The Remnants is about an ancient land visited by three evil sister witches and the mysteries that surround them. The story follows a young vagrant and a cast of other characters whose destiny it becomes to defend the village from the witches. Also there are werewolves and zombies. This American made, manga influenced comic took form in 2011. There have been five printed issues, and beginning in 2016, the story will transition into a free, weekly, online series. See how their journey unfolds in a world shrouded in magic and mystery!
The Remnants is written, illustrated, and produced by Aremo Massa, an artist originally born and raised in NYC, who now resides in Philadelphia.
T. Perran Mitchell
T. Perran Mitchell is a writer, letterer, and all around maker of things. He is the creator and publisher of The Chronicles of the Tal Nor, a high adventure fantasy comic that weaves together elements of criminal drama, inventive fantasy, and realistic heroes bringing justice to a lawless world. In addition to working on his own comics T. has contributed to numerous other projects as a letterer and writer. Most notable is the upcoming Club 27 from Red Stylo Media. He currently resides in a creepy old house on the outskirts of Phoenixville PA, spending all his time crafting things from words and yarn.
Jasmine has spent most of her life in Virginia. She thought Biology was the one for her in college, but had an amicable break up when the Chemistry got too difficult. She finished strong returning to her lifelong love, Art, and focused her attention on Comics. Her work has been featured in the Less Than Epic Fanbook and online. She enjoys being a bit of an internet nobody, fewer people to let her know when she’s been wrong.
A.D. Puchalski is an illustrator and cartoonist with an interest in smashing together pop culture, water colors and fantasy themes. And ponies.
Mike Manley was born in Detroit, Michigan and has been drawing and working in comics and commercial art since he was 15. He has been a working comic book professional since the age of 23. His powerful and expressive drawings, dynamic inks and strong story telling skills, have made him an in-demand artist for some of comic’s top titles for all of the major publishers. In 1990 Mike co-created and drew the character Darkhawk for Marvel. In 1996 Mike broke into the animation field and joined the staff at Warner Bros., doing storyboards and background designs for Batman, Superman, Venture Bros and more. In 2001 Mike started his twice Eisner Award nominated Draw! Magazine and teaches storyboarding, drawing and cartooning classes at The University of the Arts and the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts.
See them at the
LOCUST MOON COMICS FESTIVAL 2015
Saturday, October 31 – Halloween!
11 am – 6 pm
@ The Rotunda
4014 Walnut Street
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19104
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