Saturday, October 9, 2010

Warrior27: the Collection for sale @ IndyPlanet

Our 254-page collection of Warrior27 is now available for purchase from Indy Planet, the online store for Ka-Blam, the print-on-demand company we use to print our books. At $24.95, that's less than a dime a page. The book collects almost all of the work found in the previous individual issues, plus a whole bunch of new comics, prose, and interviews. And, for those that might have the original black and white issues, we have newly colored many of those initial comic stories. Anyway, here's the official description, plus interior pages to pique your interest.

Manga Sized Trade Paperback
Full Color

Page Count: 254

A Priest who can see what isn't there. A cowboy riding off into the sun for one final job. A man who discovers you can't go home again. And how far will one man go to retrieve the daughter he lost? All of this and more can be found in this first collection of Warrior27, the comics & prose anthology. Featuring artists from Argentina, the Philippines, British Columbia and all points in between, including early work from Eagle-award nominee Azim Akberali, there's something for everyone inside. Along with favorites from the original issues, new stories and features can be found in this collection, including works initially published by Arcana Press, Dark Recesses Press, and Ape Entertainment, plus a previously unpublished interview with Joe Quesada done in early 2001 - a year into his tenure as Editor-in-Chief of Marvel Comics.

"The Strongest anthology title I've yet come across." -Indy Comic Review

Written and Illustrated by Dan Fleming, Chris Beckett, Dan Lauer, Adrian Bago Gonzalez, Venessa Beckman, Geoff Mosse, Sergio Martinez, SR Ayers, Nadja Smith, Coleen Allen, Jason Copland, Osmarco Valladao, Josh Aitken, Nicolas Colacitti, Daniel Brigs, Christopher Hanchey, Azim Akberali, SA McClung, Joe Howe, Travis Dandro, Matt Constantine, Paul Petzrick, Kevin Sutton, Roy Anthony Amado, Branko Jovanovic, Shane Leonard, Andy Lee


And some art:

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