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Tercona News

Welcome to my brand new Tercona website!


Hi. My name is Frank James Bailey. I’m a voice actor and the creator of the Tercona book series. There are now 3 novels and 3 comic books in the series with more comic books on the way.

I created Tercona as a “nod” to my daughter Paige. When she was 7 (many years ago) she told me “Daddy, I don’t like princesses anymore. I like superheros!” So that’s how the seed of Tercona was planted in my head. In return, I named Tercona’s alter ego after her.



Browse the “Books and Comics” section to find out about each novel and comic book in the series.

Read about all the characters on the “Characters” page  and you can also read a “sneak peek” of each comic book too.


If you like what you see, head over to the “Shop” page to purchase the comics, books and prints that are for sale.

 

FYI…there is a VERY limited run of the variant covers for comics # 1, # 2 & # 3. Only 50, and I’ve already sold a few. Once their gone, their gone for good.


The newest comic book is comic #3 Tercona: Burmese.

As Tercona and her sidekick – oops, sorry – her friend Britney are patrolling the streets of Bayville Heights they encounter a new villain named Burmese. He’s 7 feet tall, 300 lbs and he’s after one thing, Tercona. They find out the hard way that he has the ability to mind control people. He forces Britney to fight Tercona! One question remains, is he working alone or does he work for someone?

To purchase the regular cover of this comic click HERE:

** For the Limited-edition Special cover click HERE:

Read a small sample of this comic HERE:

 


Finally, I want to send a shout out to the artist of my Tercona comics, Ujval Purabiya. He’s from India and we’ve worked together since 2015. Check out all his other work on his social media.

Find his Facebook page HERE:

You can also find him on Instagram HERE:

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Tercona News #2

In any normal year, right about now, I’d be telling about a comic con I attended this past weekend – but this isn’t any normal year. This year we had to deal with a pandemic. So there’s no live comic cons. (Well, I did go to one back in March. Wizard World in Cleveland but after that, all of my cons were canceled for 2020.)

This year I’m been doing a lot of on-line comic cons. Some of them are not really cons but more like a YouTube channel that supports independent comic book creators so they interviewed me to talk about Tercona and other things.

Below are a few videos I did recently.