Floating World Comics Announces Their Spring 2019 Season
Floating World Comics has announced that in 2019, Consortium Book Sales & Distribution will begin US and Canadian sales and distribution on behalf of Floating World Comics.
Floating World Comics is an independent publisher of international, avant-garde and genre comics and graphic novels. Our publications are an exciting extension of our bookstore, which has been operating at the heart of contemporary comics for over 12 years. With a focus on a unique, curated selection of the most outstanding comics from around the world, we bring new voices to the forefront.
Written by Josh Bayer and Benjamin Marra
Illustrated by Benjamin Marra, Noah Van Sciver, and Herb Trimpe
A fun, violent, and strange take on superhero comics produced by a mix of renegade alternative talents collaborating with bronze age veterans.
“The strange retro feel of the series… is more of a heartfelt and sincere tribute and not a campy send up.”
April 2019, 224 pp, $24.99
By Zack Soto
The first chapter in a grand fantasy epic filled with psychic warrior monks, magic battles, monsters, and romance from the mind of Zack Soto!
“Zack Soto has wrought this series with every drop of elbow grease found in a cartoonist’s death grip. It’s a relentless enterprise, The Secret Voice, one that will fill your head brain with one man’s passion.”
—Michel Fiffe, COPRA, ZEGAS
April 2019, 160 pp, $24.99,
By Jon-Michael Frank
What’s beautiful, what’s trash, and is there an elixir to fix this human condition called suffering?
“Dark Garbage is a five star RPG style love letter to emptiness and longing.”
—Tara Booth, author of How To Be Alive.
May 2019, 208 pp, $19.95
By Carlos Gonzalez
“If you’ve got a grievance with reality, I reckon you’re in the right place.”
“This is a look at our beautiful, abject world, with all of its delights and degradations, filtered through the mind of one of the funniest, most inventive cartoonists alive.”
–Anya Davidson, The Comics Journal
June 2019, 320 pp, $19.95
By Léo Quievreux
The subconscious is the battlefield of the near future.
“This is a book that never reads twice the same way.”
—Christian Rosset, Diacritik
July 2019, 160 pp, $24.95