Silver Sprocket Announces 12 Titles for Spring and Summer from Carolyn Nowack, Tom Neely, Ben Passmore, Rachel Dukes, and More

Silver Sprocket Announces 12 Titles for Spring and Summer from Carolyn Nowack, Tom Neely, Ben Passmore, Rachel Dukes, and More

Posted by January 15, 2018 Comment

San Francisco based art crew and publisher Silver Sprocket has announced 12 upcoming titles for Spring and Summer of 2018. The company signed a “deal with the devil” back in November to have their books distributed by Diamond, so you can easily preorder these at your local comic shop, merely for the cost of your immortal soul. Well, as long as you’re not a kid. A couple of the titles are 18+ only.

Check out the lineup of books below:

by Isabella Rotman

Isabella Rotman’s Siren School is a funny cathartic lesson in the murdering of mansplainers. A full-color mini-comic course in Sirening 101. Do it right and men will throw themselves into the sea. Siren School hits store shelves January 2018.

by Michael Sweater

The stand-alone follow up to Michael Sweater’s cult hit Please Destroy My Enemies that BoingBoing called “darlingly ironic and awful”! Featuring such new characters as Karate Dad, man who hates computers, and the feral girl. This book is sure to please anyone who hates Twitter, the government, or just themselves. In stores February 2018.

by Ben Passmore

Ben Passmore masterfully constructs comics about race, gentrification, the prison system, online dating, gross punks, bad street art, kung fu movie references, beating up God, and lots of other grown-up stuff with refreshing doses of humor and lived relatability, earning an Eisner nomination, Ignatz Award for “Outstanding Comic”, and a coveted spot on NPR’s 100 Favorite Graphic Novels list.

This hardcover 112 page volume also collects Ben Passmore’s political comics from VICE and THE NIB. Your Black Friend and Other Strangers hits store shelves February 2018.

by Rachel Dukes, Io, Andy Warner, and Hannah Fisher

A superb analysis of multi-classing between anarchist and nerd identities. Tag along for an adventurous peek into the world of one “un-elected bastard ambassador” for two cultures that rarely overlap. This comic gorgeously reflects how radical leftist values and geek predilections can inform one another, the struggle to feel comfortable in either community, and how sorcery is real and you can use it to fight cops. No Gods. No Dungeon Masters. hits store shelves February 2018.

by Carolyn Nowak (18+)

Lumberjanes superstar Carolyn Nowak uses magical realism and poetry to navigate lust, insecurity, and connection in this contemporary and classy smut adventure. No Better Words hits store shelves in March 2018.

No Better Words perfectly captures that painful and addictive state of desire. I love it very much.” – Jess Fink

by Michael Sweater

Please Keep Warm is a comic about friendship, overcoming depression, finding your place in the world, and also sometimes black metal. Collecting the hit webcomic (40,000+ daily views), this printed volume has the complete story arch taking readers a full year ahead of the strips now syndicating on Instagram and VICE. This Must Be The Place: A Please Keep Warm Collection hits store shelves in March 2018.

by Ben Passmore

The first serialized comic book miniseries from Silver Sprocket, written and illustrated by Ignatz Award-winning and Eisner Award-nominated Ben Passmore!

How’s your post apocalypse going? Enjoying the irradiated deserts, menacing clouds of sentient porn magazines, mutant police, and hipsters on some street art kick? No?!

This is the best the end of the world gets.

Social and political commentary mixed with punk nonsense and gore drawn in vibrant fluorescent color. Daygloayhole #1 hits stores in April 2018!

by Michael Sweater

Michael Sweater’s Silver Sprocket debut is back in print in dazzling full-color, with hints of Gary Larson’s subversive cute animal absurdism, Matt Groening’s bone-dry deadpan, and Bill Watterson’s pre-adult philosophical inquiry. Boing Boing raves “I love Michael Sweater’s collection of 60 darlingly ironic and awful comics.” Please Destroy My Enemies hits store shelves April 2018.

by Ivy Atoms

After Pinky’s lethal performance art piece, her devoted girlfriend Pepper follows her into death, only to find that in Hell, Pinky is… thriving?!

Pinky & Pepper Forever is a dark comedy full of furry fun and a hint of Catholic guilt. Follow these two puppygirls’ relationship and artwork on Earth and in their new life along the River Styx. Pinky & Pepper Forever will hit store shelves in May 2018.

GIRLS by Jenn Woodall

“The bold, colorful ways in which Woodall explores domestic violence, street harassment, and gender expression are wonderful, if at times painful. This book hits home because it doesn’t shy away from any of the most dangerous aspects of being a woman. Nor does it shy away from the righteous fury with which most women have to live their daily lives, even when doing something as simple as going for a bike ride or taking a photo against the backdrop of a colorful brick wall.” – Rogue’s Portal

Girls hits store shelves in May 2018.

by Tom Neely

A book of experimental “poetry as comics” by Los Angeles based artist Tom Neely. Best known for the cult-hit slash-fiction comics Henry & Glenn Forever (Microcosm Publishing) and the riotous ape-biker-gang comic book series The Humans (Image Comics), Neely began these small drawings and paintings in 2010 as an experiment in creating abstract one panel gag comic strips. The ideas of these poems sprang out of conversations about Art with Neely’s best friend and fellow cartoonist Dylan Williams (Sparkplug Comic Books) who passed away in 2011. Unfinished will hit store shelves in May 2018.

by Tom Neely (18+)

A collection of erotic and pornographic sketchbook drawings by Los Angeles based artist Tom Neely. Best known for the cult-hit slash-fiction comics Henry & Glenn Forever (Microcosm) and the riotous ape-biker-gang comic book series The Humans (Image Comics), Neely has been secretly filling his sketchbooks with all kinds of pervy smut!

Drawn from consenting models, memories, “selfies” and fantasies, this book gives a glimpse into the slippery, kink-positive, mind of an artist who loves to draw women and sex. 112 black and white pages of raw ink, graphite, flesh and cum ripped directly from the pages of the artist’s most private sketchbooks. Full color cover with transparent dust jacket so you can “undress” the book. It is XXX… SEXXX… EXXXS… Indulge in the exxxcess. Exxxs hits store shelves June 2018.

About Jude Terror

A prophecy says that in the comic book industry's darkest days, a hero will come to lead the people through a plague of overpriced floppies, incentive variant covers, #1 issue reboots, and super-mega-crossover events.

Scourge of Rich Johnston, maker of puns, and seeker of the Snyder Cut, Jude Terror, sadly, is not the hero comics needs right now... but he's the one the industry deserves.

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(Last Updated January 15, 2018 3:34 pm )

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