Below is the press release – you’ll recall I have a comic of Go-Rilla VS. Elk Diablo in this book! I’ll be getting my contributor copies around this time so reserve your copy today by emailing me!
Friday May 29 | Launch Party at Lucky’s Comics | 5pm
Vancouver, Mar, 26, 2009
For immediate transmission – “Funday Sunnies”, the third publication by Cloudscape Comics. A full-colour salute to classic Newspaper comics. Featuring the talents of local artists From around the lower mainland. They will be taking the book on a tour of North America and launching in Vancouver This May!
This book will be launching at the Emerald City Comicon in Seattle this April 4 and 5. Followed by an appearance at the Stumptown Small Press Expo April 14-15 in Portland.
Expect it to be on sale at all major comic stores in Vancouver this May.
There will be a launch party in Vancouver May 29 at Lucky’s Comics. With a display of original artwork, a mini comic jam, and much much more!
Cloudscape have been producing books for the last two years, beginning with Robots Pine Trees and Broken Hearts in early 2008 and Historyonics in November. At a time when most book publishers are cutting back. This collective of artists has pooled their talents and resources to publish their own series of books. They plan even more ambitious projects in the future. Their next project will be a science fiction book expected to land in the spring of 2010.
“A small press book in full colour is virtually unheard of and we are very happy to be adding to Vancouvers rich comic book history” states group leader Jeff Ellis.
Contributors: Alex, Toren Atkinson, Phil Barrett, Ken Boesem, Jonathon Dalton, Jeff Ellis, Lou Ford, Kevin Forbes, Emmett Hall, Julian Lawrence, Steve Lecouilliard, Severine Leibundgut, Christopher Leinonen, Angela Melick, Scott Ritchie, Scott Ritchings, and Colin Upton.
Lucky’s Comics: 3972 Main Street, Vancouver, BC, V5V 3P2
Press Contact: Jeffrey Ellis, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Source: Jeffrey Ellis