Written by Jude Terror
on Tuesday, September 22 2009 and posted in Previews
The Outhouse has some preview pages from Oni's Labor Days Vol. 2: Just Another Damn Day, which is in stores tomorrow! Title: Labor Days Vol. 2: Just Another Damn Day
Writer: Philip Gelatt
Artist: Rick Lacy
Format: Black and White, 6x9
Page Count: 136
Release Date: 9/30/2009
In this globe-trotting comedic misadventure, Benton "Bags"
Bagswell, charming loser, drunken prognosticator, and loutish
every-man, has decided to track down the Face of History, shadowy
leader of a vast conspiracy. To do this, Bags has enlisted the help of
an expanding cast of odd-balls and misfits, including his troubled
girlfriend Victoria and the ever-over-the-top spy Rick Stryker. But the
closer they get to a final confrontation, the closer Bags comes to
realizing that fate has more in store than any of them could anticipate
and that he might not be the hero of this story at all.
This book was meant to ship next week, but will be in stores TOMORROW! Be sure to pick up a copy at your LCS. Here's some pages from the book in a special PDF preview:
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About the Author - Jude Terror
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