ComixTribe has released its 2015 solicitations, which feature the first issue of the UK import Exit Generation, and the second issue of Oxymoron: The Loveliest Nightmare.

Official solicitations:

ComixTribe Solicitations in JULY 2015 PREVIEWS For September Release

ComixTribe Imports Smash UK Indie Hit EXIT GENERATION and OXYMORON Comes Back for Seconds

June 23, 2015 — Newburyport, MA — ComixTribe announced its solicitations for the July 2015 PREVIEWS including the sci-fi UK-import EXIT GENERATION #1 and OXYMORON: The Loveliest Nightmare #2, which promises to be the young publisher’s most controversial release to date.

Exit Generation #1 (of 4)
Story: Sam Read
Art: Caio Oliveira
Colors: Ruth Redmond
Cover A: Ramon Villalobos
Cover B: Joe Mulvey
August / 32 Pages / FC / MR / $3.99

It’s 2055. Ninety percent of the world’s population have abandoned a resource-depleted Earth in search of a better home in the cosmos. Those left behind find themselves in an unexpected paradise… and Jack is bored out of his mind. He dreams of action inspired by 80’s movies and punk rock. But when a legion of carnivorous aliens arrive, Jack learns you should be careful what you wish for…

Featuring covers by Ramon Villalobos (E is for Extinction) and connecting variants by Joe Mulvey (SCAM), EXIT GENERATION is a breakneck sci-fi adventure, full of DIY spirit.


OXYMORON: The Loveliest Nightmare #2 (of 4)
Story: John Lees & Tyler James
Art: Alex Cormack
Colors: Jules Rivera
Cover A: Alex Cormack
Cover B: Joe Mulvey
August / 32 Pages / FC / MR / $3.99

Question: What do a gun-loving Senator, a gang-banger on the rise, and Swanstown’s top cop have in common? Answer: All three men are about to be engulfed in the OXYMORON’s loveliest nightmare. Just as Detective Mary Clark puts her life back together, the contradiction obsessed killer’s plan makes it all come crashing down.

Written by John Lees (And Then Emily Was Gone) and Tyler James (The Red Ten), with art by Alex Cormack (Find), the visceral thriller in the vein of Se7en and Hannibal that answers the question “What if The Joker came to a Gotham WITHOUT Batman?” continues!

Features a variant cover by “the most dangerous man in comics” Joe Mulvey (SCAM).


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