Today is release day for the second arc of Cimarronin, our Foreworld adventure set in Mexico during the 17th century. It picks up where Cimarronin: A Samurai in New Spain left off, and follows the adventures of the wily Jesuit priest Luis Manuel Pérez de Guzmán and his long-suffuring companion, Kitazume Gonpachiro.
Plus we get more insight into the mysterious backstory of El Gato and Irgen, as all four rush toward their destiny in Mexico City.
You can buy the first issue of Cimarronin on Comixology (here) or on Amazon, where it is being offered as a serial—one price for all three issues, delivered over the next few weeks (here).
Today is release day for Cimarronin, our latest Foreworld adventure. Subtitled “A Samurai in New Spain,” it follows the adventures of disgraced ronin Kitazume Gonpachiro who is dragged into an adventure in Mexico by his old friend, the wily Jesuit priest Luis Manuel Pérez de Guzmán. Naturally, not everything is as it seems, and when the pair reach Spanish-occupied Mexico, Kitazume discovers that Luis had dragged him into not only a civil war but a conflict that extends both to China and Spain. It’s a re-envisioning of true events of the 17th century, Foreworld style!
Jet City Comics has posted a five page excerpt from the comic showcasing artist Robert Sammelin’s process from the layouts to the inks to the final coloring.
You can buy the first issue of Cimarronin on Comixology (here) or on Amazon, where it is being offered as a serial–one price for all three issues, delivered over the next few weeks (here).