Join in for the thrilling conclusion of HALO: Lone Wolf, as issue #4 appears on shelves today. It has been a super fun journey to write for the Halo universe and witness fan reactions. Here is the final (sniff, sniff) synopsis:
In her final confrontation with the rogue scientist Dr. Chen, Spartan Linda-058 and her AI companion find themselves in a race against time to end the threat posed by the disenfranchised doctor and evacuate the endangered civilian settlement before Covenant forces overwhelm them all.
Thanks to fellow collaborators, who made the book look and feel awesome!
Penciller: Kieran McKeown
Inker: JL Straw
Colorist: Dan Jackson
Cover Artist: Christian Ward
Check out a preview of HALO: Lone Wolf #4, or find it at your local comic shop!
For International Women’s Day, Pasadena ArtNight will be featuring a host of women comics creators at the Pasadena Library! Come by my table and pick up signed copies of HALO: LONE WOLF, the award-winning MINE! anthology, PET NOIR #5, or any of my Zenescope work while browsing work from a bunch of super talented women.
When: Friday, March 8, 2019, 6-10pm
Where: Pasadena Central Library, 285 E Walnut St, Pasadena, CA 91101
What: Awesome art and comics by women!
Kymera Press, Fanbase Press, Kim Dwinnell, Mairghread Scott, Natalie Nourigat, Christie Shinn (HoraTora Studios), Mariah Huehner, Jules Rivera, Susan Lee (Life on Its Side, Women on the Dark Side), Kristen Gorlitz, Xanthe Bouma, Nilah Magruder, Cecil Castellucci, Leslie Hung, Madeline Holly-Rosing (Boston Metaphysical Society), and more!
For more information, check out artnightpasadena.org. See you there!
The penultimate issue of the HALO: Lone Wolf comic book series comes out today from Dark Horse! If you’ve been reading along, and really, why wouldn’t you?, you’ve been following Spartan sharpshooter Linda-058 as she infiltrates a group of humans who feel abandoned by the UNSC. With Covenant forces closing in on their location, Linda must rally the human settlers under a single essential cause: protect an AI that contains the bulk of human history. Spoilers after the jump.
As new threats rise, the legendary supersoldier sees her mission parameters shift and finds that she will need help from the very man she was sent to kill.
HALO: Lone Wolf #3 was brought to you by me, Anne Toole (W), and Kieran McKeown (P), JL Straw (I), Dan Jackson (C), Christian Ward (Cover), and your local comics shop! Check out a preview here.
Is it just me, or does it somehow seem fitting that a company named Dark Horse is putting out a comic called Lone Wolf?
The comic series I wrote for Dark Horse and 343 continues this week with HALO: Lone Wolf #2. If you want to get on board, it’s not too late to pick up a copy or pre-order the rest of the series. Previously, Spartan Linda-058 sets off alone to find a target on a Covenant planet. No spoilers until after the jump!
With Dr. Chen, a dangerous ex-ONI scientist, in her sights, Spartan Linda-058 and her AI companion must find a way to end the threat posed by Chen and evacuate the endangered humans in the settlement. But as the Covenant prepare to stage an assault, Linda discovers that Chen holds the key to a secret that could endanger all of humanity if it fell into the wrong hands.
New year, new comic! If you love you some science fiction set on distant planets, or enjoy the Halo video games, check out Halo: Lone Wolf. I wrote this four-issue comic book series from Dark Horse and 343 that starts with issue one today! You’ll find it wherever fine comics are sold.
Halo: Lone Wolf follows Spartan Linda-058 alone on a covert mission. Her skills in infiltration and marksmanship make her perfect for the high-stakes mission to end the threat posed by a wanted scientist on a distant planet. With only an ONI-assigned AI at her side, Linda must fight through both the dregs of the Covenant and the hostility of a lost human settlement to stop the rogue scientist in his tracks.
The newest entry in the Halo comics franchise is written by Anne Toole (Horizon Zero Dawn, The Witcher) with art by Kieran McKeown (White Canvas) and JL Straw (Back to the Future), colors by Dan Jackson (Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Call of Duty: Zombies), and covers by Christian Ward (Quantum Age: From the World of Black Hammer, Young Avengers).
Want a preview? Preview away here!
Yes, Mine! Not mine, but Mine! The comic book anthology I contributed a short story to, entitled Mine! from ComicMix, won the Ringo Award for best comic book anthology last weekend at Baltimore Comic-Con. Congrats to all the writers, artists, and editors who made this anthology possible!
Mine! was nominated alongside these other fantastic anthologies:
- Magic Bullet, D.C. Conspiracy
- Mirror, Mirror II, 2dcloud
- Overwatch: Anthology Volume 1, Dark Horse Comics
- SpongeBob Comics: Treasure Chest, Harry N. Abrams
Check out the full list of nominees and winners here!
The all-ages comics anthology, Cthulhu is Hard to Spell, has only days to go before it disappears off Kickstarter fo’evahhh!** The anthology, to which I contributed a short comic story, funded in a little over a week of its launch, but it’s still going strong with over $30,000 raised. Boasting 35 stories in the Cthulhu mythos, the book will definitely wing its way to you if you decide you want a copy, or a pin, any number of other fun or useful backer gifts. In addition, if you kick in for even a dollar, you’ll earn a bunch of digital comics that unlocked after we met each stretch goal!
With only days to go, you may want to head over and get yourself a physical or digital copy of Cthulhu is Hard to Spell before you forget. The end is near!
My contribution to the anthology is dedicated to everyone who had to travel far and wide to find their people. If you’d like a preview of the short story I wrote, with art by TEEN TITANS GO’s Lea H. Seidman, here be:
The Kickstarter ends Thursday evening Pacific time, so grab your Cthulhu is Hard to Spell anthology before it’s too late!
**UPDATE: The Kickstarter is over and successfully funded, but you can still order a copy here on Indiegogo!