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We have a brand new Kickstarter going for Fredric Brown's Martians, Go Home graphic novel by writer Martin Powell, illustrator Lowell Isaac and letterer David Hopkins. The book is complete and ready to go to press. And speaking of press, we are using one of the premier printing companies in this hemisphere that is also utilized by both DC and Marvel.

The book is scheduled for solicitation in the June edition of Diamond's PREVIEWS catalog for an August release. The Kickstarter is to help me with the up front printing costs. It would be a huge blessing to me if you could help or even tell a friend about it. Every little bit helps tremendously.

We've got some excellent premiums that come with your various levels of support. Everything from PDF's of the books to signed copies of the book, tee shirts, and signed prints.

Some of you may know that I am very passionate over this book and it has taken eight long years to get it to you. It is our first solo book apart from Dark Horse Comics and there will be absolutely no drop off in quality. You'll get the same  hard cover binding on quality paper with a laminate cover to match our previous books. And the price is right at $20.00 U.S. It is a stunning piece of work and true to Fredric Brown's novel. It contains some great cameos from...(well I won't spoil your fun by saying). There's a wonderful Introduction by esteemed science fiction artist, Vincent Di Fate and an Afterword by the Locus Award winning author, Barry N. Malzberg. You'll also get a short word from me and a super cool gallery of behind the scenes art by illustrator, Lowell Isaac. What's not to love...?


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The people who worked so hard on Sequential Pulp/Dark Horse Comics' Jungle Tales of Tarzan are now posting on social media the efforts of their hard work, the completed hardcover book. It is a thing of beauty and is available through your local comic book store, most chain bookstores where Random House books are carried, and through Amazon.com and numerous online stores.

Here is a link to order your copy now

And here are some wonderful shots from our talented creators. enjoy!

 Diana Leto, artist and creative director of the book.
Tarzan's First Love 

 Artist Nik Poliwko
Tarzan and the Native Boy

 Artist Lowell Isaac
The Fight for the Balu

Artist Jamie Chase
The End of Bukawai




We are hard at work on the final stage of lettering Fredric Brown's Martians, Go Home graphic novel. I know it has been a very long journey but I assure you this book will be worth the wait. Author Martin Powell, artist Lowell Isaac, and letterer David Hopkins have crafted a stellar story of paranoia in the early 1960s that is a glorious combination of science fiction, black humor, horror, and a touching love story all rolled into one beautifully illustrated tale that will delight you.

VISIT LOWELL ISAAC'S WEBSITE

VISIT DAVID HOPKINS' WEBSITE

Here are some recent images:








EDGAR RICE BURROUGHS' JUNGLE TALES OF TARZAN HC

BEFORE JANE, HE WAS ALREADY A LEGEND!
Sequential Pulp delivers twelve stories from twelve dynamic artists in a brand-new Tarzan anthology based on Edgar Rice Burroughs’s classic pulp novel Jungle Tales of Tarzan. These vine-swinging tales, a cherished contribution to the Tarzan canon, all take place before Tarzan rises to lead his ape tribe!
* Get ready for the 2016 motion picture!

Genre: Fantasy
Publication Date:
June 17, 2015
Format:
FC, 144 pages; HC, 7'' x 10''
Price:
$19.99
Age range:
12
ISBN-10:
1-61655-744-3
ISBN-13:
978-1-61655-744-7



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Congratulation to Sequential Pulp Comics' editor, Patrick Thorpe, on his new promotion. They do not come any better than this guy.

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