Black Crown Omnibus, Vol. 1

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  • Paperback
  • 256 pages
  • Black Crown Omnibus, Vol. 1
  • Shelly Bond
  • 09 December 2018
  • 9781684053643

Black Crown Omnibus, Vol. 1 Short Comics Features, Previews, Interviews, And Essays By The Coterie Of Creators At The Black Crown Pub At The Corner Of Canon And Great Yarn.A Compendium Of The Black Crown Quarterlies, Including Tales From The Black Crown Pub, The 40 Page Lead Story By Award Winning Auteur Rob Davis Cud Rich And Strange, By Bandmates Co Writers Will Potter Carl Puttnam And Artist Philip Bond, Follows The Rise And Fall And Rise Of A Britpop Band That Should Be On Your Radar House Amok, Told From The POV Of Young Twin Sisters In A Neo Nuclear Family On The Brink Of Delirium Are They Possesed By Demonic Forces Or Just Normal Folk Who Convert An Old School Bus For A Cross Country Road Trip To Save The World One Arson Murder Conspiracy Theory At A Time From Christopher Sebela And Shawn McManus Bandtwits, A Coming Of Age Heist Story About Two Slacker 20 Somethings In The Spirit Of Edgar Wright S Baby Driver By Young British Auteur Jamie Coe.Regular Features Include Hey, Amateur, Your Guide To How To Do Anything In Nine Panels, And Beat Surrender, Wherein Creators Reveal Singular Comics And Records That Bring Them To Their Knees Bonus The Entire First Issue Of Each Of The Black Crown Launch Titles Kid Lobotomy By Peter Milligan And Tess Fowler, Assassinistas By Tini Howard And Gilbert Hernandez, And Punks Not Dead By David Barnett And Martin Simmonds

9 thoughts on “Black Crown Omnibus, Vol. 1

  1. Alex Sarll says:

    Shelly Bond made her name at Vertigo, so it makes sense that her Black Crown imprint should try to capture the same sense of linewide momentum and collegiality which Vertigo had in its first pomp The Black Crown Quarterly, which this collects alongside taster issues of the launch titles, was somewhere between Vertigo s On the Ledge column and its occasional anthologies Absolute Vertigo et al , offering exclusive content from the individual books alongside teaser scenes from forthcoming attractions There are also strips set at and around the Black Crown pub, the slightly forced linking device for the line I m still not wholly convinced by it as an ongoing concept, not without deforming and limiting other books, but taken on their own merits these shorts are entertaining enough Still, with the amount of creator interviews, city guides and such, and particularly given their focus on pop culture and music, what this recalls even than Vertigo is the slightly earlier nineties mome...