‘Section Zero’ Back To Action As Webcomic!

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The story of a covert government agency was originally published under Image Comics‘ short-lived Gorilla Comics imprint. Only three issues of the title were ever released.

 

Section Zero Cover

So here’s what we’re gonna do: Tom and I are working on new Section Zero material now, squeezing it in around our day jobs,

wrote Kesel on his Mad Genius Comics site.

At the same time we’ll be posting all the previously published Section Zero storyline – starting with today’s 5-Page Prologue, followed by 3 pages every Thursday. By the time all that’s posted, we’ll have a ton of new stuff ready.

If you haven’t read Section Zero before, this is your chance. If you’ve already read them you’ll still want to check in because A) Richard Starkings, First Tiger at Comicraft, has insanely and wonderfully insisted on ‘freshening’ the lettering for the book, so the pages have a slightly different look to them, and B) since re-lettering was being done anyway, I’m tweaking the script here and there.

The changes aren’t major, just important.

Kesel and Grummett are known for their collaboration on the creation of the modern version of Superboy.

Section Zero was originally released in 2000.

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