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What’s the Furthest Place From Here? Deluxe Edition #1 Gets an Encore Pressing

The much lauded 4 Kids Walk into a Bank creative team of Matthew Rosenberg and Tyler Boss have exceeded all sales projections by a windfall with orders topping 95,000 for the upcoming What’s the Furthest Place From Here? Image will send the sought-after What’s the Furthest Place From Here? Deluxe Edition #1 with vinyl release back to print for an encore pressing in response to unprecedented order activity and vinyl allocations. Fans should contact their local comic shop and pre-order one of these coveted editions—repressing of which will land in stores on Wednesday, February 2, 2022—post haste.

Each issue of the What’s the Furthest Place From Here series will have a Deluxe Edition which will come with an exclusive vinyl single featuring all-new music. These singles will be pressed in limited quantities, with comic shops as the exclusive source for securing a copy. The deluxe editions will feature songs from Blake Schwarzenbach of Jawbreaker and Jets to Brazil, and Joyce Manor among others.

In What’s the Furthest Place From Here? the world has ended. Now all that remains are gangs of children living among the ruins. But Sid believes there must be something more out there. When she disappears into the wastelands her gang will risk everything to bring her home. A story about the things that matter most: Your survival, your loved ones, and your record collection.

On sale in early 2022: 

  • What’s the Furthest Place From Here? Deluxe Edition #1 with vinyl second printing – Diamond Code AUG218745

On sale Wednesday, November 10, 2021: 

  • Cover A Boss – Diamond Code SEP210037
  • Cover B Martin – Diamond Code SEP210038
  • Cover C Young – Diamond Code SEP210039
  • Cover D Bendis – Diamond Code SEP210040
  • Cover E 1:25 copy incentive – Diamond Code SEP210041
  • Cover F 1:50 copy incentive – Diamond Code SEP210042
  • Cover G 1:75 copy incentive – Diamond Code SEP210043
  • Cover H 1:100 copy incentive – Diamond Code SEP210044

Matthew Rosenberg and Tyler Boss Reunite for What’s the Furthest Place From Here?

The team behind the breakout hit series 4 Kids Walk into a Bank, Matthew Rosenberg and Tyler Boss, reunite with a brand new series destined to be every bit the critical darling as its predecessor: What’s the Furthest Place From Here? This all new series sees this creative duo move to Image Comics and follows up the tease of something new from the team at the publisher’s Image Expo.

The world has ended. Now all that remains are gangs of children living among the ruins. But Sid believes there must be something more out there. When she disappears into the wastelands her gang will risk everything to bring her home. A story about the things that matter most- Your survival, your loved ones, and your record collection.

What’s the Furthest Place From Here? is an all-new series kicking off with a triple-sized first issue this November. There will also be a ‘deluxe’ version that comes with an exclusive vinyl single featuring all-new music from Blake Schwarzenbach of Jawbreaker and Jets to Brazil, and Joyce Manor. These singles will be pressed in limited quantities, with comic shops to be the exclusive source for securing a copy, and each subsequent issue will also have a deluxe option with a new and exclusive accompanying single, with the lineup to be announced alongside the preorder window.

The first issue is solicited in the September dated Diamond PREVIEWS catalog and will be priced at $4.99 for one four special variant covers, and $14.99 with an exclusive cover and the accompanying vinyl single.

  • Cover A Boss – Diamond Code SEP210037
  • Cover B Martin – Diamond Code SEP210038
  • Cover C Young – Diamond Code SEP210039
  • Cover D Bendis – Diamond Code SEP210040
  • Cover E 1:25 copy incentive – Diamond Code SEP210041
  • Cover F 1:50 copy incentive – Diamond Code SEP210042
  • Cover G 1:75 copy incentive – Diamond Code SEP210043
  • Cover H 1:100 copy incentive – Diamond Code SEP210044
  • WHATS THE FURTHEST PLACE FROM HERE #1 Deluxe Edition 7 inch record – Diamond Code SEP210045
What’s the Furthest Place From Here?

Ablaze Reveals their August Releases

Maria Llovet’s Porcelain

by Maria Llovet
MSRP: $3.99 ·
Release Date: August 4th

Beryl’s life in the desert is relatively simple, living with her aunt and her cat, …until the day she finds and enters the Dollhouse.

Stuck inside an ever-changing mystery house that hunts children and turns them into dolls, Beryl goes on a psychedelic journey where she must face the notion of her own limitations and move past them…before she becomes the building’s newest prey. Porcelain is a psychological thriller, depicted in a way that only acclaimed creator Maria Llovet (Faithless, Heartbeat, Loud, Eros/Psyche) can tell it. Catch the series debut with 5 special variant covers by acclaimed artists such as Sabine Rich, Caspar Wijngaard, Yishan Li, and Tyler Boss.

Maria Llovet’s Porcelain

Maria Llovet’s Eros/Psyche HC

MSRP: $24.99 ·
Release Date: September 29th

Acclaimed creator Maria Llovet (Faithless, Heartbeat, Loud) brings you a surreal, bewitching tale of love, magic, and tragedy in Eros/Psyche.

The Rose female boarding school is paradise for young girls…but only if you follow the rules. Because, if you disobey them, you can end up expelled, or even worse, dead. Sara and Silje are two students learning the rules of the school, which includes classes by day…and the casting of curses and spells by night. A love develops between the two, which is tender, but threatens to break under the weight of the dark secret society within The Rose.

A Man’s Skin

MSRP: $24.99
Release Date: October 29th

An award-winning fairy tale about love set in Renaissance Italy. Bianca is a young lady from a good family and is of marriage age. Her parents find her a fiancé́ to their liking: Giovanni, a rich merchant, young and pleasant. The wedding looks set to go smoothly even though Bianca cannot hide her disappointment at having to marry a man she knows nothing about.

But before the marriage, she learns the secret held and bequeathed by the women of her family for generations: a “man’s skin.” By donning it, Bianca becomes “Lorenzo” and enjoys all the attributes of a young man of stunning beauty. She can now visit the world of men incognito and get to know her fiancé́ in his natural environment. In her male skin, Bianca frees herself from the limits imposed on women. The morals of the Renaissance then act as a mirror to our present time and poses several questions: why should women be treated differently from men? Why should their freedom be the object of contempt and coercion?

Tackling universal themes through a captivating and subtle fairy tale, French writer Hubert and artist Zanzim brilliantly question our relationship to gender and sexuality…but not only that. By mixing morality and humor, A Man’s Skin invites us to the mad and noble quest for love.

This international bestselling title has been highly awarded:

  • iPRIX Ti ZEF DE LA BD 2020 (Festival Brest en Bulle)
  • Grand Prix RTL de la Bande Dessinée 2020
  • Prix Landerneau BD 2020
  • Prix Wolinski de la BD du « Point » 2020
  • Grand Prix de la critique ACBD (Association des Critiques et journalistes de Bande Dessinée) 2021
  • Prix des Libraires Canal BD 2021
  • Fauve de Lycéens (Angoulême 2021)
A Man’s Skin

Preview: Riverdale Presents: South Side Serpents

RIVERDALE PRESENTS: SOUTH SIDE SERPENTS ONE SHOT

Script: David Barnett
Art: Richard Ortiz, Matt Herms, Jack Morelli
Cover: Richard Ortiz
Variant Cover: Tyler Boss
On Sale Date: 1/27
32-page, full color comic
$3.99 U.S.

FP Jones is worried for the future of the South Side Serpents. The biker gang is getting old and finding it hard to attract fresh blood. But FP has a plan, and it revolves around his son, Jughead. Hunted by the most fearsome biker gangs in the state, an unwilling Jughead has to step up into the role of leader to guide the Serpents on a perilous journey. There will be adventure, there will be thrills, there will be chases, and there will be death in this special one-shot event featuring fan-favorite characters from the CW Riverdale series.

RIVERDALE PRESENTS: SOUTH SIDE SERPENTS ONE SHOT

Z2 Comics Announces New Executive and Senior Staff Changes

Just four days into the new year, Z2 Comics has announced a new wave of hires ahead of plans to more than double the company’s output in the coming year.

As a recent addition to its executive team, Z2 has hired Kevin Meek as Chief Financial Officer and General Counsel.  Prior to joining Z2, Meek practiced corporate law at the national law firm Robins Kaplan LLP, where he represented clients in several multimillion-dollar transactions and earned recognition from The Best Lawyers in America and Super Lawyers.

After six years of freelance design work for Z2, Tyler Boss officially joins the team full time as the Design Director. Boss is best known for his comic “4 Kids Walk into a Bank” which is set to be made into a motion picture, with Boss attached to executive produce.

Rebecca Cicione joined the Z2 Comics team this summer, as Senior Digital Marketing Associate. She’s focused her career in the entertainment and nonprofit worlds, most recently coming from the festival marketing team at Danny Wimmer Presents.

Courtney Menard joins Z2 Comics as the Director of Production Design, focusing on elevating the production value and quality of each book project. Previously she worked as a print shop technician at the School of Visual Arts and spent two years as the Programming Coordinator and Co-Curator of the Comic Arts Brooklyn Festival.

Chris Robinson is the editor behind Marvel’s biggest and most beloved initiatives like Ta-Nehisi Coates’s Black Panther, Jonathan Hickman’s X-Men, the Grand Design line of graphic novels, the Marvel Hip-Hop variant program, and the expansion of Marvel’s Voices. He has edited fan-favorite runs for characters like Ghost RiderDomino, and Moon Girl & Devil Dinosaur. Robinson joins Z2 as a senior editor, overseeing multiple tentpole projects to be announced for 2021.

Please join us in congratulating the newest members of the Z2 Comics team, who come to the organization following the company’s initial hires of Jeremy AtkinsRantz HoselyAnthony Laulletta and Dominique Roses earlier this year.

Jughead is on the Run in Riverdale Presents: South Side Serpents #1

RIVERDALE PRESENTS: SOUTH SIDE SERPENTS ONE SHOT

Script: David Barnett
Art: Richard Ortiz, Matt Herms, Jack Morelli
Cover: Richard Ortiz
Variant Cover: Tyler Boss
On Sale Date: 1/27
32-page, full color comic
$3.99 U.S.

FP Jones is worried for the future of the South Side Serpents. The biker gang is getting old and finding it hard to attract fresh blood. But FP has a plan, and it revolves around his son, Jughead. Hunted by the most fearsome biker gangs in the state, an unwilling Jughead has to step up into the role of leader to guide the Serpents on a perilous journey. There will be adventure, there will be thrills, there will be chases, and there will be death in this special one-shot event featuring fan-favorite characters from the CW Riverdale series.

RIVERDALE PRESENTS: SOUTH SIDE SERPENTS ONE SHOT

Comics Deserve Better Episode 16: 4 Kids Walk Into A Bank by Matthew Rosenberg, Tyler Boss, and Thomas Mauer

On this episode of Comics Deserve Better, Brian and Logan geek out about the darkly comedic, crime comic 4 Kids Walk Into A Bank by Matthew Rosenberg, Tyler Boss, and Thomas Mauer.

They break down the cast of annoying, yet endearing middle-school-aged characters, their favorite sequences, and the connections that this Black Mask Studios masterpiece has to other works of pop culture. Brian and Logan also discuss the latest indie comics news, including Graham Coxon‘s comic Superstate from Z2, the announcement of Vault‘s queer monster love story Hollow Heart and Geoff Johns and Gary Frank‘s creator-owned series Geiger, and a new ordering format from Scout Comics. They also talk about the upcoming Black Hammer: Visions and their dream creators on the miniseries. Other comics mentioned on the show are We Only Find Them When They’re Dead, Getting It Together, A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night, and 12 Reasons to Die. (Episode art by Tyler Boss)

The South Side Serpents rise again in new one-shot comic!

Jughead Jones and the South Side Serpents biker gang are roaring into their own solo comic book this January from Archie Comics. The special one-shot issue — inspired by the hit CW series Riverdale — comes from writer David Barnett with art by Richard Ortiz, Matt Herms, and Jack Morelli and follows Jughead on a dangerous solo mission to revive the Serpents for his father.

FP Jones is worried for the future of the South Side Serpents. The biker gang is getting old and finding it hard to attract fresh blood. But FP has a plan, and it revolves around his son, Jughead. Hunted by the most fearsome biker gangs in the state, an unwilling Jughead has to step up into the role of leader to guide the Serpents on a perilous journey. There will be adventure, there will be thrills, there will be chases, and there will be death in this special one-shot event featuring fan-favorite characters from the CW Riverdale series.

Riverdale Presents: South Side Serpents this January from writer David Barnett and art by Richard Ortiz, Matt Herms, and Jack Morelli and covers by Ortiz and Tyler Boss.

Riverdale Presents: South Side Serpents
Riverdale Presents: South Side Serpents

Picturestart Nabs 4 Kids Walk Into a Bank

4 Kids Walk Into a Bank

Picturestart has won the rights to 4 Kids Walk Into a Bank, the comic series by Matthew Rosenberg and Tyler Boss. The series was published starting in 2016 by Black Mask Studios. Matt Pizzolo of Black Mask is attached to produce the film along with Rosenberg and Boss.

Picturestart will develop, produce, and co-finance the film. Matthew Robinson has been tapped to pen the adaptation.

When a group of bumbling criminals shows up in her father’s life looking to pull one last job, young Paige has two choices – let her father get caught up in their criminal hijinks or enlist her three best friends to do the job first. Paige picks the bad one.

The series was praised by both fans and critics alike. Rosenberg and Boss are re-teaming for a new comic series, What’s The Furthest Place From Here?, which will be published by Image Comics.

The legendary New Wave band comes to Riverdale in this advance preview of Archie Meets the B-52s #1!

ARCHIE MEETS THE B-52s (One-Shot)

Script: Alex Segura and Matt Rosenberg
Art: Dan Parent, J. Bone, Glenn Whitmore, Jack Morelli
Cover: Dan Parent, Michael Allred, Tyler Boss, Joe Eisma, Francesco Francavilla
On Sale Date: 2/19
32-page, full color comic
$3.99 U.S.

It’s a rock and roll adventure for the ages as Archie and his friends cross paths with a real rock lobster—the B-52s! Co-written by Alex Segura and Matthew Rosenberg (Archie Meets Ramones, The Archies), with art from the legendary Dan Parent (Archie Meets KISS), this epic crossover one-shot brings the B-52 gang into Riverdale in all their new wave glory—but can Archie get his band back together in time to jam with these legends, or will in-fighting and musical drama leave them in the dust? There’s only one way to find out!

ARCHIE MEETS THE B-52s (One-Shot)
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