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The PCU Preview: Exit Generation

Here we go again comics fans. ComixTribe, the folks that have brought us titles such as The Red Ten and Scam, showcase their newest release. Sam Read, writer of ComixTribe’s excellent one shot Find, pens this new sci fi tale.



EXIT GENERATION Coming Soon from ComixTribe

Hey Comic Fans… you dig sci fi, right?
Earth…The Final Buffet

ComixTribe Welcomes Underground UK Hit EXIT GENERATION to the Family! New Series Launches This Fall!

We’re thrilled to announce that we’re bringing the four-part science fiction adventure series EXIT GENERATION by Sam Read (Find) and Caio Oliveira (Super Ego), with covers by artist Ramon Villalobos (Marvel’s Original Sins) to the direct market this September.

Set in a near future, where a sudden depopulation of Earth has resulted in a comfortable but dull utopia, EXIT GENERATION follows a bored punk named Jack, who is thrust suddenly into the unlikely role of savior when hungry aliens snatch his nearest and dearest.  The first issue of this monthly series lands in comic shops and on Comixology this Fall.

“Hungry aliens vs tasty humans… EXIT GENERATION is the ultimate food fight!” said ComixTribe Editor-in-Chief Steven Forbes. “EG delivers a sci-fi romp with attitude and heart that will appeal to readers of all ages.”“Both Caio and I are delighted that ComixTribe saw EXIT GENERATION fitting into their excellent slate of titles,” said writer Sam Read.  “After the excellent reception for FIND, I’m excited to collaborate with them on taking this series worldwide.”During an initial self-published release, EXIT GENERATION spawned a strong cult following on the UK independent comic scene.

Exit Generation has sold better than Saga for us,” said Jared Myland of OK Comics in Leeds, a shop short-listed for the Spirit of Retail Eisner Award in 2014. “In fact it’s only been outsold by Batman and Amazing Spider-ManIt’s our best selling self published comic, ever.

EXIT GENERATION has also garnered positive attention from critics:

“This is one that’s well worth getting your hands on, folks.” – Craig Neilson,

“Exit Generation is a massively ambitious undertaking and more importantly, a completely successful one.” – Alasdair Stuart,

“A great read from start to finish.” – Sara Westrop,

In addition to four brilliant covers by Ramon Villalobos, EXIT GENERATION’s direct market release will feature a special variant, ComixTribe’s first ever set of four connecting covers by the most dangerous man in comics, Joe Mulvey (SCAM.) 

Concept sketch for Joe Mulvey’s four interconnected covers for EXIT GENERATION #1-4.
“With EXIT GENERATION, Sam did just about everything right,” said ComixTribe publisher Tyler James. “He put in the work, assembled an incredible team, made a great series, and then went out and sold it one copy at a time. After the surprise sell out success of FIND earlier this year, it was a no-brainer to work with Sam again to bring EXIT GENERATION to the wider audience it deserves.”Teaser images, previews and more will be posted at the new EXIT GENERATIONFacebook Page, in anticipation of the series’ release later this summer. EXIT GENERATION will release monthly in the direct market and digitally (day-and-date) on Comixology starting in September.Series subscriptions can also be purchased now on ComixTribe’s online store.
About ComixTribe

ComixTribe is a publisher of creator-owned comics, including AND THEN EMILY WAS GONESCAMThe Red Ten, Oxymoron, EPIC, and The Standard.  In addition to being a publishing imprint, ComixTribe is also an online community, with the mission statement: Creators helping creators make better comics. ComixTribe also sponsors the annual 30 Characters Challenge, an online art event where participants challenge themselves to create 30 brand new characters in just 30 days, one for every day of November. Visit or email publisher Tyler James ( to learn more.

About John Amenta (74 Articles)
Born and raised in Central Connecticut. Raised on the good stuff, such as Star Wars, Marvel G.I. Joe comics and a heaping spoonful of Saturday morning cartoons. Many years later, still sticking to the ways of younger life, to counteract the terror of adult existence.
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