Amigo Comics FEB 2014 Solicitations: Nancy in Hell visits Amigo… with a Dragon!

Nancy in Hell: A Dragon in Hell

Nancy in Hell: A Dragon in Hell

Official Press Release

Nancy in Hell meets Amigo in February!

December 2013

Expect the impossible! Amigo is proud to announce a crossover event between the two main characters… and two publishing houses.  Nancy in Hell visits Amigo Comics with the help of the great creation by Erik Larsen…The Savage Dragon! This great one-shot have been chosen as Staff Pick in December Previews!

Also, Lunita and the second volume of Rogues! come to the end of their miniseries. Three crowning jewels for Amigo in February!

Nancy in Hell: A Dragon in Hell

Nancy in Hell: A Dragon in Hell

Nancy in Hell: A Dragon in Hell

Story by: El Torres
Art by: Enrique Lorenzana
Color: Sandra Molina & Esther Sanz

Some people meet in the most strange places. For the very first time, Nancy In Hell has a crossover, and it is with one of the most beloved, long-running independent Image Comics original characters: The Savage Dragon.

But strangely, this very first crossover is not at Image Comics where they were born, but at Amigo Comics. El Torres is the creator of ” Nancy In Hell “, and wanted to write a one-shot that would attract some attention over to Amigo Comics. Luckily the folks at Image Comics allowed him to do it with Nancy In Hell … and maestro Erik Larsen gave permission to use Malcolm Dragon.

Erik Larsen has always supported the independent creation of comics in many ways. He allowed the creators of “Nancy in Hell” to use the Savage Dragon as special guest star in the book. But make no mistake, this is a Nancy In Hell book, so there are plenty of demons, blood splashes and brain-dead zombies being ripped apart by a chainsaw, following the “B-movie” style featured in the Image Comics ” Nancy In Hell ” saga.

Nancy in hell: A Dragon in Hell is an one-shot, written by El Torres and with art by Enrique Lorenzana, who already worked together on the Image Comics miniseries Comics ” Nancy In Hell” and “Nancy In Hell On Earth”. So grease your chainsaws and prepare your fists… Hell is going to become even a crazier place!

ACTION, ALL AGES SC 7×10, 32pgs, FC, $3.99
UPC Code: 799456681634-00311

ROGUES! Vol. 2, #5

ROGUES! Vol. 2, #5

ROGUES! Vol. 2, #5

Story by: El Torres
Art by: Lolita Aldea
Color by: Sandra Molina
Cover Artist: Lolita Aldea

Lolita Aldea’s fantastic run on Rogues concludes here! If you haven’t taken a look at her amazing artwork, do it NOW before it’s too late!

And the time comes when heroes return to their homes. They go back to normality, and carry on with their boring lives. But that’s not the case of Bram and Weasel, because they live in Gerada, City of Thieves… and also because Hakon the Deathless isn’t… well, dead.

The tale that redefined Bram and Weasel’s relationship, in the series that mixes humor, action, fantasy, undead vikings and, for this time only, even dragons!

$3,99, one shot, 32 pages, FC
UPC Code: 799456681641-00511




Story by: Xavier Morell
Art by: Sergi San Julián
Cover Artist: Sergi San Julián

This is the final chapter of Lunita!

The plan has gone terribly wrong, and the Mermaids have declared war upon Mankind. Lunita must face them and stop the massacre… even by paying with her own life if needed!

The fantastic run of the daughter of the Moon concludes with a shocking finale!

The adventure -located in the mythical Spain, with monsters, politics, witches and cats- comes to a startling conclusion. The artwork by Sergi San Julian and the script by Xavier Morell have received great praises!

“The art that I’ve seen of these books are really incredible and some of the best cartooning I’ve seen. I don’t know why I’ve not seen or heard of Amigo until recently, but I’m making a point of picking up some back issues and getting more familiar with their library of comics. I would suggest you do the same. “

—Comic Addiction

$3,99, one shot, 32 pages, FC
UPC Code: 799456681658-00411


  • LUNITA First Impressions at The Broken Infinite: “Pretty good art with a great story behind it. And while the style is gonna take a little to get used to, it is still a good style. And the story and characters hook you.”!
  • Greg Burgas makes a great review of ROGUES at Comic Book Resources: “The pokes at the various characters are a bit obvious, but that’s part of what makes them fun. Torres is pretty good at showing how deadly serious can be funny but also scary, as the characters are on their killing mission and they don’t care that they’re tasked to kill a woman and children. So Torres uses it to his advantage.”
  • Nancy in Hell: A Dragon in Hell is a Staff Pick on Previews! Review by Matthew Demory.
  • Perhaps you already know that you can find our books at Iverse’s ComicsPlus and Comixology. if you are a digital reader, please go and check them!
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