Miranda Mercury: The Week That Was (7.15.11)

Frantic and fantastic times around these parts…

Most importantly, the impossible happened—advance copies of The Many Adventures of Miranda Mercury: Time Runs Out arrived safely at Archaia’s offices after an international voyage from the printer. Meaning that next week at San Diego Comic-Con, the book will be making its official debut, hot off the presses at booth #2635. Approved signing schedule should go live early next week, but obviously this will be a huge moment for me and the entire creative team that’s worked on this project the last several years. Pic of the gorgeous lookin’ hardcover directly below, followed by a few links to recent press coverage the book has gotten. Should be a big week and stay tuned for further developments.

Profile and Interview w/David Brothers of ComicsAlliance.com—

http://www.comicsalliance.com/2011/07/15/miranda-mercury-comics/

First two issues of Miranda Mercury now available digitally through Comixology—

http://www.archaia.com/archaia-and-comixology-announce-expanded-relationship/

Library Journal looking forward to the release of Miranda Mercury—

http://www.libraryjournal.com/lj/reviews/book/890886-421/graphic_novels.html.csp

Miranda Mercury HC named a “San Diego exclusive worth standing in line for”—

http://www.comicsalliance.com/2011/07/14/comic-con-2011-exclusives/

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4 responses to “Miranda Mercury: The Week That Was (7.15.11)

  1. So very glad to finally be able to read issue 296, and so happy to see Miranda back in action. Will issues 297-300 be released in this same “single issue” digital format? Or do I have to pick up the collection to read these tales? Congrats on getting Miranda back to market.

  2. I believe that all of the issues will be released digitally as singles and eventually as a digital trade. At the con this weekend, I’ll see if I can find out some more specific details in regards to release schedules and price points for the collection. Glad to hear you liked #296 and we think the stories get better and better as you work your way through the hardcover. Thanks for the support!

    B

  3. If I were at the Con I’d try to get one of those hard-covers, but alas. Have fun, and I’m sure you’ll burn through those 200 copies. I’d be surprised if they last through Saturday.

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