This November, Alexis Ziritt and Dave Baker‘s Night Hunters gets collected in a trade paperback. The release features all four issues of the sold-out cyberpunk hit!
If you want to live in Gran Caracas you have two options: become a cop or die.
Night Hunters is a pulsing cyberpunk classic that tells the tale of two brothers who have to navigate the futuristic dystopian world of Venezuela, 100 years in the future.
How far would you go for your family? Would you enlist in a corrupt police department and slowly sell your body-parts for cyborg replacements so that your aging father can have a roof over his head? The only answer is pick up your gun and put one foot in front of the other.
This sci-fi epic by indie comics all-stars Alexis Ziritt and Dave Baker combines the political sharpness of Paul Verhoeven and the bleak sense of humor of Judge Dredd. If you’re on the search for the next great genre must-read this combination of Robocop and Blade Runner is definitely what you want.
Lost in steam? Head denting like a bag? You’ll have a field day with this shredding medley of flaming errors and murky diatribes.
Become exhausted at your own pace. Wasting time has never been so easy. Oh and those bubbles you’re using for eyes – keep a record. They’ll pop.
From Steve Aylett, Hyperthick #2 is out in comic shops on October 13.
E.S. Glenn explores his existential angst in this extraordinary prequel to his debut graphic novel, Unsmooth.
A form busting allegorical fever dream, Unsmooth 2: BUM is a poetic journey through the human condition, featuring a cast of characters who range from poets to prisoners—from assassins, to artists…
The oversized 88 page issue flows seamlessly between reality and metaphor in 8 visually stunning chapters. This standout work proclaims Glenn’s status as a rising star in comics.
Unsmooth 2: BUM arrives September 8.
Dead inside? Hair on the blink? House tornado liquidizing the furniture? Here’s a fab new rectangle from Steve Aylett.
You’ll have a field day with this shredding medley of smashed treasure and murky diatribes. Become exhausted at your own pace. Wasting time has never been so easy. And keep a watchful eye on those legs of yours. They’ll betray you.
Catch the adventures of Benny the Hen, Luka Bazooka, Su Pesto, Fox Grave, Biloxi Blake and Harry McInch in this daunting first issue.
Hyperthick #1 is out July 14 and can be pre-ordered now.
By being her anxious, honest, and just plain silly self, Jackie Davis’ potato-shaped character proves that, even though opening up to others is scary at first, vulnerability can be a superpower.
Vulnerability Is My Superpower features Jackie Davis’s relatable diary comics about self-discovery, mental health, relationships, and childhood. From bouts with anxiety and insecurity to the thrill of simple pleasures like secretly trying other people’s coats on at a party, she’s figuring things out as she goes along, navigating domestic life with her husband, Pat (aka “the Purple Guy”), and sharing her most embarrassing thoughts and habits so you don’t have to.
Like a soft plushie for your brain to hug, this collection is for anyone who struggles with self-confidence or just likes to scrutinize the curious workings of relationships, routine, and why we do the things we do.
PREORDER Vulnerability Is My Superpower to receive a bookplate signed by Jackie Davis and an invite to the virtual release party on Tuesday, April 6, 6 pm PST.
Portland artist Mannie Murphy is celebrating the release of their new graphic memoir/history, I Never Promised You A Rose Garden with a virtual book launch on March 23.
Mannie is joined in conversation by special guest Steve Bissette to discuss the new book. Told in the style of an illustrated diary, I Never Promised You A Rose Garden begins as an affectionate reminiscence of the author’s 1990s teenage infatuation with the late actor River Phoenix but morphs into a remarkable, sprawling account of the city of Portland and state of Oregon’s dark history of white nationalism.
Murphy details the relationship between white supremacist Tom Metzger (former KKK Grand Wizard and founder of the White Aryan Resistance) and the “Rose City” street kids like Ken Death that infiltrated Van Sant’s films — a relationship that culminates in an infamous episode of Geraldo.
Murphy brilliantly weaves 1990s alternative culture, from Kurt Cobain and William Burroughs to Keanu Reeves and the Red Hot Chili Peppers, with two centuries of the Pacific Northwest’s shameful history as a hotbed for white nationalism: from the Whitman massacre in 1847 and the Ku Klux Klan’s role in Portland’s city planning in the early 1900s to the brutal treatment of Black people displaced in the 1948 Vanport flood and through the 2014 armed standoff with Cliven Bundy’s cattle ranch.
In Murphy’s personal reflections and heart-racing descriptions of scenes like infamous campfire kiss in My Own Private Idaho, the artist’s story becomes a moral anchor to a deeply amoral regional history and marks the incredible debut of a talented new voice to the graphic medium.
WHO: Mannie Murphy + Steve Bissette in conversation
WHAT: I Never Promised You A Rose Garden virtual book launch
WHEN: Tuesday March 23, 6pm PST
Everything goes downhill. There’s no turning back. The only answer is pick up your gun and put one foot in front of the other.
Night Hunters #3 from writer Dave Baker, artist Alexis Ziritt, and published by Floating World Comics comes to shelves April 14.
All Time Comics returns in July with Crime Destroyer: True Til Death, a 48-page one-shot. by Jason T. Miles, Josh Simmons, and Shaky Kane.
Towering above lawbreakers, citizens and all other superheroes, CRIME DESTROYER rights every wrong perpetrated against humanity — past, present and future — dispensing justice with four fists held high and ten fingers on the trigger. With a body composed of wrath, gristle and unfiltered power, and a cunning mind that cuts through the sewage of a world gone wrong, Crime Destroyer is mankind at our most supreme potential… but not above dirtying his hands with the blood of the guilty.
Crime Destroyer: True Til Death is a full color, brutally entertaining detonation of righteous violence in a fractured mirror of today’s fallen society. Written by Jason T. Miles and Josh Simmons, with art by Shaky Kane, it’s the latest n’ greatest chapter in the ongoing saga of the all-time vigilante megaman. It comes to shelves May 5, 2021.
Mankind has fallen and the weak exist only to serve The Great Machines. What rebels remain are hunted to die in the areas or enslaved to build the great computer pyramids. But this is not the end…
Apocalypse 5000 was originally published in New York City Outlaws which were released in the mid-1980s. It comes back in print this May from Floating World Comics. Apocalypse 5000 is written by Bob Huszar, the art is by legendary Outlaw Comics master Ken Landgraf!
Floating World Comics has announced that Night Hunters #1 is getting a second printing. The comic by Dave Baker and Alexis Ziritt returns to shelves on March 3.
The central question at the heart of this cyberpunk cult classic? What would you do if you had to choose between being a cop… or being dead?
If you missed out on the first release, get your order in today to catch the second printing!