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Moon in the Trees Pre-Order August 26 ONLY on InversePress.com!

Posted by James LaPorte on

On Wednesday, August 26, at 6:00 p.m. CDT, Inverse Press is proud to launch our FIRST web store-exclusive comic pre-order! Moon in the Trees is a lavishly illustrated, 28-page, multi-genre anthology comic. It holds FOUR totally different stories written by Ronald Montgomery and with art by James Giar, Tim Switalski, Wendell Cavalcanti & Lars Kramhoft. Yes, DAY ONE is in effect for this pre-sale! Anyone who pre-orders the comic between 6:00 p.m. on Wednesday, August 26 and 10:00 p.m. on Thursday, August 27 has the option of choosing an InversePress.com EXCLUSIVE Day One version of the cover!  After that, pre-orders for Moon...

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Roadkill du Jour is COMPLETE!

Posted by James LaPorte on

With Roadkill du Jour 4 now published, the full story of duJour's quest to lift his terrible curse and gain revenge against Mama Houdoo has been told! (Word has it he also rebuilt that ole Roadkill Motorcycle Club in the process...) Celebrate with us by picking up the FULL SERIES for less than $10! Use Promo Code: Roadkill at checkout to get $1.00 off ALL Roadkill du Jour comics (in print or digital formats) from now until February 28, 2015! Click through HERE to score all four issues in this extremely limited print run (once they're gone, they're GONE)!    

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Eyes of the Hurricane Funding NOW on Kickstarter!

Posted by James LaPorte on

 Inverse Press is currently funding our next comic project via Kickstarter.com: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/laporte/eyes-of-the-hurricane-surviving-the-storm-and-life Eyes of the Hurricane is a 20-page, one-shot story of our friend, Roberto Acosta, and his encounter with a hummingbird during 2004's Hurricane Ivan, a storm that ravaged much of the Florida and Alabama Gulf Coast!  Adapting Roberto's story to comic form are Inverse founders, Kevin LaPorte (script) and Amanda Rachels (art).  The story tells of what Roberto imagined must've been the hummingbird's motivation for being out and about in the eye of an actual hurricane - it was seeking help for its keepers, a tiny race of...

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