Thursday, March 18, 2010

Surprising Comics Theater #1: A Presumptuous Plug

I hope you'll forgive Ol' Groove for a brazen bit of self-promotion, but I'd be kinda crazy not to plug Surprising Comics' Surprising Comics Theater #1! Why? 'Cause yers trooly has a five page featurette in that fabulous first ish, that's why! I've written a special five page story starring my patriotic hero, Sgt. Freedom and the fantastic Randy Valiente has provided the awesome art. SCT #1 also features Surprising publisher Mark Davis' Skyscraper (also illustrated by Valiente), John Michael Helmer's The Leaf, illustrated by Brad Eastburn, a pin-up by Ron Lim, and a suh-wheet cover by Stuart Berryhill. It's a nifty package of solid, fun, old school comics--if I do have'ta say so myself. If you'd like to glom on to a copy, visit the Surprising website and order one (or 2...or 12!)--and make sure to tell 'em Ol' Groove sent ya!

1 comment:

  1. Hey Groovster!
    Congrads! Awesome! I hope it sells really well for you! I'll try to order a copy or two! I just bought that Man-God promo piece by Dan Adkins. So I can't order right now. I got a great idea/suggestion for a name for you to use.

    Speaking of next April I'm doing a article on Man-God for Back Issue magazine! My third piece for that great mag!



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