Both are nearing their conclusion but there are plans to continue reprinting the adventures of characters from that era.
Let's start with the character that comics fans are most likely to recognize. The text below is from a Johnny Canuck project update from last month.
I have all the scans in for future projects! The next will be Mr. Monster and this book (and project) will be much smaller at 52 pages, but will include a foreword by Michael T Gilbert, the writer and artist who readapted the character in the 80s, some great artists new and returning, and many other fun surprises!
In fairness, the "origins" theme was more specific to the original Mr. Monster's son. There was little reason to expect a great deal of effort to be directed towards dad so I look forward to Pops getting the star treatment and I think the two books will end up complementing each other quite nicely, if by coincidence.
Over to the post-Brok project. The following is copied from the Brok Windsor Facebook page and was also included in a project update:
I am pleased to say that The Wing & possibly Nitro, two superheroes from Bell Features have been licensed and are currently being collected.
Wing is a comic creator by day and a superheroine with a magic cape by night!
Nitro is a character that I admit I have to dig into a bit more, but I was taken by him in the one Wing crossover and I'd be happy to present both characters to you in the next collection.
In the first text box of the first panel after the splash in Joke Comics 4 we find out that Trixie is a writer who creates stories about a “mythical” superhero called “The Wing” with the privilege of dramatic irony we also find out that she is, unbeknownst to anyone else, in reality that character and that she bases her stories on her own real adventures.
We also find out The Wing’s cape is magical and that it can overcome the force of gravity allowing her to fly.
Some personal favourite art from the current projects.