Welcome to Solid Comix

As a comic book writer I have been fortunate enough to work for such incredible publishers as DC, Marvel, Image, Dark Horse, Boom, Dynamite, and Lion Forge. I’ve also had the opportunity to write some of my favorite characters and work with some of the best artists in the business. Now it is time to embark on a new adventure… Solid Comix.

Solid Comix is a small publishing company I’ve started to create and release projects near and dear to my heart — limited series and original graphic novels written and co-created by me, and drawn by a host of talented artists. I’m still working with other publishers, and have several major projects coming out over the next several years. But there are also projects that I want to do, which for a variety of reasons simply make more sense to publish myself. For those of you that don’t know, my writing career began in 1996 with the self-published ‘zine BadAzz MoFo. Not only did BadAzz MoFo contain my first published comic book stories; it was also my introduction to the comic industry. Every great professional opportunity I’ve had sprang from the work I did as a self-publisher. And that’s why I’m getting back to my self-publishing roots with Solid Comix.

The first project from Solid Comix will be One Fall, a five-issue mini-series co-created by myself and artist Brett Weldele (with some help and input from writer Ted Pirro). The first issue of One Fall will come out in Spring 2019. Later in 2019, Solid Comix will release the original graphic novel The Hated, by myself and artist Sean Damien Hill.

Please take a moment to watch this video and learn about this new adventure.

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  1. First and foremost I’d like to congratulate you Mr. Walker on going BACK to your self publishing roots. I am very much aware of some of the ISSUES you might or might not be dealing with in the comic industry, and again I applaude you for taking the bull by the horns. That being said, I am a huge fan of bringing cultural diversity to comics and hope to one day myself become a comic book writer. I currently have a company in the games industry so finding time to raise a child and work and work on my passion is tough to say the least. Your work far exceeds the industry status quo and I can’t wait to see how well you do on your own. STAY SOLID!

    Best wishes,


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