Author Archives: Jeremy Mohler

Free Mars is a gritty sci-fi rock opera set against the backdrop of a dystopian Mars colony in the year 2339. As civil war looms on the Red Planet, the Revolution finds an unlikely symbol in the form of a punk band. The group quickly discovers, however, that their new fame comes at a price…

We are delighted to have acquired the first novel of a gender-bending space opera series from Mexican-American debut writer C. G. Volars. With a bisexual, Latinx hero and cast of unpredictably oddball aliens, STATIC OVER SPACE flips the script on damsels-in-distress to take a hilariously scathing look at the underlying nature of sexual politics, gender roles, and power imbalance.

Outland Entertainment is pleased to announce a collaboration with Elijah Richardson and Leroy E. Bryant to publish their zombie graphic novel, Night of the Vegan.

Check out the cover process for Jason Fischers’s Papa Lucy & The Boneman! Steve Firchow, the cover artist, talks about how he approached illustrating the cover!

Outland Entertainment is pleased to announce a collaboration with Jason Fischer to publish his post-apocalyptic transmedia series, Books of Then & Now, beginning with Papa Lucy & The Boneman.

Outland Entertainment is pleased to announce a collaboration with Scott Colby to publish his urban fantasy series, Deviant Magic, starting with A Date With Death.

Please join Outland Entertainment for our First Annual Black Friday – Cyber Monday Sale starting Friday the 27th through Monday the 30th of November. Our entire library of BOOKS & GRAPHIC NOVELS will be marked 20% off.

Outland Entertainment is pleased to announce a collaboration with Ryan Collins to publish the game Siege Command and an original graphic novel based on his world of Pridefall.

Artist Chris Yarbrough discusses the production of The Black Yonnix cover!

Outland Entertainment is pleased to announce a collaboration with Travis Hanson to publish full-color graphic novels of the original black and white comic, The Bean. Like being whisked away from grayscale Kansas and awakening in Technicolor Oz, fans of The Bean can finally hold the full-color story in their hands.

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