Founded in 2005 by Tyler & Wendy Chin-Tanner, A Wave Blue World is an independent publisher of quality graphic novels and comic books with a focus on originality and cultural relevance.
AWBW projects range from in-house titles such as the New York Times recommended “American Terrorist,” collaborations with creators to realize their visions, such as Marguerite Bennett’s short story collection “Ghastly Tales,” high-end art books like “Punkrock Jazz: The Art of Toby Cypress,” or anthologies like “Broken Frontier,” which raised nearly $60,000 on Kickstarter and featured a number of talented creators such as Cullen Bunn, Greg Pak, Steve Orlando and Justin Zimmerman.
Whatever the project, AWBW is always looking to expand its audience and improve the reading experience, while standing up for the rights of the creators that make this work possible.
Welcome to Under Current, AWBW’s new line of digital comics.
Every week we’ll post updates with new pages of each of our titles that you can read free online across all your devices.
Once the story is complete, we’ll print it as an original graphic novel.
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Vol 1. The Rise of Tzalekuhl
In the land of Mezo, a new empire rises to power demanding that all must kneel to their god or suffer the consequences. Any hope for the resistance depends on an allegiance between old rivals and the return of the mythology of the Elders.
THE 27 RUN
Broken hero. Bi-polar AI. Irradiated wasteland. A subversive / existential black-comedy crisis centuries in the making. But mostly? It’s big frickin’ Mechs versus big frickin’ Monsters!
Kismet, Man of Fate
Punching Nazis used to be more than a meme. In 1944, it was a vocation. And no one put his gloved fist in the faces of more fascists than the Man of Fate, the Algerian Operative, our man in Occupied France — Kismet.
Then, he disappeared. Gone without a trace…until now.
The Phantom of the Opera
The classic novel brought to life like you’ve never seen it before. Who is the ghost that haunts the opera house and how is he connected to the sudden disappearance of singer Christine Daaé?
Mystery, romance and horror are all rolled into one in this graphic novel adaptation of Gaton Leroux’s masterpiece.
The Broken Frontier Anthology
Loved & Lost
The Killing Jar