The first digital issue of Spera: Vol. 3 is up on comiXology! This issue features art by Michael Dialynas
and a cover illustration by Hannah Christenson. >>>> Purchase the issue
Josh Tierney, Afu Chan, Kyla Vanderklugt and Polly Guo will be together at TCAF this May 11th & 12th.
They will have copies of Volumes 1 & 2 as well as the Glass Flowers Special and free postcards.
Head to table 258, which is located in the Owlkids section on the upper floor. >>>> See the full map here.
Other Spera artists at TCAF include Gigi D.G. (Vol. 1 pin-up), Rebecca Mock (Vol. 3), Kris Mukai (Vol. 2), Roman Muradov (Vol. 2)
and Saicoink & Dirchansky (One and Another).
Glass Flowers makes its debut!
Part 1 of Spera-Comic.com's ongoing webcomic is now online, featuring art from Volume I's Hwei.
Glass Flowers follows Pira, Lono, Yonder and Chobo as they head to the Island of the Festival Prince for a much-desired vacation --
only to fall into what might be one of their biggest adventures yet.
The new webcomic will be serialised weekly in 5-page parts, with each part illustrated by a different artist.
It is written by Josh Tierney, features character designs by Afu Chan, Olivier Pichard and the comic artists,
and is produced online with the help of Olivier.
GF will switch to a bi-weekly schedule upon the release of Volume II in February from Archaia.
>>>> Read Glass Flowers
One and Another, a Spera shoujo written by Josh Tierney and illustrated by Saicoink and Dirchansky, can now be read in Online Comics. >>>> Read One and Another
Training written by Josh Tierney & Miklós Felvidéki and drawn by Miklós Felvidéki is now online. >>>> Read Training
Spera: Volume II is now being serialised monthly on comiXology.
The first two issues are currently available with four more to come! >>>> Purchase digital comics
Josh Tierney will be sharing a table with Kyla Vanderklugt, Hwei and Victoria Grace Elliott
at the Toronto Comic Arts Festival, where they'll be promoting Spera with copies
of Volume I,
and free Vol. I & Vol. II postcards.
Also exhibiting at TCAF will be Vol. I artists Emily Carroll, Jordyn Bochon and Luke Pearson.
Admission to TCAF is free. We hope to see you there!
Want to win a copy of Spera: Volume I,
signed by Kyla Vanderklugt, Hwei, Emily Carroll, Jordyn F. Bochon, Luke Pearson and Josh Tierney?
How about a copy of the print edition of
Magical Girls to go with it,
signed by Victoria Grace Elliott, cover artist Hwei and Josh Tierney?
One artist will be selected to receive both of these prizes, while two others will receive signed copies of
All you have to do to enter is create some snazzy Magical Girls fanart, post it online and send the link
The three winning pieces will also be featured on the website.
The deadline for this contest is April 9th, though it's possible it'll change to a slightly later date.
Sometimes Yonder dreams -- and often it is a recurring one involving armour, his younger self and a
sense of purpose. Yonder's Dream is brought to life through feverish colours and animated GIF elements by Joanna Krótka,
who also came up with the original concept. >>>> Read Yonder's Dream
Steamed Horror, featuring art by Giannis Milonogiannis and a cover by Ray Jones, is now online. >>>> Read Steamed Horror
Frilly costumes! Ornate attack shouts! Magical activation jewellery!
All 24 pages of Magical Girls are now online, and it's probably the world Lono wishes the main story was.
Follow high school students Pira and Lono as they uncover the nefarious schemes of the Starless,
all while studying for tests and reading comic books. Magical Girls was illustrated by Victoria Grace Elliott, who you can find at brightflash.tumblr.com >>>> Read Magical Girls
A new Spera short is now online : The Starless is a dark, foreboding prequel to Spera: Volume I,
offering the first real look at Pira's old life. >>>> Read The Starless
Welcome to the new Spera site!
Here you'll find accessible links and info for all the different aspects of Spera,
including the original collaboration, new online comics and the physical graphic novel series from Archaia.
Just hover your cursor over the main page's text for quick descriptions of each section.
The new site was conceptualised by Josh Tierney
and Kyla Vanderklugt,
designed and painted by Olivier Pichard,
and uses banners by Kyla and characters by Afu Chan.
Lono appears on the site for now, but more characters will be arriving in the coming weeks.
Spera is created by Josh Tierney,
features character designs by Afu Chan and is illustrated by artists
from around the world. If you have any questions or comments, feel free to email Josh at