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Toolbox

Toolbox is about a future off world human settlement that reprograms a construction robot to protect them from bandits and dangerous wildlife in the area. It’s equal parts Science Fiction and Western Adventure. At its heart it’s about technology, sisterhood, character and what it means to be a family.

The graphic novel is 72 pages of amazing full color artwork by Dark Horse’s “Henchgirl” artist, Kristen Gudsnuk, and scripting by Kyle Gnepper.




 

 


The Samurnauts: Curse of the Dreadnuts #3

Part 3 of 4! With Master Al’s sacrifice, will Sora get back to the team? What does Captain BlackStar and the mysterious Sea Witch have in store for their newly nabbed nemesis? And what happened after the events in 1855 — where the Purple Samurnaut banished the Dreadnuts to the far reaches of space? All this and more in the penultimate issue of Curse of the Dreadnuts!

The Samurnauts: Curse of the Dreadnuts #3 is a 36 page full cover adventure suitable for all age enjoyment. Featuring the artwork of Matt Wright, the fine words of Kyle Gnepper, and a story written, and drawn by Marc Alan Fishman.




 


The Samurnauts: Curse of the Dreadnuts #2

The action continues! Sora stole the experimental Samurcycle… with three Dreadnuts on his tail! The continuation of Curse of the Dreadnuts sees the Violet Samurnaut in the most danger he’s ever faced. And with the rest of the team still licking their wounds from the first attack? How will he survive? And what of the Samurnauts of 1851? The Steampunk Samurnauts faced BlackStar and his mysterious Sea Witch… but something happened that Master Al has hidden for centuries. It’s time to venture forth, and see the pulse-pounding continuation of your favorite Samurai-Astronauts!

The Samurnauts: Curse of the Dreadnuts #2 is a 37 page full cover adventure suitable for all age enjoyment. Featuring the artwork of Matt Wright, the fine words of Kyle Gnepper, and a story written, and drawn by Marc Alan Fishman.





The Samurnauts: Curse of the Dreadnuts #1

The Samurnauts return for their very first mini-series! The Samurai-Astronauts of 2 different eras encounter a foe like they never met before… The Dreadnuts. Evil zombie pirates bent on world destruction. Can Al, the immortal leader of the Samurnauts lead his students to victory over an enemy more powerful than they ever faced before? And how did the Dreadnuts survive over 1000 years to possibly return for revenge? There’s only one way to find out!

The Samurnauts: Curse of the Dreadnuts #1 is a 36 page full cover adventure suitable for all age enjoyment. Featuring the paintings of Matt Wright, the fine words of Kyle Gnepper, and a story written, and drawn by Marc Alan Fishman.





The All New Samurnauts: Genesis

Here’s your chance to own the Samurnauts first published adventure!  “The All New Samurnauts: Genesis” is a reprint of Disposable Razors #3, with special bonus materials!

Join the Samurnauts: Samurai-Astronauts, led by their immortal monkey leader Al, NASA space monkey turned immortal kung-fu warrior! In their first comic, you’ll see Al’s secret origin, as well as an encounter between The All New Samurnauts of the 25th century and the Oni-Saurus clan! This all ages romp is full color, 32 pages, and comes complete with never-seen-before sketches, pin-ups, and more!

The book features the paintings of Matt Wright, the fine words of Kyle Gnepper, and a story written, and drawn by Marc Alan Fishman.





Disposable Razors #3

Unshaven Comics presents Disposable Razors #3! Issue 3 features the impossibly awesome “The All New Samurnauts.” Samurai-Astronauts, led by their immortal monkey leader fight off the attacks of Demon Dinosaurs from Space! Get the secret origins of Al, NASA space monkey turned immortal kung-fu warrior… and a tale taken straight from the 25th century! All that, and the return of The White! The book features the pencils, inks and paints of Matt Wright, the fine words of Kyle Gnepper, and a story  written, and drawn by Marc Alan Fishman.

Please note: This book is SOLD OUT, and for the time being, will no longer be offered.


Disposable Razors #2

Unshaven Comics presents Disposable Razors #2! Issue 2 features the super-hero smash-em-up “Iron Side: Living Will“. When the last of his ‘R-Platoon’ super soldiers passes away, their former commander decides it’s time to leave the world the only way he knows how–fighting until he can’t stand! Is Iron Side going out swinging, or does he have an agenda? And what does Liberty’s Torch, the citizen-saviour, have to do with the world’s first super hero? Find out (and catch up on the continuing fun of ‘The White‘ ) in Disposable Razors #2! The book features the pencils and inks of Matt Wright, and was cover illustrated, written, and colored by Marc Alan Fishman.


Disposable Razors #1

Unshaven Comics presents Disposable Razors #1! Issue 2 features the horror-thriller “Chasing Daylight“. Four friends take their annual ‘bro-cation’ to kick back, relax, and enjoy a lifelong friendship. When an unspeakable horror threatens them, these long-time companions begin a cross-country race to save their lives. Will they all make it to the end? Can friendship stand more than a test of time… can it stand the threat of eminent danger? Will they stay in the light, or succumb to the dark? Read the Unshaven Comics’ first original comic book to find out! And while you’re at it? Enjoy the beginning to the series spanning tale, ‘The White‘. The book features the pencils and inks of Matt Wright, the writing of Kyle Gnepper, and was cover illustrated, colored by Marc Alan Fishman.


The March: Crossing Bridges in America

In 2006, Chicago hosted a march in opposition to new legislature that would change immigration law in significantly detrimental ways. Over 400,000 people peacefully marched across the city. It was an unprecedented event that unified a diverse and proud sect of Chicagoans. Carefully crafting a fictional account (based on stories passed to Unshaven Comics) of this true life event… The March was Unshaven Comics’ first published work. An all ages story, peppered with actual Chicago photography, The March is a well received graphic novel that marries the reality of the Chicago immigrant life with a positive message. The book features the character work of Matt Wright, the writing of Kyle Gnepper, and was colored and co-written by Marc Alan Fishman.

If you’d like to get your hands on a copy, never fear! Simply click here to purchase the book on amazon.com!