200% Funded on Kickstarter! LadyDarke is a new dark super hero adventure comic, crafted for the 21st century. Backed by over 300 fans, LadyDarke has excited and energized comic book readers around the world. Visit the LadyDarke page here for more info.

Crisis Vector

Crisis Vector blends Jack Kirby’s Fourth World, Japanese roleplaying games, and ’80s rock operas together into an incredible epic tale with memorable characters and non-stop creativity. Written and created by Erik Radvon, featuring art by Samir Simao and Ross Taylor, with lettering by Micah Myers. Visit the Crisis Vector page for more info.

Crypt Zero

“Crypt Zero” is an independently published comic book written and produced by Erik Radvon with art by Rob Croonenborghs and letters by Micah Myers. Spaceman-for-hire Commander Dal is sent to a remote planet on a scouting mission. He finds an ancient crypt and a whole lotta talking dead things. A pulpy sci-fi thriller in the classic EC Comics tradition. All orders are shipped bagged, boarded, and signed by the author!


16 pgs. / B&W / $5

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Voodoo Bird

“Voodoo Bird” is an independently published comic written and produced by Erik Radvon with art by Rob Croonenborghs and letters by Micah Myers. Inspired by the long-running “Tharg’s Future Shocks” segment found in British comic magazine 2000 A.D., this short story tells the tale of a hot new app that goes viral and becomes an instant global obsession…with a little help from ancient black magic. It’s Flappy Bird meets Invasion of the Body Snatchers! Buy Voodoo Bird via the link below. All orders are shipped bagged, boarded, and signed by the author!


8 pgs. / B&W / $3

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Shakespeare Shaken – “Mantua County”

Publisher: Red Stylo

“Mantua County” is an original comic story written by Erik Radvon with art by Seva Khibkin. Based on Shakespeare’s most enduring work, Romeo and Juliet, the comic tells the unknown tale of the mysterious apothecary. Published by Red  Stylo in the “Shakespeare Shaken” anthology collection and also available for digital download.

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“Mantua County” by Erik Radvon has beautiful art and features the background story of the apothecary from Romeo and Juliet. Very bittersweet and it totally makes sense for this small but oddly detailed character from the famous play.” —


Colonial Comics Vol II: New England, 1750-1775 –
“The Call Up”

Publisher: Fulcrum Press

“The Call Up” is a comic story about an untold tale of the American Revolution prior to the Shot Heard ‘Round the World of 1776. Two years before the war began, the citizens of Worcester County in Massachusetts removed themselves from British rule through a display of courage and civil disobedience. Written by Erik Radvon, art by Noel Tuazon, and colors by Rob Croonenborghs. Published in Colonial Comics Vol II: New England, 1750-1775 edited by Jason Rodriguez.

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The 27 Club –
“Generation Nirvana”

Publisher: Action Lab

2016 Harvey Award Nominee for Best Anthology! Stories of musicians and rock stars who met their fate at the mystical age of 27, featuring the essay “Generation Nirvana” by Erik Radvon. Special hardcover edition with foil cover / slipcase / numbered and signed. 242 pages, full color.

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Pros and Comic Cons –
“A Lonely Place of Trying”

Publisher: Dark Horse

Prose piece “A Lonely Place of Trying” about the strange and unique experience of being a comic book writer in Artist Alley.

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Comic Book Reviews

Comic Book Roundup Review Aggregation

Full archive of Erik Radvon reviews at

Road Rage #2 (IDW)

The Dark Tower: The Gunslinger – The Way Station #4 (Marvel)

Uncanny X-Force #23 (Marvel)

Supreme #63 (Image)

Swamp Thing #8 (DC)

Saucer Country #2 (Vertigo)

The Secret Service #1 (Marvel)

Superman #8 (DC)

G.I. Combat #1 (DC)

Sweet Tooth #33 (Vertigo)

Avengers Assemble #3 (Marvel)

Youngblood #71 (Image)

The Sandman: Overture #1 (Vertigo)

Amazing X-Men #1 (Marvel)

X-Men: Gold #1 (Marvel)

Revolutionary War: Alpha #1 (Marvel)

Amazing Spider-Man #700.1 (Marvel)

Black Science #1 (Image)

Detective Comics #27 (DC)

Batman and Robin Annual #2 (DC)

Turok #1 (Dynamite / Gold Key)

Thanos Annual #1 (Marvel)

Original Sin #3 (Marvel)

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Turtles in Time #1 (IDW)

Superman #32 (DC)

How i Made the World #1 (Indie)

Black Kiss XXXmas in July Special (Image)

Rocket Raccoon #1 (Marvel)

Armor Hunters #2 (Valiant)

Spider-Man 2099 #1 (Marvel)

Spread #1 (Image)

Proud (Indie)

Original Sin #6 (Marvel)

Teen Titans #1 (DC)

Supreme Blue Rose #1 (Image)

Superman #33 (DC)

Transformers vs. G.I. Joe #1 (IDW)


The Unlikely Legacy of ‘Knightfall’ – Part I – The Breaking of the 20th Century Bat
The Unlikely Legacy of ‘Knightfall’ – Part II – He Who Rules the Night
The Unlikely Legacy of ‘Knightfall’ – Part III – Return of the King

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