Jim Henson’s Power Of The Dark Crystal #1 And #2 And Redneck #3 Go To Second Prints

Donny Cates and Lisandro Estherren have seen the third issue of their comic Redneck sell out from Image Comics and go to second printing, hitting stores at the end of July along with  the first printing of Redneck #4.
REDNECK #3
What lurks in the attic of the Bowman house? With everything going to hell for his family, Bartlett must confront the one sonuvabitch that puts fear in other vampires. And what exactly do the Bowman boys have planned for Father Landry?

The comic book recreation of Jim Henson’s Power Of The Dark Crystal by Si Spurrier, Nichole Matthews and Kelly Matthews and published by Boom Comics has also sold out of its first two issues and is going back to second printings with a new joined up cover by Derek Kirk Kim. A left version and a right version, both by Derek Kirk Kim, that will link together into one image. Collect them both?

The first printing of the first issue came out in February, so it has taken a while, but looks like Boom are in this for the long haul.

JIM HENSON POWER OF DARK CRYSTAL #1
(W) Simon Spurrier (A) Nichole Matthews, Kelly Matthews
In celebration of the 35th anniversary of Jim Henson’s The Dark Crystal, return to the world of Thra in an official sequel to the beloved fantasy film.
Discover an all-new race of creatures called Firelings that live in a realm near the planet’s core, based on official character designs by Brian Froud.
Years have passed since the events of the original film, and though Jen and Kira have ruled Thra as King and Queen, bringing Gelfling back to the land, they have become distracted by power and can no longer feel or see the needs of the world the way they once did.
Thurma is a young Fireling tasked with stealing a shard of the Dark Crystal to restore power to her realm. Along the way she’ll befriend the young Gelfling Kensho, bring back the Skeksis and Mystics, and embark on one incredible adventure.In
SRP: $3.99

Expect them both on the 26th July.

 

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Chief writer and founder of Bleeding Cool. Father of two. Comic book clairvoyant. Political cartoonist.

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