This Wednesday, AHOY Comics is releasing the penultimate issue of BILLIONAIRE ISLAND, the penultimate installment of the prescient satire from writer Mark Russell and artist Steve Pugh at AHOY Comics.
Here’s a look at the cover, the storyline, and preview pages for
this week’s release from AHOY Comics on New Comic Book Day! #NCBD
IN STORES THIS WEEK
New Release for the week of August 26th, 2020
BILLIONAIRE ISLAND #5
In addition to the main story,
this comic book magazine features extras:
GUITARS vs. RAYGUNS
CATERWAULER SMITH’S CLASSIC SCIENCE FICTION ROUND-UP
Cover Artist: Steve Pugh
“By far the most intelligent, jaw-dropping, razor sharp, impeccably-timed comic you’ll read this week or possibly ever” (comicbook.com) barrels toward a devastating climax! Whether you’re building a playground for billionaires or creating a chemical that might destroy half the population, you never know what might be your undoing…
Every AHOY comic also features
extra prose stories and illustrations!
What reviewers are saying about BILLIONAIRE ISLAND:
“Feature[s] Russell’s signature knack for blending
heartbreaking drama with disarming wit.”
— AiPT Comics
— FORCES OF GEEK
Publisher – AHOY Comics
AHOY Comics debuted in the fall of 2018 with the bold promise for readers to expect more from its line of comic book magazines, featuring comic book stories, poetry, prose fiction, and cartoons. The independent, Syracuse-based company is the brainchild of Publisher Hart Seely, an award-winning reporter whose humor and satire has appeared in The New York Times and on National Public Radio. AHOY’s Editor-in-Chief Tom Peyer is committed to publishing comics with a (dark) sense of humor with titles like the superhero parody THE WRONG EARTH, the religious satire HIGH HEAVEN, the sci fi spoof CAPTAIN GINGER, the time travel tales PLANET OF THE NERDS and BRONZE AGE BOOGIE, HASHTAG: DANGER and the anthology series EDGAR ALLAN POE’S SNIFTER OF TERROR. This summer, the company will publish the highly anticipated SECOND COMING, the satirical comic book series by Mark Russell and Richard Pace in which Jesus Christ resumes His Holy Mission.