LAST DAYS OF AMERICAN CRIME oversized hardcover

Jeff Powell’s cover rough for the LAST DAYS OF AMERICAN CRIME oversized hardcover edition for Image Comics. Due in July. 160 pages of Greg Tocchini that he spent two years making. Cover by Alex Maleev. Out of print for years, but now back in a big monster collection the same size as FEAR AGENT Library Editions and CRAWL SPACE.

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TOKYO GHOST #1 won’t have a huge slew of variant covers

After a few conversations today with Image and Sean Murphy (Gordon if you’re nasty)  we’ve decided to not artificially bump the orders on TOKYO GHOST #1 with a bunch of variants. The general consensus is that we’re doing harm to the industry with this tactic. A tactic we’ve all used on many other books and always felt a bit off about. Sean has already done a number of covers, so we’ll be offering an “A” cover and “B” cover, both by Sean, and that’s it. TOKYO GHOST #1 is a double-sized first issue and ships in September.

General info:

The Isles of Los Angles 2089 – Humanity is addicted to technology, a population of unemployed leisure seekers, blissfully distracted from toxic contamination, who borrow, steal, and kill to buy their next digital fix. Getting a virtual buzz is the only thing left to live for. It’s the biggest industry, the only industry, the drug everyone needs, and gangsters run it all.

And who do these gangsters turn to when they need their rule enforced? Constables Led Dent and Debbie Decay. This duo is about to be given a job that will force them out of the familiar squalor of Los Angels to take down the last tech-less country on Earth: The Garden Nation of Tokyo.

Bestselling writer Rick Remender (Black Science, Deadly Class) and superstar art team Sean Murphy (Chrononauts, Punk Rock Jesus) and Matt Hollingsworth (Hawkeye, Wytches) examine our growing addiction to technology while thirsting for a nature we continue to destroy.

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