Friday, May 27, 2016

Fredric Brown's Martians, Go Home graphic novel will be in the June PREVIEWS Item Code: JUN161727 Release Date: 08/31/16 SRP: $19.99 Hardback

PLEASE, please contact your local comics shop and order this book. In order for Sequential Pulp Comics to continue to produce new books we need for this book to be successful. I can't be any more clear regarding this matter.

Thank you to Matthew Demory @ Diamond Distribution for the swell write up.

Tuesday, May 10, 2016

We have a brand new Kickstarter going for Fredric Brown's Martians, Go Home graphic novel by writer Martin Powell, illustrator Lowell Isaac and letterer David Hopkins. The book is complete and ready to go to press. And speaking of press, we are using one of the premier printing companies in this hemisphere that is also utilized by both DC and Marvel.

The book is scheduled for solicitation in the June edition of Diamond's PREVIEWS catalog for an August release. The Kickstarter is to help me with the up front printing costs. It would be a huge blessing to me if you could help or even tell a friend about it. Every little bit helps tremendously.

We've got some excellent premiums that come with your various levels of support. Everything from PDF's of the books to signed copies of the book, tee shirts, and signed prints.

Some of you may know that I am very passionate over this book and it has taken eight long years to get it to you. It is our first solo book apart from Dark Horse Comics and there will be absolutely no drop off in quality. You'll get the same  hard cover binding on quality paper with a laminate cover to match our previous books. And the price is right at $20.00 U.S. It is a stunning piece of work and true to Fredric Brown's novel. It contains some great cameos from...(well I won't spoil your fun by saying). There's a wonderful Introduction by esteemed science fiction artist, Vincent Di Fate and an Afterword by the Locus Award winning author, Barry N. Malzberg. You'll also get a short word from me and a super cool gallery of behind the scenes art by illustrator, Lowell Isaac. What's not to love...?