Lesser Known Comics Partners With Dizzy Doom Media For ‘Digital Lizards Of Doom’

by Brendan M. Allen

Brand-new indie comic book publisher Lesser Known Comics is teaming up with Dizzy Doom Media to release the Digital Lizards of Doom series, new series spin-offs, and other exciting graphic novels.

Digital Lizards of Doom, previously with Clover Press, has already made a racket within the industry. Creator Gabriel Valentin realized he was looking for a company with an entirely new outlook on the comic book business, and Lesser Known Comics fits the bill. 

In November 2020, Mark Bernal started Lesser Known Comics with the goal of changing industry standards and how artists are treated.  The company creates and publishes original content while also publishing independent creator-owned comics. They are committed to putting art before profit, honing some of the most favorable contracts in the industry that focus on giving creators the largest amount of creative freedom, best work/life balance, and the strongest collective bargaining rights. The company has created 13 comic books to date, and aims to publish 14 more by the end of 2021.

“We are stoked to add Digital Lizards of Doom to our catalog,” said Mark Bernal. “Gabe already has an amazing thing going and we feel honored just to be able to share these books with as many new readers as possible.” 

“I had been chatting with Mark for a while through social media and I was always impressed with who they were working with and the incredible talent they brought in,” said Gabriel Valentin. “After seeing his commitment to the artists and the indie comic scene, I knew I wanted Lesser Known Comics to be the new home of Digital Lizards of Doom!”

Digital Lizards of Doom Level 2: Commander E.K.O. is set to hit stores this Fall, with production for Digital Lizards of Doom Level 3: Dana Deathly wrapping production in December.

Today, Lesser Known Comics launched a Kickstarter campaign for Lesser Known Comics Batch #3, their newest release of comics, mini-comics, art prints, and collectibles from indie comic creators all over the US, Spain, Italy, and Argentina, and features collector’s edition of Digital Lizards of Doom Level 1: Dizzy Doom. Readers can find that Kickstarter campaign right here.

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