Cover by OOSA artist Greg Ruth.
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Market Monday
Alabaster: Wolves #5, written by Caitlín R. Kiernan, colored by Rachelle Rosenberg

Dancy Flammarion has survived monsters and ghosts, demons and blood-only to be trapped in a town eaten away from the inside by dark magic. Now, Dancy and her companions make their way to the heart of the darkness: the wolves’ lair, and the terrible choice that waits within.

~Preview~

Practical note! If you want to read Alabaster: Wolves but are having trouble finding it at your LCS (I’ve heard that many have sold out), you can still order all the backissues here, or get ‘em digitally here.
And now, I’m going to indulge in some serious braggery: I am so, so wildly proud of this book, and so grateful for the chance to work with Cait, Steve, Rachelle, and Greg; I’d call them a dream team, but that sells short four brilliant, talented, wonderful, and very real people, the very real and very hard work they’ve put into this, and the very comic that’s grown from their skill and tenacity. Wolves is the first original comics series that I’ve edited from pre-pitch to finish, and it sets a very, very high bar for the rest to come, Alabaster and otherwise.

Cover by OOSA artist Greg Ruth.

postcardsfromspace:

ladiesmakingcomics:

Market Monday

Alabaster: Wolves #5, written by Caitlín R. Kiernan, colored by Rachelle Rosenberg

Dancy Flammarion has survived monsters and ghosts, demons and blood-only to be trapped in a town eaten away from the inside by dark magic. Now, Dancy and her companions make their way to the heart of the darkness: the wolves’ lair, and the terrible choice that waits within.

~Preview~

Practical note! If you want to read Alabaster: Wolves but are having trouble finding it at your LCS (I’ve heard that many have sold out), you can still order all the backissues here, or get ‘em digitally here.

And now, I’m going to indulge in some serious braggery: I am so, so wildly proud of this book, and so grateful for the chance to work with Cait, Steve, Rachelle, and Greg; I’d call them a dream team, but that sells short four brilliant, talented, wonderful, and very real people, the very real and very hard work they’ve put into this, and the very comic that’s grown from their skill and tenacity. Wolves is the first original comics series that I’ve edited from pre-pitch to finish, and it sets a very, very high bar for the rest to come, Alabaster and otherwise.