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In the first in a series of fantasy based on Polynesian mythology, the King Who Ate Men follows a head strong warrior as he gives up his most sacred beliefs in a quest for revenge. By DJ Keawekane, Ray Dillon, Kel Nuttall, Kevin Melrose, and Stephen Smirl.
Island Tales: The King Who Ate Men | 24pg. | Color | $3.50 US + shipping
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In just a few weeks the long awaited Critter mini series will reach comic book stores everywhere. The story of a country girl joining the ranks of the world’s greatest heroes isn’t all sunshine and marshmallows. The learning curve from Michigan saving cats from trees and pulling tractors out of the mud to fighting real deal super villains who won’t hesitate to kill you…well it’s let’s just say the life of a superhero is far from easy as Critter is about to find out.
Big Dog Ink’s flagship title, Penny for Your Soul celebrates it’s 1 year anniversay by releasing the first collected edition in the companies history. The 188 page edition contains all seven issues of the hit mini series with art by J.B. Neto and amazing colors by Oren Kramek. Volume One is entitled War and writer/creator Tom Hutchison says this is just the beginning for the story about the End of Days. This huge volume will be available in July 2011 with it’s follow up series Peny for Your Soul: The False Prophet arriving in stores in August.
Two great Chamorro stories in one book ! Sirena is the classic tale of a little girl destined to become a mermaid while the Battle of Two Chiefs centers around mighty chief Gadao proving battles can be won before they’ve even started. By Ray Dillon, Jeremy Fiest, Kel Nuttall, and Stephen Smirl.
Island Tales: Sirena and the Battle of Two Chiefs | 24pg. | Color | $3.50 US + shipping
In the Fall of 2011, Big Dog Ink and writer Tom Hutchison take a journey over the rainbow to an Oz that you never knew existed. Dorothy Gale is transported to Oz, but it’s not quite what you rememeber. Lions and tigers and bears are just the beginning of her new adventures through a wild west world where the nostalgia of this classic story is blended with new ideas and places and gives readers enough twists and turns to make them glad they came along for the ride. Writer Tom Hutchison (Penny for Your Soul, Critter) is joined by artist Alisson Borges and colorist Kate Finnegan. Watch for The Legend of Oz: The Wicked West this Fall in comic shops everywhere.