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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.

Please do not hesitate to like this and tweet it as well below. Comments are always welcome. We need to spread this far and wide. Local talents like Donald do not get enough of the recognition they deserve! Thank you!

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Alpha Q comic: Work in progress

Alpha Q Work in Progress - Heroes of the North
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Alpha Q layouts and Hornet Cover Sneak Peek!

The Alpha Q comic is progressing at a good clip. Here’s one of our trademarked sneak peak:

Alpha Q Layouts Sneak Peak

Donald Caron recently sent us an absolutely gorgeous Work in Progress for his Hornet cover illustration. Our Newsletter subscribers will be able to see it after midnight tonight by using the password they received with the latest newsletter by clicking here. The image will be online until midnight, on October 31st. The newsletter containing the password will start shipping to everyone at 11:45 tonight.
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Omnibus cover by MAS

Here’s the final version of the Omnibus cover by MAS.

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More stuff!

First, an article about Hornet’s new costume.

Second, we are proud to announce that artist
David J. Cutler will be illustrating the upcoming Nordik comic.

Third, we were number one yesterday on Koldcast. We make regularly the top ten but it is always an honour to make #1. This time it was thanks to their
blog.

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Fourth, our Toronto Fan Expo Gallery is up.

And here’s a look at the Work in Progress for the Omnibus cover by Marcus MAS Smith:

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Acadia Final Design

That’s it! The final version of the design for the Acadia figurine by Marcus MAS Smith. Next step: colours!

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Pacifica: Origins comic now online!

The Pacifica comic is now online! Find out how Victoria Kelinza became the Vancouver based heroine known as Pacifica! Written by Yann Brouillette, penciled, inked and coloured by Marcus MAS Smith and lettered by Keiren Smith with a cover by Ty Templeton.

On a side note, all our comics are now HTML5, hence readable on all those Flash adverse devices. They are also in a easier to read online format.
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Black Terror Figurine

Black Terror Figurine


We got the first painted prototype of the Black Terror figurine, played on screen by John Fallon. The figurine was designed by Marcus MAS Smith and sculpted by Gensen. This figurine comes with red LEDs inside the head, which gives it an even creepier look when lit! Check out a few more pictures of the current work in progress... The chest logo is missing at this stage and there are a few more details to be added but it is almost there! There are currently four (4) figurines ready to ship. There will be a grand total of twelve (12) figurines for the first season of Heroes of the North.

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Pacifica Inks

Here is a sneak peek at a couple of inked pages from the upcoming Pacifica: Origins comic book written by Yann Brouillette and penciled and inked by Marcus MAS Smith. This is one of the lightest stories in tone so far in the Heroes of the North universe and is a breath of fresh air in our admittedly dark cycle of comics. We cannot wait to show you the whole story which will come out some time during the month of May. Keep an eye out for our Newsletter (or sign up if you have not already!) for more info on the release date of both the comic and Episode 17, which will introduce Pacifica and the lovely Alexandra Ordolis, who plays the Vancouver superheroine in the live action episodes.

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Latest Figurines Designs

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For those who missed it, the latest figurines designs by MAS for the last Figurines to be made for Season 1 are now online in the Gallery. Enjoy!

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Figurines Designs

The last three designs for the Heroes of the North First Season series of Figurines are finally out! Designed by Marcus “MAS” Smith, they feature Pacifica (played by Alexandra Ordolis), Masquerade (played by Pia Metni) and the evil Medusa Commander (played by Constantine Kourtidis). This complete the first series of figurines planned for Season 1. We cannot wait to see the actual sculpt. Visit the Galleries to see all the stages.

Figurines Design

Completed Figurines

Upcoming Figurines

You can also get the figurines in our store.

Also we finally implemented our Newsletter system. You can register for the newsletter anytime here.
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Pacifica comic

The Pacifica: Origins comic is coming soon, in preparation for episode 17 which will relate some of her adventures in Quebec later this spring. We have a few layout pages for those interested. Obviously this is not final art, just the basic layouts that the artist does to shape the flow of the story. Art by MAS and script by Yann Brouillette. Pacifica is played by Alexandra Ordolis in the live action show.


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Crimson Comic now online!

The Crimson comic book written by Yann and Michel Brouillette, penciled by Marcus Smith aka MAS, with a cover by Armando Huerta for the online version and a cover by Donald Caron for the print version (Available later), is now online. The character of Crimson is interpreted by model Bianca Beauchamp in the series. WARNING: This is an extremely harsh story and it will offend some readers. Discretion is strongly advised. We recommend however that people who can stomach it read it BEFORE watching Episode 12. It will give a lot more depth to the content of that episode.
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