The latest issue of the wildly popular indie comic book Sinthetic just came out. I’m featured in the series beginning in issue 2 as one of the last humans on a post-apocalyptic Earth. Since there aren’t many good guys left and lots of bad guys to choose from, I get to go a little wild and crazy during my killing sprees. I call it Viking mode.
This issue marks my 4th comic book appearance as myself…
I was a mad scientist super-villain with a nearly sentient beard in Facebeast.
I appeared in Sinthetic 2, my debut with the nickname Dr. Berserker.
Lee Newman wrote a story featuring me as a big game hunter who finally meets that oh, so famous and ever elusive Bigfoot. This one should be published soon in a horror anthology.
And now, Sinthetic 3, where I get my hands on a sweet alien battle ax.
Be sure to check it out. The comic is drawn by Emil Koepcke, a good friend and Dr. Who fanatic. Seriously, he has a life-size Tardis phone booth and a Dalek that he climbs inside of and wheels around. The scripting is done by Lee Newman, an up-and-coming comic writer. My favorite work of Lee’s hands-down is his book Creepy Kitchen.
You can buy the book HERE on Kindle or get in touch with Emil through the Facebook page if you want to order a print copy.
This message was written by a team of geeks, nerds, gamers, and Dr. David Powers. You can always find us at www.drdavidpowers.com. Thanks for reading!
I’m so excited that the first issues of Sinthetic are now out. Sinthetic is a comic from Atomic Studios written by Lee Newman and drawn by Emil Koepcke. It’s about a young man tricked out with cyborg parts who wakes up on a post-apocalyptic Earth that has been overrun by man-machines.
Both Emil and Lee are good friends of mine, so I’m just a little biased. Even so, the comic is amazing. Emil’s style has a serious manga feel. Not the big doe-eyed manga either. His style is more akin to the action scenes from the first incarnation of Lone Wolf and Cub. I’m talking about panels filled with so much intensity that you want to read the comic through first for the story and then read it again to pick out the nuances of the scenes. I’ve enjoyed Lee’s writing since the debut of Creepy Kitchen, a children’s book that my rugrats love.
Issues 1 and 2 of the comic just came out after a fantastic Kickstarter campaign to fund its printing. For now, they’re on a limited release, but I have the intel on where you can buy issues from the 1st printing.
Here are a few upcoming appearances in Myrtle Beach. Be sure to check out the Sinthetic Facebook page for more showings. Not only can you buy the comics at these events. You can also pick up the Sinthetic t-shirts.
- Friday May 2. Emil will be at Studio B in Market Common for an art show. 6pm
- Saturday May 3. Emil will be at X-Con Comics for Free Comic Book Day
- May 16-18. Both Emil and Lee will be at X-Con with a Sinthetic booth
And now a couple of teasers…
I found an homage to my old comic shop in issue 1. This was the first comic shop in the Myrtle Beach area. I’ve shopped here since I was in grade school. The shop actually evolved into what is now X-Con Comics.
At the end of issue 2 is the 1st appearance of Dr. Berserker, a character based on me.
This message was written by Dr. David Powers. You can always find me at www.drdavidpowers.com. Thanks for reading!