Transfuzion Publishing Signs The Continentals

The Continentals by Darryl Hughes and Monique MacNaughton

Here's some good news for fans of the webcomic, The ContinentalsTransfuzion Publishing will be putting it out as a series of graphic novels. 

Crisscrossing the literary genres of murder/mystery, action/adventure, historical drama, horror, science fiction, and  steampunk, The Continentals by writer/creator Darryl Hughes and artist Monique MacNaughton, — both nominated for the “Rising Star” category for the Glyph Comic Awards — is a modern re-imagining of the classic 19th century Sherlock Holmes "who done it" murder mystery created for the 21st century comic fan.

Transfuzion Publisher Gary Reed said, “when Darryl sent me the pages of The Continentals, I was very interested.  I knew that I wanted to see more so to obviously, I thought that it was something other people would like to see more of.  We started talking and I’m excited about bringing out the hard copies of the story.”

“The exact date of the first trade paperback to be released will be announced as soon as a firm schedule can be structured,” Reed stated.  “We’ll let the first story arc complete its run online and the next story will continue online while the first trade comes out.”

Writer/creator Darryl Hughes says response so far to the online strip has been fantastic.  “The main attraction of The Continentals is that its a really well told, well drawn, murder, mystery, adventure that draws you deeper and deeper into the story with each turn of the page as you follow characters that are both interesting and engaging unravel a tangled web of intrigue as you both try to figure out who done it and why. That's what a good murder/mystery should do. And that's what The Continentals is. It's a damned good murder/mystery, with amazingly detailed black and white artwork by Monique (MacNaughton) that will just take your breath away, if I do say so myself. And I do!”

Xaviar Xerexes

Wandering webcomic ronin. Created Comixpedia (2002-2005) and ComixTalk (2006-2012; 2016-?). Made a lot of unfinished comics and novels.