Extra Good Stuff

Extra Good Stuff
Extra Good Stuff

Award-winning author Dennis Eichhorn is back with a new collection of autobiographical comix! For Extra Good Stuff Eichhorn has enlisted the best comic artists of our time to illustrate stories that are improbable, hilarious, and shockingly honest.
Featured stories and artists:
• “In the Beginning” by Ivan Brunetti
• “It’s Good to be the King” by Tom Van Deusen
• “Big Ben” by Michael Arnold
• “Spud Scout Soliloquy” by Gerald Jablonski
• “Up Against It” by Aaron Lange
• “The Mormon Factor” by Dame Darcy
• “What Next?” by R.L. Crabb
• “Grunge Father” by Pat Moriarity and David Collier
• “Boarding Party” by Colin Upton
• “Taxi Driver” by Max Clotfelter
• “Rest Stop” by J.R. Williams
• “Gold Dust Twins” by Noah Van Sciver
• “Phone Sex” by David Lasky
• “The Geratric Comic” by David Collier
• “Pinch Me!” by Michael Arnold
• “The Biggest Unit” by Sean Hurley
• “The Cartoonist Who Loved Me” by Ashleigh Talbot
• “The Roadside” by Stan W. Shaw

Last Gasp

History of PLANET OF THE APES Comics

History of PLANET OF THE APES Comics, New from Sequart

Sacred Scrolls Planet of the Apes Cover[Press Release] Sequart Organization is proud to announce the publication of The Sacred Scrolls: Comics on the Planet of the Apes, edited by Rich Handley and Joseph F. Berenato.

Since the 1970s, the Planet of the Apes franchise has frequently delved into the world of comics. Some stories have made the Lawgiver proud, while others have brought shame to Ape City. In the comics arena, not all apes are created equal — but for fans, that’s half the fun of reading them.

More than 150 POTA comics have been published during the past four decades, from Gold Key, Marvel, Power Records, Brown Watson Books, Editorial Mo. Pa. Sa., Malibu Graphics, Dark Horse, Mr. Comics, and BOOM! Studios. Writers have explored the settings, concepts, and characters from the films (and occasionally the TV series), while introducing an array of new characters and scenarios. Back stories have been revealed, plot holes filled in, and histories extrapolated upon. The comics have employed multiple genres and styles, taking readers to distant villages, ruined cities, and oceanic civilizations — and we’ve even seen the Apes battle alien invaders from War of the Worlds and Alien Nation. It’s been quite the madhouse, to be sure. But by and large, the Apes comics have remained true to creator Pierre Boulle’s simian spirit.

The Sacred Scrolls: Comics on the Planet of the Apes examines this history with an essay anthology that features insightful analysis from comics historians, novelists, bloggers and Apes experts. Also it contains exclusive interviews with Doug Moench, Tom Mason, Scott Tipton, and more! If you’re eager to learn more about Apes lore, then you’ll need to get your stinkin’ paws on this volume. (See attached for the book’s table of contents and cover.)

The Sacred Scrolls runs 312 pages and is available in print and on Kindle. (FYI: you don’t need a Kindle device to read Kindle-formatted books; you can download a free Kindle reader / app for most computers, phones, and tablets.)