Supurbia #1 sells out again!
SUPURBIA #1 SELLS OUTS AGAIN! GOES TO THIRD PRINT!
April 25, 2012 – Los Angeles, CA – BOOM! Studios is proud to announce SUPURBIA #1 has completely sold out of its second printing and will be going to an amazing third print as BOOM! Studios works diligently to meet demand!
SUPURBIA #1 third print features writer Grace Randolph (Marvel’s NATION X, HER-OES) and artist Russell Dauterman with a brand-new cover illustrated by Joshua Covey (THE AVENGEFULS). SUPURBIA #1 third print is available from Diamond Comic Distributors.
SUPURBIA fans should keep in mind while Diamond Comic Distributors have completely sold out, second printings of SUPURBIA #1 may still be found at the local comic shop nearest you. Not sure where to find your nearest comic retailer? Use www.comicshoplocator.com to find one!
What goes down when the capes come off? Meet the “Real Housewives” of Earth’s greatest super-team, the Meta Legion! It’s the egos, the tantrums, and the betrayals of the super set. Find out what happens behind the masks as superhero families are faced with the sordid problems of everyday life – and then some! From rising star writer Grace Randolph (Marvel’s NATION X, HER-OES) and hot new artist Russell Dauterman, this series takes the familiar super-team and turns it on its head with a scandalous, TMZ-fueled look at what it’s like to live with a superhero!
SUPURBIA #1 third print ships with a must-have all-new cover by Joshua Covey!
About BOOM! Studios
Eisner, Harvey, and Best Publisher Award-winning BOOM! Studios (www.boom-studios.com) generates a constellation of bestselling comic books and graphic novels with the industry’s top talent, including Mark Waid’s series IRREDEEMABLE, new HELLRAISER comics written by Clive Barker, PLANET OF THE APES, 28 DAYS LATER, and Philip K. Dick’s DO ANDROIDS DREAM OF ELECTRIC SHEEP?. BOOM!’s all-ages imprint KaBOOM! publishes Charles Schulz’ PEANUTS, Roger Langridge’s SNARKED, and Scholastic’s WORDGIRL. BOOM!’s lit comix-focused imprint, BOOM! Town, recently won the Eisner Award for its first book, Shannon Wheeler’s I THOUGHT YOU WOULD BE FUNNIER.