HOW i MADE THE WORLD MAKES WORLD DEBUT
Xeric Award-Winning Comic Hits Stands In June
Dover, NH – Writer Liz Plourde and illustrator Randy Michaels release How i Made the World, their new comic book, in June 2014.
In How i Made the World, a college sophomore’s art project becomes an obsession that spins her life out of control. Strange students and dangerous dreams turn her midterm into a “Monster” – the first story in the debut issue of the Xeric Award-winning comic.
Plourde & Michaels’ work appeared in Lies Grown-ups Told Me, winner of the 2012 Stumptown Comic Arts award for Best Anthology.
Ken Carson, manager of comics retailer That’s Entertainment in Worcester, Mass., says, “‘HiMtW’ is a wonderfully crafted, personal story in the fine indie tradition of Tomine and Los Bros. Hernandez.”
Caitlin McGurk, curator at Ohio State University’s Billy Ireland Cartoon Library and Museum, described How i Made the World as “…a contemporary and relatable self-published work that still has a ring of classic comic styles to it.”
How i Made the World was honored as recipient in the final round of self-publishing grants from The Xeric Foundation, the prestigious nonprofit corporation established by Peter Laird, co-creator of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Comics were judged on “originality, literary and artistic merit, and a sense of commitment to the work.”
The debut issue of How i Made the World, a 32-page black and white comic, retails for $2.95 and will be listed in the April issue of Diamond Comics Distributors’ Previews (on sale March 26). The Diamond order code is APR141257.
And don’t miss the premiere issue of How i Made the World, coming to a comic book store near you in June.