KIRBY MARTIN INQUEST #1: NOW ON SALE!
Theatre is delighted to present the first exciting issue of
this landmark, new mini-series, now available for
via the good folks at ComixPress!
The Kirby Martin Inquest introduces Charles Scott; a man who
has chosen to become the masked vigilante called White
This unique tale presents a character of great depth, whose
complex motivations and life experiences are the subject of
dense first issue. Learn more about the incarcerated killer
Black Ghost, whilst diving into the mystery of the
of the titular character, Special Agent Kirby Martin.
What came before is as intriguing as what comes next, and is
intimately intertwined with the question of the fate to
"Mike Haseloff shares a tale that
is thick with atmosphere and maintains a
nice subtext of tension." - C.
"It's nice to see a tale that is easily approachable
but actually requires some puzzle work..." B.
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Review: The Kirby Martin Inquest
enjoy a highly stylized, film noir feel to your comic
reading? Ever cracked the page of a vintage pulp novel, dug
into the story and felt right at home? The Kirby Martin
Inquest may have been written just for you."
Following up Broken Frontier's positive remarks is yet
another review from an online outlet praising the
atmosphere, tempered artwork, and narrative strengths of The
Kirby Martin Inquest. Comic Related delves deeper into the
twisting tale of Charles Scott, and takes a look at some of
the unconventional writing style that makes The Kirby Martin
Inquest a unique, pulp-inspired read. [Click
to read review!]
Frontier Review: The Kirby Martin Inquest
attractive cover of this self-published mini-comic lies the
story of Charles Scott, the White Ghost. Set in the late
Forties, he becomes a vigilante to seek out a serial killer
who kept eluding the police, dubbed "the Black
Ghost." After catching the killer, Charles Scott finds
himself unable to stop playing the role of vigilante and
hunts down new dangers that threaten his city."
NLT is delighted to have the first issue of KMI reviewed by
news and review source, Broken Frontier. Despite some
inaccuracies of format
and story specifics, the review is a basic insight into some
of the inner workings
of KMI #1. Overall a pleasing and positive response! [Click
to read review!]
Spirit of Chernobyl
Nite Lite Theatre is proud to present an exclusive online short story
one of the many adventures of NLT's newest landmark
character - The Semite!
Follow this endearing action-adventure set in the
1980's, as the Semite is called
to a priority mission in Europe! Strange events are
developing through the
region, and the US Military fear the worst. Luckily the
chosen son is on hand to
investigate what is inevitably destined to be far stranger!
Written & Created by Mike Haseloff; Pencilled &
Inked by Pedro Cruz!
[Click here to read it online now!]
Cruz: Selected Sketches
Pedro Cruz, penciller on the first issue of the exciting
Nite Lite Theatre series
The Kirby Martin Inquest, has released a sketchbook
collecting a variety of
works stretching across a decade! If you just couldn't get
enough of his gritty
pencils on The Kirby Martin Inquest, then you simply
must get to know his work
further through this exciting collection!
Selected Sketches is available independently of Nite
Lite Theatre, sold online
via the good folks at Lulu! Be sure to support Pedro, and
his endeavors kindly!
here to buy it online now!]
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