Scream it Loud: VOLUME to Debut in 2019 at Scout Comics

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The creative team of Christof Bogacs, Skylar Patridge and Nadia Shammas, are set to debut Volume in 2019 at Scout Comics, a story of teenage angst and rebellion.

The story will take place in the future, which is overseen by a populist dictatorship called, The Regime. Essa, a teenager fed up with the bland and colorless world, seeks to stand up against them through the noise that is one killer rock song.

Volume has been rattling around in my head for a while now,” Said Bogacs. “This is me venting all my pent-up teenage rage in an immature display of punching, explosions and song lyrics. The best part is I get to pull Skye and Nadia into the fray with me!”

The creative trio is on a mission to take a created world devoid of personality and smash it with color and punk music, but also capture what encapsulates the way teen girls are seemingly silenced and undervalued.

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Volume #1 will land on shelves in 2019. For more information regarding this upcoming series or any other Scout titles, please contact Publisher James Pruett at: [email protected]

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Check out the cover for the first issue, above, and a sneak peek at some interiors, below.

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