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Humphries, Sanders self-publish twisted science fiction comic

Our Love is Real

As Tim mentioned in What Are You Reading? this weekend, Fraggle Rock/CBGB writer (not to mention friend and past contributor to this here blog) Sam Humphries has teamed up with SWORD and Five Fists of Science artist Steven Sanders for a new science fiction comic called Our Love is Real.

Here’s the description of the comic: “FIVE YEARS AFTER THE AIDS VACCINE…Plantsexuals riot in the streets for equal rights. Humans fall in love with dogs. And crystals are more than just jewelry. A chance encounter on the job changes a riot cop’s life forever as he finds himself caught in a bizarre love triangle that blurs romance, crime and lust beyond recognition.”

The self-published one-shot is due tomorrow from “a select group of retailers,” as well as via mail order and digitally. Check out the website tomorrow for more information.

Update: After the jump you’ll find the list of retailers carrying the book.

LOS ANGELES – HOLLYWOOD
Meltdown Comics & Collectables
7522 West Sunset Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90046
(323) 851-7223
meltcomics.com
Map: http://bit.ly/lLBk35

LOS ANGELES – SANTA CLARITA
Brave New World Comics
22722 Lyons Avenue #6
Newhall, CA 91321
(661) 259-4745
bravenewworldcomics.com
Map: http://bit.ly/kDdekS

LOS ANGELES – SILVER LAKE
Secret Headquarters
3817 West Sunset Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90026
(323) 666-2228
thesecretheadquarters.com
Map: http://bit.ly/khuA4S

NEW YORK CITY
Desert Island
540 Metropolitan Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11211
(718) 388-5087
desertislandbrooklyn.com
Map: http://bit.ly/jB8GgE

PORTLAND
Floating World Comics
20 NW 5th Ave #101
Portland, OR 97209
(503) 241-0227
floatingworldcomics.com
Map: http://bit.ly/mG2A5Z

SAN FRANCISCO
Isotope Comics
326 Fell Street
San Francisco, CA 94102
(415) 621-6543
isotopecomics.com
Map: http://bit.ly/kyDPZK

TORONTO
The Beguiling
601 Markham Street
Toronto, ON M6G 2L7, Canada
(416) 533-9168
beguiling.com
Map: http://bit.ly/mdQG71

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4 Comments

Sounds interesting!

One of THE very best comic one-shots I have read in awhile. Not for the faint of heart. Pick up a copy if you can!

Bryan J Daggett

July 5, 2011 at 3:37 pm

Surprisingly A-Political and brilliant. My favorite one-shot of the year.

It’s like Twighlight Zone met Susie Bright in a dark alley and had a mutant child!

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