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Hornet by Donald Caron

Hornet Comic Book Cover by Donald Caron

Donald Caron has done it again! This fantastic wrap around cover set piece features the deadly Hornet, captured in feral action, as she breaks inside the Flowers Industries weapons factory. One of the hardest illustrations he ever had to make apparently. But we cannot tell by looking at it! It is simply astonishing!

The attention to details in Donald’s work is simply astonishing! His
Heroes of the North illustrations are simply out of this world!

This illustration will grace the print cover of the
Hornet comic. We will also make a limited amount of prints, which you will be able to procure in the STORE.

The Hornet Comic Book is written by Yann Brouillette, with pencils and inks by MAS, Colours and lettering by Keiren Smith. Digital Version cover by Dean Yeagle and Print cover by Donald Caron.

Hornet is played by Marie-Claude Bourbonnais.

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Hornet Comic Book now available in Digital Format


Hornet by Dean Yeagle



Our
critically acclaimed Hornet comic book is now finally available for digital download in the store for the very reasonable sum of one dollar.

The book was written by Yann Brouillette, penciled and inked by
MAS and coloured and lettered by Keiren T. Smith. The Digital version cover is by Dean Yeagle. The print version cover is by Donald Caron.

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Orlando MegaCon Figurines Special: Free shipping until March 24th!

As some of you may know, we are headed for the Orlando MegaCon this March and the characters of Hornet (Marie-Claude Bourbonnais) and Fleur-de-Lys (Edith Labelle) will be there as well! To celebrate this opportunity, we are offering free shipping on the Hornet and Fleur-de-Lys figurines until March 24th, and both figurines will ship with their respective illustration, also free! Hornet is drawn by Dean Yeagle while Fleur-de-Lys is interpreted by Al Rio. You can order them in the store.
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