• About Amigo Comics

    Amigo is an independent company which publishes a wide variety of creator-owned comic books with some talented creators! Horror, Fantasy and Sci-Fi are our genres of choice. Check our Twitter and Facebook page!

    ¡Feliz Navidad, amigos!

    by  • December 22, 2012 • Blog

    We want to share with you all our good wishes!   And for these who still visit other pages than Facebook… we want to introduce you to a little tour at the Amigo Comics lair. Beware! Watch the following video at your own risk! Have a Happy 2013!

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    Who are Amigo?

    by  • December 7, 2012 • Blog

    Amigo is in love. In love with comics. In love with these tiny magical floppies with countless universes of fun and entertainment inside. And Amigo is determined to show new fans their love, starting with Juan JosĂ© Ryp with “Rogues!” #1. Amigo Comics plans on publishing their love for comics about fantasy, about horror and even science-fiction! Amigo...

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    Ryp and Rogues! Old Compadres

    by  • December 5, 2012 • Rogues

    The ROGUES are back in town… and I’m really happy to see this dear old series –the first series I had the honor to create with El Torres, have finally its second chance. It’s also a honor and a pleasure to introduce them to the newest readers with this first issue. I love BRAM and...

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    ROGUES!

    by  • November 26, 2012 • Rogues

    Rogues Story by: El Torres Art by: Juan José Ryp & Rubén Rojas Color by: Fran Gamboa & Rubén Rojas Here comes Bram and the Weasel! Two unlikely heroes… Ok, they aren’t heroes or at least they don’t role that way. Real Heroes don’t steal, don’t pay whores, and never lay with the girls that they...

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    THE WESTWOOD WITCHES

    by  • November 18, 2012 • The Westwood Witches

    The Westwood Witches Story by: El Torres Art by: Abel GarcĂ­a   Jack is a successful writer of bestsellers… which he hates. Suffering from writer’s block, he  decides to go back to his old neighbourhood, not knowing that his neighbours are real witches, the kind of demonworshippers that kill anyone who could disturb Westwood.

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