|Cover art for sword and sorcery sci-fi comic, Bigfoot -- Sword of the Earthman|
On January 23rd 2008 (exactly 6 years ago today), The Telegraph reported, "The photograph, taken in 2004 by the Mars explorer Spirit, appears to show a human shaped object that looks startlingly like previous photographs purporting to have captured Bigfoot."
The comic Bigfoot: Sword of the Earthman explains how he got there. Deep into it's fifth issue, of a six-part series, Bigfoot: SOTE has been a media darling inside the world of independent publishers. Creator, publisher and writer, Josh S. Henaman, describes the comic as, "Equal parts Conan and Flash Gordon." Filling out the creative team is Andy Taylor (line art) and Tamra Bonvillain (colorist) and boasts a logo design by Tim (Enormous) Daniel.
We have read every issue so far and the series gets better and better with every installation.
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Bigfoot is no stranger to comics and if you are a real insider you will know that Bigfoot taught Superboy how to be a Superman back in 1977. In the same year an over sized Bigfoot named Yetigar fought Godzilla.
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Brewhouse Comics is the ultimate DIY publishing house. Founded in 2012 by Josh S. Henaman, Brewhouse takes its name from the public houses of old, where the emphasis was on good drink, good company and great stories. Focusing on craft, Brewhouse aims to take that philosophy into the comic book world one story at a time.
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