The story of two women in a distant galaxy — one a fighter pilot, the other a religious acolyte — who uncover a conspiracy connecting the galaxy’s dominant religion and corporation, Invisible Kingdom sees Wilson return to creator-owned original comic book work for the first time since her 2008 series Air — which was edited by Berger.
Portland small press Microcosm is taking over its own distribution, leaving big distributors out of its business model entirely. I suspect that in the next ten years, we'll see more and more small publishers take on their own distribution models. Microcosm also explained why they're not going to deal with Amazon anymore.
Speaking of alternative distribution models, cartooning website The Nib is running a Kickstarter to fund a quarterly print magazine. The world could use more quality print publications, so give if you can. Without a doubt, the best reward in this campaign is a chance for cartoonist Emily Flake to draw and paint a picture of how you do or do not want to die.