‘Verse’ returns to the web before the release of a third print collection

The conclusion to Sam Beck’s epic fantasy will arrive in print this summer.

Verse, the long-running webcomic by Sam Beck that went offline when Vault Comics began collecting it in print, has returned to the web as Beck and Vault prepare to release the third and final volume, Verse: The Song.

“I started Verse off as a webcomic, so you can’t imagine how thrilled I am that it’s finally returning to the web,” Beck said. “It’s always been important to me to bring it back to its original form, and I hope it gets everyone excited for the final book in the series.”

Verse is set on a world where magic is feared–only evil monsters known as Vell use it. But when the main character, Fife, discovers a girl named Neitya with mysterious powers, they team up on an adventure that will change everything.

Here’s a look at the cover for the third volume:

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Lynn Johnston returns with a series of kid’s books

The ‘For Better or For Worse’ creator has announced a new series featuring robots drawn in her distinct style.

For Better or For Worse creator Lynn Johnston retired from creating daily comic strips back in 2008, but that doesn’t mean she’s done creating.

“I tried to retire. I really did. But after a year or so of bumbling about, I realized I had to do something creative with my time,” she said on her website.

So she’s turned her attention to something different from her long-running comic strip — stories about robots.

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