AfterShock Comics Invites Fans to ‘READ DANGEROUSLY’ in 2019

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One of the industry’s fastest-growing independent publishing companies, AfterShock, is gearing up audiences for a ‘dangerous’ year of reading in 2019.

The publisher’s new slogan, ‘Read Dangerously’, will be supported by a robust marketing campaign, that will serve as a rally cry advertising initiative to keep readers engaged throughout the year.

Over the past few years, having produced such fan-favorite books like Animosity, Dark Ark and A Walk Through Hell, the publisher will look to push the envelope this year with upcoming projects from bright new creative teams, on series like Stronghold, Horde and Oberon.

“AfterShock was created to push new boundaries by giving the comic world’s most creative writers and artists free reign to blow readers’ minds,” said Publisher and CCO Joe Pruett. “As a result, we’ve published some of the industry’s edgiest and most compelling content since our launch in 2015 and inked deals over the past year to bring a few of our flagship titles to the big screen with major studio partners. With groundbreaking new titles set for debut this year, there has never been a better time than right now to discover all that AfterShock has to offer.”

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Click HERE for the official release on AfterShock’s The Year of Reading Dangerously.

The publisher has also announced its 2019 addition to Free Comic Book Day. More HERE.

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