If you are new to the world of Secret Identity and don't know about Witch Hunter, you can check them out online at
DriveThru Comics (search Monarch Comics) - http://comics.drivethrustuff.com/
Comics Plus (search Witch Hunter) - http://digital.comicsplusapp.com/ -
Comics Fix - https://comicsfix.com/series/witch-hunter
Witch Hunter will be available through additional online/app distributors in 2016. See monarchcomics.com for updates. A new site will be launching in 2016.
If you want print copies, Monarch Comics has made a distribution arrangement with Ingram for bookstores; Amazon, and Barnes & Noble
Witch Hunter issues and trades can also be found at monarchcomics.com
And look out for WITCH HUNTER in your local shops because there is talk about an agreement to distribute through comic book stores.
The Monarch Comics family visually has not only grown but features some incredible artists...
Attached is art from:
Hunter McFalls (interior artist)
Arnel Avetria (interior artist)
James Howard (interior artist)
David Miller (cover and interior artist)
Jose del Nido (cover artist)
Michal Dukiewicz (cover artist)
"Monarch Comics exhibits from the publishing section of the NY Comic Con every year and will be expanding exhibitions to other shows. Monarch Comics will be exhibiting from booth 2018 at this year's NY Comic Con. They will be offering several convention-special packages to catch up new fans and get old fans their latest issues in a fun magic bag. Issues 1-22, a Witch Hunter in Chaos Land board game
with limited edition figurine, and Witch Hunter 21 cover poster will be available for $40 in a shopping bag bearing original art. A second package, adding the new twisted adventure anthology magazine Monarch Comics Chroncicles #1 (featuring a cover by veteran artist Gerry Talaoc) to what's in the previous package will be $45. A third package, adding three additional posters, will be $50. Witch Hunter antihero The Woman in Black will be at the booth for photographs and inspiring fear."
Witch Hunter is represented by international licensing agency Grand Design Communications, which is granting licenses to publishers outside the U.S. to publish Witch Hunter issues and trades in other countries.
Here's their site: http://www.granddesignonline.net/?s=witch+hunter&submit=Search
"People don’t believe in magic anymore, so that magic is being stolen from them…secretly. Forged in the flames of the Salem witch hunts, Jon Redmont is resurrected 300 years later at the dawn of a new old world order. An underground movement composed of the dispossessed elder races of the Earth, including dark elves, dwarves, and giants, among others, is slowly turning our world into theirs. This movement is led by Jon’s old inquisitors, who are a clandestine guild of evil witches known as The Scarlet Circle. Jon is endowed with the combined strength, abilities, and knowledge of his coven of light, a spell making him resistant to magic used against him, and an irreverence toward the powers that be in the shadows, especially The Scarlet Circle. Humanity unwittingly invests its energy in its own downfall through its support of products, media, politicians, and ministries that The Scarlet Circle controls. The Scarlet Circle is using that energy to renew and ultimately reclaim the Earth, which humanity is destroying, with power that humanity doesn’t even believe it possesses. Opposing the darkness without being darkened by it, Jon Redmont now hunts the hunters as…Witch Hunter!"