Poyo Variant Cover Sells Out At San Diego Comic Con

John Layman printed hundreds of copies of the Secret Agent Poyo comic, a spinoff of Chew, for San Diego Comic Con, exclusively.

They were to have had a pink metallic foil cover, but printer error turned it gold.

Nevertheless, he has now almost sold out, and has put a block on selling any more today. The final eighty copies, will be sold one per person from tomorrow morning.

Run, don’t walk.

DEFRA was my idea, by the way.

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