#BlackComicsMonth – Day 13 – Mildred Louis – Agents of the Realm Preview

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BlackComicsMonth Day 12 brings an awesome web comic series, Agents of the Realm, from creator Mildred Louis! Mildred is a freelance illustrator with a background in traditional animation. Louis updates this fantastic series three times a week. Here’s a preview of this gorgeous series.

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Shortly after beginning their first year of college at Silvermount University, Five young women discover that they’ve each been chosen to help protect not just our world, but a newly discovered sister dimension as well. As they venture forward through their college years their lives start to take on forms of their own, providing them with new opportunities to learn just how much power they have over them.

Agents of the Realm is a College years coming of age story, taking influence from a number of timeless Magical Girl themed stories.

The story does contain some coarse language and (fantasy) violence. It also covers sensitive subject matter such as Domestic Abuse and violence, Alcoholism, Eating Disorders and Self-harm.

You can read Mildred Louis’ Agents of the Realm here for free and tune in for updates on Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday.

Mildred Louis is a freelance illustrator with a background in traditional animation. Comics were a part of her life for as long as she could remember, so it was pretty inevitable that one day I’d take on creating my own comics to share with the world. Her work is a mixture of character focused tales with a healthy dose of obnoxiously bright colors. She’s currently publishing Agents of the Realm, a Magical Girl inspired web comic series three times a week on Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday. She is also working on a straight to print Semi-high fantasy story called Bound Blades that will be launched early 2016.

Stay tuned for a review and an exclusive interview with Mildred Louis today for BlackComicsMonth!