In a groundbreaking announcement today, Lion Forge Press original architects and co-founders Carl Reed and David Stewart II are officially coming back to oversee its future.
“Our goal is to show greater differentiation in creative and style among all the titles, as well as adding new series focused on Young Adult and Middle-Grade readership,” says Lion Forge CEO and Found David Steward II. “Catalyst Prime came about as part of our promise to produce ‘Comics for Everyone,’ and we want to publish books that cover all genres with inclusive representation across these titles. I think readers still want more unique stories from diverse points of view, and while the market may seem saturated with Marvel and DC, we feel there is room to create something authentic and different.”
The future looks bright for Lion Forge with their new title that has the potential of giving Marvel and DC a run for their money. Quincredible, their new title that will debut in August, will follow Quinton, a high school sophomore who moonlights as a superhero. Written by Mildred Louis, with art by Selina Espiritu and Michelle Wong, the story will focus on Quinton being mentored by Maya, a member of her neighborhood watch who watches out for him. It will also feature a face-off with Null, an embittered young man with a vendetta against Foresight Corp. and all superheroes. This will be a title to watch out for in the future and Lion Forge will be a press to watch in the coming months.