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Preview: Rocko’s Modern Life #6

Rocko’s Modern Life #6

Publisher: KaBOOM!, an imprint of BOOM! Studios
Writer: Ryan Ferrier
Artist: Ian McGinty
Cover Artists:
Main Cover: Jorge Monlongo
Subscription Cover: Cole Closser
Colorist: Fred C. Stresing
Letterer: Jim Campbell
Price: $3.99

Rocko, with the help of Heffer and Filburt, is losing his mind. As they struggle to come up with Spunky’s ransom money, Rocko comes up with a desperate plan—rob a bank.

Preview: Regular Show: 25 Years Later #1 (of 6)

Regular Show: 25 Years Later #1 (of 6)

Publisher: KaBOOM!, an imprint of BOOM! Studios
Writers: Christopher Hastings
Artists: Anna Johnstone
Cover Artists:
Main Cover: Jennifer Pham
Subscription Cover: Cole Closser
Incentive Cover: Noelle Stevenson
Colorist: Joana Lafuente
Letterer: Mike Fiorentino
Price: $3.99

After the epic battle between Pops and Anti-Pops, Mordecai, Rigby, and the rest of the park continued to live their lives. Now, 25 years later, Mordecai and Rigby have a lot to learn about how things never stay the same…

The Regular Show Returns…25 Years Later!

BOOM! Studios and Cartoon Network have announced Regular Show: 25 Years Later #1, the first chapter of an all-new six-issue limited comic book series inspired by the Emmy Award-winning animated series arriving in stores June 2018. After the stunning conclusion to the landmark Regular Show on Cartoon Network in January 2017 featuring an epic battle between Pops and Anti-Pops, fans have been wondering what’s next for Mordecai, Rigby, and the rest of the park –  and now BOOM! Studios has the answer! Journey 25 years into the future with acclaimed writer Christopher Hastings and the debut of artist Anna Johnstone, as Mordecai and Rigby have a lot to learn about how things never stay the same…

Regular Show: 25 Years Later #1 features a main cover by JK Phan, with variant covers by Cole Closser, and Noelle Stevenson.

Preview: Adventure Time Comics #17

Adventure Time Comics #17

Publisher: KaBOOM!, an imprint of BOOM! Studios
Writers: Jeffrey Brown, Michael Moreci, Pat Shand, Derek Laufman
Artists: Jeffrey Brown, Christopher Mitten, Spencer Amundson, Derek Laufman
Colorist: Eleonora Bruni, Joana Lafuente
Letterer: Warren Montgomery, Jim Campbell
Cover Artists:
Main Cover: Cole Closser
Subscription Cover: Benjamin Marra
Variant Cover: Christopher Mitten

Birthdays are celebrated, Marceline gets lumpy, and an underground city is revealed!

Preview: Over the Garden Wall 2017 Special #1

Over the Garden Wall 2017 Special #1

Publisher: KaBOOM!, an imprint of BOOM! Studios
Writers: Jonathan Case, Gris Grimly, Samantha Glow Knapp
Artists: Hannah Christenson, Gris Grimly, Cole Closser
Cover Artists:
Main Cover: Miguel Mercado
Variant Cover: Derek Kirk Kim
Price: $7.99

Wirt and Greg try to take a shortcut in the Unknown with some unexpected consequences.

SPX 2013: Works by Ed Piskor, Seth and Jeff Smith Lead Debuting Books

Small Press Expo has announced that a record 183 titles (as of this posting) will make their first public appearance at SPX 2013, which will be held September 14 and 15. Showing the range and depth of the over 600 creators that will be at the show, this years debuts include:

  • Hip Hop Family Tree Vol. 1 by Ed Piskor from Fantagraphics
  • Palookaville 21 by Seth from Drawn & Quarterly
  • Delusional by Farel Dalrymple from Adhouse Books
  • RASL (Complete Hardback Color Edition) by Jeff Smith from Cartoon Books
  • World Map Room by Yuichi Yokoyama from Picturebox
  • Softcore #1,#2,#3  self published by Box Brown
  • The Fez #2 self published by Roger Langridge
  • Little Tommy Lost: Book No. 1 by Cole Closser from Koyama Press
  • The Big Wet Balloon by Liniers from Toon Books

Here’s a full list of the debuts along with descriptions and links to the books’ web sites.

The Small Press Expo is a fantastic convention just outside of Washington, DC that spotlights independent creators and publishers, they hold the Ignatz Award festival which recognizes outstanding achievement in comics and cartooning, with the winners chosen by attendees at the show.

Profits from the SPX go to support the SPX Graphic Novel Gift Program, which funds graphic novel purchases for public and academic libraries, as well as the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund, which protects the First Amendment rights of comic book readers and professionals.

SPX also supports the Small Press Expo Collection at the Library of Congress, which preserves the history of both the artistic output of the creators who come to SPX, as well as the art that SPX itself generates as part of its yearly festival. It the first program of its type by a major institution in the United States to preserve the works of the indie comics community.

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