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The fun is just beginning…

Haverhill, MA, May 29, 2008 – Who says you can never go home again? Professor Mystik, that’s who!

Bounding off the character’s return after a long absence in issue #1, issue #2 continues to turn things upside down for the Fist of Justice. And when an unexpected visitor shows up needing help, he, also known as Marc Mason, finds himself in the thick of it all again.

Scripted by promising writer Mike Imboden, with stunning art by Eduardo Savid, Ric Milk, John Wycough, and Stacie Ponder, Fist of Justice takes comic book superheroes back to their roots, yet maintains its modern charm.

Beginning his adventures in the Digital Webbing anthology, Digital Webbing Presents, the Fist of Justice returns to reclaim his throne as Charm City’s top protector. But now there’s a new obstacle in his path, and the changes just keep coming. Just check out the cover for issue #2!

And if you won’t take our word for it, check out these articles covering the release party for Fist of Justice:



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Fist of Justice #2, on sale June 4, 2008

Just when Marc Mason thought things were returning to normal, the enigmatic Professor Mistyk makes his much-requested return and he’s looking for help that only the Fist of Justice can provide! But can FOJ deliver when he discovers what he’s being asked to do?

Find a five page preview of the issue here:



Fist of Justice #3 on sale in August!
Mike Imboden, the man behind FOJ will be appearing at the following conventions this season. Be sure to stop by, say hi, and pick up a copy or two of Fist of Justice!

Heroes Con – June 20th – 22nd
Comic Geek Speak Super Show – September 6th and 7th
Baltimore Comic-Con – September 27th and 28th
Learn more about the Fist of Justice at www.fistofjustice.com and www.digitalwebbing.com.

Tell your comic shop to carry FIST OF JUSTICE!

Digital Webbing started in 1997 as a website (www.digitalwebbing.com) where creators could collaborate and find jobs in the comic book industry. In 2001, Digital Webbing entered the publishing arena showcasing new, established and upcoming talent in the anthology Digital Webbing Presents. Digital Webbing has expanded beyond the anthology and now publishes BloodRayne (based on the video game), Fist of Justice, E-Man, Sword of Dracula, Dark 48, Zombie Highway, Bleeders, Team 14, Demon’s Regret, and Ayano.


May 30, 2008 - Posted by | international news |

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