Silver Sprocket Bicycle Club is putting out some great comics lately, and while we’re waiting on Rachel Dukes’ next volume of Frankie Comics, we’ll gladly take No Gods. No Dungeon Masters, which Rachel made with writer, Io. Enjoy! NGNDM was originally published in Ninth Art Press’ Anthology, Subcultures, edited by Whit Taylor.
If you missed the news last week, Radiator Comics has sent the first book we’re publishing to the printer! Coco Picard’s The Chronicles of Fortune is in production, and we expect to receive the books in April! You can preorder a copy now, and we’ll mail them out as soon as we get them in. The first 100 copies will include an original drawing by Coco, and a set of pin-back buttons featuring the main characters from the book! Don’t delay, some other limited-edition preorder rewards have already sold out, and we expect the original drawings to sell out as well.
We’re taking a week off to recharge our batteries, and visit family. Any orders placed between 5pm Tuesday 3/14/17 and Wednesday 3/22/17 will ship Thursday, Wednesday 3/23/17.
Radiator Comics is proud to announce The Chronicles of Fortune by Coco Picard is available for preorder.
The Chronicles of Fortune follows the life of a depressed and ineffectual super hero, Fortuna, and her alter-ego Edith-May as they spend a night on Alcatraz, discover a talking mountain in their apartment, befriend a crying crocodile, and get swindled into buying a $100 goldfish for its alleged singing abilities. This 400-page graphic novel combines material previously published as a series of minicomics, and new chapters to tell a story of loss, depression, friendship and renewal.
Coco Picard is the pen name of Caroline Picard an, artist, publisher and curator. Coco’s work has appeared in such publications as Tender Journal, Projecttile, Diner Journal, Everyday Genius, and Bicycle Review, and she has contributed multiple graphic adaptations to the The Graphic Canon project (Seven Stories Press). Coco’s alter-ego, Caroline is the Executive Director of The Green Lantern Press, a nonprofit publishing house, and Co-Director of Sector 2337, a hybrid artspace/bar/bookstore in Chicago, IL. http://cocopicard.com
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