Official Press Release


Highpowered Five Issue Series Explores The Dynamic of Superheroes Facing Up To Real-World Problems

LOS ANGELES, CA – July 6, 2012 — On August 22,2012 comics fans will have their chance to witness the next stage in superhero fiction with ONENATION.

ONENATION is a five-issue limited series featuring the hero Paragon, the first superhuman the world has ever seen. His idealistic views of doing good for mankind and what it means to be a superhero are challenged when the reality of changing the world hits. At first harkening in name, design, and deed to the likes of Captain America or Superman, as the series progresses Paragon; along with a rising generation of superhumans called Keramats, find the trappings of being a superhero ill-fitting when it comes to his larger role of saving the world…from itself.

30pgs. Full color   **MATURE READERS**

“It’s a book about what could happen if good people – not damaged, arrogant or cynical, but decent and well-meaning – were given the power to change the world,” says Alverne Ball, co-writer of the series. “ONENATION is about how the world could be better if we, as individuals, had the power to substantially change it.”

ONENATION was co-created by Jason Reeves and John-Reuben Milton, and for the comic series Reeves will act as co-writer and penciller, to be joined by co-writer Alverne Ball and colorist Luis Guerroro.

“Fans of interventionist superhero stories such as Stormwatch, The Ultimates, The Authorityy or Marvelman will have a lot to love with ONENATION,” Reeves stated.

ONENATION #1 will be on sale online @ on August 22, 2012.  With copies in print for $3.99 and digital copies for $1.99.


Jason Reeves is a Los Angeles-based comics creator who has had his comics work published by USA Today, Devil’s Due Publishing, Arcana Studios. In addition to comics, he has done illustration for Esquire Magazine,’s ‘F-00 Fighters’ series, HASBRO’s G.I. Joe line and Arcana Studios. For more on his work and ONENATION, visit

About Alverne Ball is a Chicago-based comic creator and writer who has produced work for such companies as Camp Fire Books, Paramount Pictures, Arcana Studios, McGraw-Hill, Fish Bowl Productions, Umoja charitable corporation, and numerous Indie creators and publishers.  For more on his work visit


ONENATION colorist Luis Guerrero, based in Vera Cruz, Mexico, has been published in several countries, including Mexico, China, Canada, United States and the United Kingdom. He has worked for companies such as Zeroes2heroes publishing, Digital Noixe Productions, Image comics and Ape entertainment.  You can see more of his work at

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Jason Reeves at



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