are no exception. We wanted to include a broad spectrum of audience types with this feature, and its theme is a great time to share the kid-friendly Monster Me series of comics by AWA iPOP. We also have a great selection of stories from Source Point Press, Antarctic Press, KRG Publishing, and Heavy Metal.

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Let us know your favorites from this feature in the comments, and feel free to share any other monster stories you enjoy!



1. Monster Me: All Phone and Games, 35 pages - Published by AWA iPOP, (cc/ @WillGraves)

Cyberbullying is now all too common in the classroom and in our daily lives. Follow the adventures of Newmon and his fellow classmates as they create "doh" creations and take photos on their cellphones with questionable intentions.

Story and Art by Cocoon Productions, Davide Puppo, Maxflan Araujo, Sami Brice



2. Claim, 96 pages - Published by Source Point Press, (cc/ @TravisM)

With the war in Unstablovakia in full swing and the throne up to claim, our two dum-dum mercenaries just want to get paid and maybe not get killed. Join their journey through dwarf mining country and its murder-by-pie treachery as they work for a ruler who wants to watch the world burn-starting with his own stuff! But our goblin and doppelgänger mercenaries may wreck the kingdom before anybody...

Story and Art by Greg Wright, Justin Birch, Mihajlo Dimitrievski



3. I Hunt Monsters, Vol. 1, 173 pages - Published by Antarctic Press, (cc/ @JDunn)

My family has failed. For uncounted millennia we have been the guardians of good, a cataclysm has occurred and all the monsters captured since the dawn of history have escaped, and now I am alone. My destiny is sealed, my mission is clear. I am William Warlock... I Hunt Monsters!

Story and Art by Craig Babiar and Rod Espinosa



4. Dracula Rising # 1, 28 pages - Published by KRG Publishing, (cc/ @kgiven)

Karl is visited, in true noir style, by a mysterious lady in black who sends him on a wild goose chase in hunt of a vampire named Loew. But what he discovers is something more sinister as he blacks out and blood is drawn from his arm. Dracula’s daughter! Karl’s former Partner, Trevor Jackson, winds up arguing with his niece as she tells him that she wants to quit the F.B.I. to hunt vampires

Story and Art by C.L. Trice, Kevin Given, Rodolfo Ezequiel



5. Sun Eater, 97 pages - Published by Heavy Metal, (cc/ @dezi)

Sun Eater is a nine-issue saga that takes place in ninth century Norway, where a drug-addled warrior sacrifices his leg to the Gods. In return he is fused with a parasitic beast, giving him the power to rescue his son from his sworn enemies—history’s first Norwegian king and his five personal guards. The result is a grim and bloody adventure—a dark metaphor for drug addiction, selfishness,...

Story and Art by Dylan Sprouse, DC Alonso, Diego Yapur, Joe Harris