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PHONOGRAM: THE SINGLES CLUB #1, etc
September 18, 2008, 7:42 pm
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Oh, workblog, I have been neglecting you in favour of, well, working. Sorry about that.

News!



PHONOGRAM 2: THE SINGLES CLUB #1 (of 7)
written by KIERON GILLEN
art & cover by JAMIE McKELVIE

The critically-acclaimed Phonogram returns with seven issues of stand-alone Phonomantic stories, each set in the same night at a single nightclub. First up, Penny B wrestles with the big questions: Will she get the boy? Will the DJ play her record? Why was her gin and tonic so expensive? In a world where music is magic, she’ll discover just how deep shallow actually gets. Plus: Two complete back-up stories featuring guest artists MARC ELLERBY (Love The Way You Love) and LAUREN McCUBBIN (Rent Girl).

December 10 • 32 pages • FC • $3.50

Yep, issue 1 of The Singles Club is being solicited for December. So head to your local comics shop and place your order now!

Conventions: I will be attending the Birmingham International Comics Show on Oct 4-5, sharing a table with Marc Ellerby (Kieron sadly can’t make it), and we’re both going to be at Thought Bubble in Leeds in November.

Prints: I’m in the process of making a limited edition (100 only) print for sale within the next few days. Keep your eyes peeled.


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Oh yeah! I’ve been waiting for this! I’ll be putting my Previews order in this weekend and this is going to be on it for sure!

Comment by JD

FINALLY found a copy of this! Now I await the arrival of 1.2!❤

Comment by xtine




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