Scout Comics is proud to present The Wild Cosmos

Scout Comics is proud to present The Wild Cosmos

By Nolan P. Smith

Deep space adventures await as Scout Comics has announced a 2019 release for the news series, The Wild Cosmos.

The series features writing chores and artwork by Curtis Clow (founder of Infinity Studios, Shards VOL. II/The Dragons Kin), line artwork by Mauro ManDalari (The Sensational G-Girl, Assassin’s Creed Awakening), with future line artwork by Guillermo Fajardo (Breakfast Time Cereal Series Illustrations), and artwork and color by Harrison Yinfaowei (Captain Canuck, Karmic Agenda).

By looking at the artwork, you know your interest in piqued. Here is the official word on the series from Scout:

THE WILD COSMOS takes place in a future where humanity flies through the stars and inhabits multiple worlds scattered among the ever-expanding universe. The story follows Cooper, the captain of a group of smugglers. After leading his crew down the wrong path, he must now make a trade with murderous pirates in order to rescue what could be his last surviving crew-mate. In order to do so, Cooper must capture a mysterious girl, Zara, who is determined to get revenge on the people who destroyed her life. Zara’s dangerous reputation is known through the galaxy and Cooper must traverse a series of dangerous adventures to capture Zara and save the life of his crew-mate.

“The Wild Cosmos is an action-packed space adventure that will have comic book fans completely hooked,” said Scout President James Haick. “We love the talent, creativity and complete uniqueness of the series and truly believe our Scout ‘Mavericks’ will be more than happy with this new series.”

Scout Comics was founded to discover, develop, and support content creators in addition to helping translate their projects to different platforms and mediums. The label has had several breakout hits recently, including Zinnober, Obliv18n, The Mall, Stabbity Bunny and The Source.

For more information on THE WILD COSMOS or any other Scout titles, please contact James Pruett, Publisher, at

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