After plenty of teasing and talking readers can finally read the first issue of our debut web-comic series written and created by Graphic Content editor Theo Scheresky titled ‘LATE SUNSETS, EARLY SUNRISES’, for FREE, now! Please note that you must be logged in in order to view the content, and if you aren’t a registered member then you can always do so for free. Beyond the break you can also find the details on how to pick up a very limited signed and numbered (limited to 100) printed copy of the issue with bonus content. Read on for the skinny.
Printed copies of ‘LATE SUNSETS, EARLY SUNRISES’ signed and personally numbered (limited to 100 prints) by Scheresky, with a bonus afterword from the author and exclusive sketch artwork from Mihai available ONLY through ordering the book. (MSRP-$3.99 Plus Shipping And Handling)
“LATE SUNSETS, EARLY SUNRISES” Release Party And In Store Signing
On August 20th at 5 PM central standard time, Graphic Content editor THEoDEAD (Theo Scheresky) will be at The Fantasy Shop in St Charles Missouri doing an in store signing to celebrate the release of the first issue of the Bloody-Disgusting exclusive “LATE SUNSETS, EARLY SUNRISES”. There will be a limited amount of hard-copies available to the public for this party, and you will also have a chance to win some exclusive sketch artwork from the title. There will also be free music, food, and plenty of contests to celebrate the release of the title.
For additional information on these in store signings, and to keep up with “LATE SUNSETS, EARLY SUNRISES” you can jump on over to the official FaceBook page.
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