Bliss on Tap Comics Bring us Zombies, Aliens and More! The Horror!

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Those that know me know that I spend a LOT of time looking for new horror comics to read. Seeing GlobalComix partner up with Bliss on Tap definitely made my work easier for me this week! As an added bonus, 5 readers will get a discount code!!!

Discount code: HFIXJUNE17Discount link:

In the comics world, you’re bound to find some gems. Diamonds in the rough. And sometimes you find euphoria. You find your bliss. That’s how we feel knowing Bliss on Tap is now on GlobalComix. We’re thrilled to partner with Brian Philipson and his team of extraordinarily talented creators to bring you the full Bliss on Tap catalog here on GlobalComix.

Brian shared: “Bliss on Tap comics cater to a carefully curated crowd of weary rock stars, old poets, graffiti artists, out-of-style influencers, soon-to-be zombies, stoners, loners, lost time-travelers, extraterrestrial outcasts and those discerning readers who don’t always find what they’re looking for in the mainstream.  We’re excited to work with Global Comix and its awesome team to bring our unique voices and independent library of comics & graphic novels to its worldwide audience (which word on the street says is some of the best in the comic business).”

From Future Proof to Weed MagicGod The Dyslexic Dog to Train 8, you are bound to find a story in their catalog that suits your fancy. That is, if you enjoy comics that are excellently composed, a bit twisted, and don’t take themselves too seriously.

“One of my favorite things about being a part of GlobalComix is learning about the amazing indie stories from folks I might not have had on my radar, and Bliss on Tap is a great example of that,” said GlobalComix’s own Chris Carter. “I’m thrilled to have gotten to know Brian and his work and I’m looking forward to new folks sharing in the privilege of reading his work.”

You can read Bliss on Tap now, along with 5,000+ other comics for $1.99 for your first month! Find out more about our current discount promotion on unlimited reading at

About Bliss on Tap: With the idea of creating a new kind of comic for the 21st century, Bliss on Tap started in 2004 in Los Angeles when the father and son team, Phil Phillipson & Brian Phillipson, were joined by artist and Eisner Award Hall of Fame Nominee Alex Nino in creating the graphic novel series, God the Dyslexic Dog.  This hit title literally launched their independent comic book company and they have been churning out comic books ever since.  With over a dozen homegrown distinctive series now in print, BOT has also worked with a variety of movie studios to create comic adaptations of feature films such as Hardcore HenryUglydollsThe Happytime Murders and Valerian.  Bliss on Tap has also somehow found itself featured in such highbrow mainstream publications as High TimesThe New York TimesForbes Magazine and The Wall Street Journal.

1. Future Proof, 371 pages – Published by Bliss on Tap, (cc/ @brianphillipson)

Future Proof is an on-going, bi-monthly series which follows two outcast agents who are recruited into a systematic one-way journey back through time where ultimately their actions allow for the most monumental events in history to take place. Issue #1 jumps right into the action as the two agents get caught up in the middle of one of the greatest conspiracies of all time — the Kennedy…

Story and Art by Alex Cormack, Alex Murillo, Brian Phillipson, Kris Shedarowich, Philip Phillipson

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Ash Hamilton is not only the owner of, but also one of its major contributors. A long time horror movie enthusiast, Ash has lent his personality to radio and television and continues to support his favorite genre through his writing and art. He also loves beef jerky and puppies... and low-grade street-quality hallucinogens.

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