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Our pals at PanelToPanel.net are offering an exclusive signed bookplate edition of Jaime Hernandez's forthcoming THE EDUCATION OF HOPEY GLASS. Better yet, everyone who purchases a copy gets entered into a free drawing to win the bookplate's original art by Jaime, while a runner-up will receive a set of L&R trade paperbacks! Meanwhile, here's a new PTP interview with Jaime!
Congratulations and thanks to everyone who entered our Scavenger Hunt contest! We only had one incorrect answer (and one that our judges are still looking into) out of 18 entries. Our randomly-selected Grand Prize 50%-off coupon winner is Michael Pang of Phoenix, Arizona. We've notified all the winners, so if you entered, check your inbox!
For the record, here are the questions and the answers we were looking for:
We're still brainstorming what our next contest might be... stay tuned!
Yesterday saw the debut of the latest New York Times comic strip, LOW MOON by Jason! Huzzah! And it's a decaffeinated Western, no less.
Here's the first look at the forthcoming Ghost World Special Edition cover by Daniel Clowes. This jpg won't do the book justice: it's a deluxe hardcover with silver ink and spot varnish and perhaps some slight tweaking still to come by Mr. Clowes. The book is going to be amazing, in the vein of the impeccable Palestine Special Edition, though with even more uncollected material than that book. Weighing in at nearly 300 pages, it includes the original classic graphic novel, the Academy Award-nominated screenplay, and almost 50 pages of supplementary material never before collected, including several new strips created for the book, a new introduction and annotations to the graphic novel by Clowes, as well as a comprehensive retrospective of every piece of GW artwork and merchandise related to the book and film.
We'll preview more soon; expect book to be in stores by early summer.