Brawler 3


A perfect bound, full-colour anthology of strange tales and amazing stories! The third issue of our amazing Brawler anthology, Brawler #3 tells more strange and amazing tales! Brawler #3 contains: WOLFHEART - Mercenary Karn Wolfheart struggles to survive in the brutal years that followed the collapse of the once mighty Roman Empire. By Ferg Handley, James Devlin & Rob Jones. MAJOR RAKHANA - The steampunk space-ace that calls the shots, Major Rakhana is our Glorious Empire's staunch defender against the wicked alien hordes in our outermost colonies. By Steve Tanner, Pete Woods & Rob Jones. THE KILLING STROKE - Feudal Japan, a lone Samurai, and actions that speak louder than words. By Gary Crutchley & Matt Soffe. SPACE BANSHEE EXORCIST -Fenshaw is a banshee who’s moved into space and become an exorcist. Undead in the space age, she makes a ‘living’ travelling between moon colonies and star stations, helping hapless humans rid themselves of the spectres and ghouls they've brought with them from earth. By Katie Cunningham & Danielle Wiebe. KARL KAMPE, MONSTER HUNTER - The hit Swedish adventure comics character makes his Brawler return! By Jorgen Karlsson, Hakan Aydin & Ichsan Ansori. AMNESIA AGENTS - There is a physical place where your memories go. You forget a person, a place or even your keys, they end up in Echo. Sometimes, evil forces led by the Forget Foxes steal memories and hide them, and it's the job of the Amnesia Agents to get them back. By Jason Cobley and James Gray. KEIKO PANDA - Turn left and the world is different. Humans live and fight alongside and against Mammalians and Arboreans, intelligent animals and vegetables! Samurai Commander Keiko Panda of Nippon investigates strange events and crimes in the mountains and mists of the east. By Jason Cobley & Andrew Richmond. THE BAKER STREET IRREGULARS - Tasked by Winston Churchill to "set Europe ablaze" during WWII, the Special Operations Executive had their headquarters at 64 Baker St and were nicknamed the 'Baker Street Irregulars'. Officially disbanded in 1946, they secretly continued with a new remit. For the Baker St Irregulars, alien invasions and paranormal incursions are all in a day's work. By David Morris.