The most notable product of the company is its Grognak the Barbarian series. Several terminal entries in the company headquarters detail its various other comic book series, as well as future projects; one of them even involving Vault Boy.
The company was, due to heavy sponsorship of the pre-War U.S. military, considered heavily patriotic, illustrated particularly by their publishing of the Tales from the Front series.
- Grognak the Barbarian
- The Adventures of Captain Cosmos
- Reign of Grelok
- Kid Wacky's Zany Hi-Jinks
- Tales from the Front
- Drake Tungsten, Chrono Cowboy 
- Underground Life
- Hell's Chain Gang 
- The Inspector 
- Manta Man
- The Silver Shroud
- The Unstoppables
- I, Dog
- Richard Maynard Watson
- Peter Shiner - Chief of Publishing
- Ms. Granier - Secretary
- Moorellis - Writer
- Neptura - Editor
Behind the scenesEdit
- The word 'hubris', from the Ancient Greek (ὕβρις), refers to an individual's pride in their own abilities. In the Greek mythology, the hubris indicated a "sin" of pride in people who arrived at comparing themselves to gods.
- Historically, U.S comics had been used as a form of propaganda during World War II and later as "red scare" during the Cold War. Famous comic book companies like Atlas/Marvel and DC comics had produced ones with anti-communist messages up until the 1980s.
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Hubris Comics Press Release
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 2.2 Hubris Comics Publishing Schedule, Summer 2077 (Fallout 3)
- ↑ Hubris Comics terminal entries (Fallout 4)