Jet City Comic Show 2017


Next weekend (november 4th and 5th 10am to 5pm/6pm) i will be at the
Jet City Comic Show in tacoma, washington with books and prints, including my newest book from image comics, pop gun war: chain letter.
Artist Alley #AA-065 in the Tacoma Convention & Trade Center ,1500 Broadway,Tacoma, WA 98402
No time to do anything too involved like this #bigbarda but I’ll do looser black and white stuff at the show.
below is the cover to part two of
proxima centauri, which you can currently check out for free on studygroup comics

 

Pop Gun War: Chain Letter – June 14 from Image Comics

FAREL DALRYMPLE DELIVERS POP GUN WAR SEQUEL THIS JUNE

Cartoonist Farel Dalrymple will release POP GUN WAR: CHAIN LETTER, a sequel to his award-winning and critically acclaimed urban fantasy graphic novel POP GUN WAR: GIFT, this June published by Image Comics.

 

Stuck in a small town with a broken-down van, Emily goes on a walk. After following some shady characters through subterranean tunnels, she discovers three video monitors showing stories from a magical present, dreamy past, and strange future.

 

POP GUN WAR: CHAIN LETTER (ISBN: 978-1-5343-0192-4, Diamond code: APR170849) arrives in comic book stores Wednesday, June 14th and bookstores Tuesday, June 20th. The final order cutoff deadline for comics retailers is Monday, May 8th.

POP GUN WAR: CHAIN LETTER is available for preorder via Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Indiebound, and Indigo.

Direct Market release date: 6/14

Book Market release date: 6/20

 Retail price: $19.99

Select praise for POP GUN WAR:

 

“POP GUN WAR is not simply beautiful drawings, but drawings with gravity—grounded in a melancholy urban tangle. POP GUN WAR is not simply a beautiful story, but a story that defies gravity—elevating its characters and readers alike.” —Craig Thompson (Blankets)

 

“An extraordinarily beautiful tale filled with mysticism and dreams, set in the one place where inspiration is needed the most: our own dark and gritty reality.” —Tyler Chin-Tanner, Broken Frontier

 

“Dalrymple’s scratchy pen-and-ink style is somehow hyperreal in its depiction of race, class, and eccentric humanity. The whole thing defies description, but the blurb isn’t really the point: it’s a sympathetic, dreamlike trip into the heart of a city, witnessed through the eyes of a child.” —Ross Johnson, Barnes & Noble’s Sci-fi/Fantasy Blog

 

“Reading a Farel Dalrymple comic provides the sensation of being guided through a dream, where a little girl in the city can find a self-help book written by a wizard, or where a robot rubs shoulders with a talking cat and a shapeshifter; where the stories and art carry me through worlds that linger, that ask for exploration.” —Women Write About Comics

 

“Farel Dalrymple is the finest young draftsman to quietly sidle into comics in a long time—and one of the field’s most unique storytellers. This surreal, disquieting, and penetrating fable is spun from a personal vision the like of which you haven’t seen before. Set your preconceptions aside, put on your wings, and leap…over the edge.” —Walter Simonson (The Mighty Thor, Ragnarok)