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THE LAST SIEGE TPB and STUMPTOWN V4 (softcover) are both on sale this month! by Justin Greenwood

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A couple of recent releases to update this news section:

THE LAST SIEGE TPB went on sale this month from Image Comics. Clocking in at a massive 232 pages, this book collects the entire series about a lone swordsman and an 11 year old girl facing impossible odds. Working on this book was a real pleasure and we are super proud of how it came out.

From the solicit: Spaghetti Western storytelling meets Game of Thrones atmosphere in this gritty medieval war story, as a mysterious stranger arrives at a castle overrun with brutal soldiers bent on usurping the throne of the rightful heir—an 11-year-old girl.

Writer: Landry Q Walker

Artist: Justin Greenwood

Colors: Brad Simpson and Eric Jones

Letters: Patrick Brosseau

Editing: Branwyn Bigglestone

Design: Keith Wood


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Also out this week is a soft cover edition of STUMPTOWN Volume 4: The Case of the Cup of Joe from Oni Press. The collection also includes our single issue, (mostly) silent story The Case of the Night That Wouldn’t End. It’s nice to see these stories getting a second round of publication, really fun stuff.

Writer: Greg Rucka

Artist: Justin Greenwood

Colors: Ryan Hill

Letters: Crank!

Editors: Ari Yarwood and James Lucas Jones

Design: Keith Wood with Hilary Thompson

THE FUSE Volume 2 is now available for pre-order! by Justin Greenwood

THE FUSE Vol.2: GRIDLOCK is currently in imagecomics solicitations for June 2015! Klem and Ralph are back in a case involving drugs, drag racing and MURDER…! (cue dramatic theme music)

From the solicitation:

THE FUSE, VOL. 2 GRIDLOCK TP

story: ANTONY JOHNSTON (antonyjohnston)

art / cover: JUSTIN GREENWOOD (justingreenwood)

colors: Shari Chankhamma (shari)

letters: Ryan Ferrier (rferrier)

JUNE 3 / 160 PAGES / FC / M / $14.99

22,000 MILES UP, THERE IS (STILL) NO BACKUP.

They call it “Gridlocking"—maglev-bike races across the Fuse’s vast solar arrays. Fast, dangerous, and very illegal. So when the #1 gridlock racer turns up dead, Klem and Ralph begin their own race to catch a killer…in a case that will force them into the dark underbellies of drug smuggling and terrorism in zero-g!

“Comic of the year… Deserves to be on the Hugo ballot.” — The Angriest