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Xenoglyphs: Discover the Future of Comics

November 07, 2011 | Comments: 0 | Views: 160

Are you looking for a good comic to read? Find yourself pining over the comics of yore? If you're a comic book junkie and are always on the lookout for the next big thing, don't hesitate to check out Xenoglyphs, an innovative new comic in the adventure mystery genre that's set to be an instant classic. This cutting-edge comic book is scheduled to be released in 2012 and is expected to receive significant accolades.

Xenoglyphs tells of the exhilarating adventures of Steven James, who unravels some of the world's greatest mysteries. Everything from the secrets of Ancient Egypt to why natural disasters happen is explained in Xenoglyphs, which has comic book enthusiasts on the edges of their seats. So far, Xenoglyphs has accumulated over 30,000 Facebook fans, all of whom are anxiously waiting to get their hands on the first issue!

What is Xenoglyphs?

Xenoglyphs means "foreign symbols" and is pronounced Zenoglyphs. Xenoglyphs' appeal lies in its twisting plot, references to fascinating historical events, stunning artwork, and captivating characters. This isn't your average comic book. Xenoglyphs is a highly-anticipated series that has been making waves at comic cons all over the country in the last several months. In addition to the comic book, the creators of Xenoglyphs are hoping to release a Xenoglyphs app game and animated series down the line. So, don't be surprised if you see Xenoglyphs on TV the next time you're eating cereal and watching your Saturday morning cartoons.

Steven James, the main character of Xenoglyphs, is on a quest to prevent the evil Anubis from gathering all of the Xenoglyphs, which are stones with elemental powers. Steven is accompanied by his best friend and sidekick, Dominick, who also happens to be a talented computer hacker. Dominick's hacking skills certainly come in handy as he and Steven try to prevent the Xenoglyphs from falling into the wrong hands.

The Creative Minds behind Xenoglyphs

Xenoglyphs, which was created and written by Omar Spahi and drawn by PJ Catacutan, is scheduled to be released in 2012. Ever wondered what happened to the Greek Gods? The first issue of Xenoglyphs will reveal just that. Many more exciting riddles and mysteries from history will be tackled in upcoming issues.

Anticipation continues to build over the release of Xenoglyphs, as concept art is gradually introduced and fans learn more about the battle between good and evil that's about to take place. Over 30,000 Facebook fans can't be wrong. Stay tuned, so you can check out the first issue before supplies runs out - this comic is going to be unlike anything you've ever seen before!

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