Alright folks. This is it. The final push! Final orders for THE FIELD #1 are due on Monday, March 10th. That’s in just a few short days.
If you haven’t asked your LCS to carry the book, please do.
I’ve said it before, but I’m saying it again: I’m immensely proud of this book and thing that readers are really going to dig it. You’ve got an underwear clad amnesiac; and ex-Bible salesman on a meth induced murder spree; a bunch of bad assed bikers and a cavorting crew of cosplayers on a quest to save civilization. What more could you ask for? We’ve got Simon (PROPHET, JAN’S ATOMIC HEART) Roy’s incredible art between (and on) the covers. We’ve got the amazing Simon Gough throwing down some sick, sick colors. Published by Image Comics.
So, please, walk on down to your LCS and make sure that they’ve got your back.
All retumbls and retweets and repostings of any sort are greatly appreciated.
Diamond Order Code: FEB140485
Page 206 of your February Previews Catalog
Need more convincing? Check out these interviews/previews:
Folks, here’s why I support Ed Brisson’s endeavors:
When I met Ed, I was still an Editor for an Image Comics imprint. At Fan Expo Toronto, I was walking through artists alley or small press, and saw a gorgeously put-together project called MURDER BOOK sitting on a pristinely set-up booth. The writer, Ed Brisson, was there, polite and courteous. I grabbed the first two books and immediately showed some co-workers. How did such a gorgeous book exist and I didn’t know about it!?
I blame Canada.
Ed’s work was great. As we began communicating, seeing if there was a professional future together, I got to witness firsthand the pinnacle of professionalism: his correspondence was always prompt, polite, and never-prodding. We didn’t get anything off the ground, but I was more than happy to see what Ed did when his first Shadowline project, The Comeback, did. As his projects grew in scope and praise, they remained unified in providing readers with an intimacy of character. With Ed Brisson, you feel like you know the characters a little too well, which makes it hard when they’re put through the troubles that come with being nestled in a noir, sci-fi, slice-of-life, or horror story.
To this day, Ed is a consummate professional, and an eager talent seeking to be the best version of himself. He’s got a couple of projects going on right now that he’s CRUSHING, and I can’t wait for THE FIELD to make its way to my comic shop.
Please, order Ed’s book, and become as big a fan as I am.