Get your orders in now for these two very special books!

We have been inundated with requests for information about these two very important books due for release in April, so we are happy to finally announce that the Diamond Previews catalog is finally out and that your local comic store is taking orders!

First up is the amazing ‘The Boy Who Made Silence’ by the award-winning Josh Hagler:

 

The Boy Who Made Silence 

Josh Hagler (Story and Art)

Full Color     160 Pages  (oversized – 270mm x 205mm)     $22.99 / £17.99

Deaf child Nestor Gudfred inexplicably creates utter silence around him, which compels the people near him into each others pasts and memories.  As his religious rural community looks to him as a prophet, the story follows Nestor and a diverse cast of richly imagined characters as he comes of age, falls in love, and begins a search for his father.  Winner of the coveted Xeric Grant, the debut issue was originally self-published by internationally exhibited painter Joshua Hagler before landing at AAM Markosia.

ISBN:  978-1-905692-69-9

Please contact your local comic store and give them the order code when you place your order, which for this book is FEB12 0700.

 

 

 

Also currently in Diamond Previews is the stunning ‘Tales from the Clockwork Empire’ by the incredible Ian Duerden:

 

Tales from the Clockwork Empire

Written and Illustrated by Ian Duerden

128 pages   Full Colour   $17.99 / £12.99p

Two mighty Clockwork Empires are fighting for domination of the planet. Beneath the waves of the English Channel armadas of clockwork submersibles are massing for invasion, while above Imperial Russia’s newly invented AirKites fight for supremacy of the skies. But in their search for more ingenious and deadly devices these empires have awoken an ancient Clockwork Civilization… A clock, stilled 3000 years ago, has begun ticking again… This is the Age of the Clockwork Empires and in 1803 this is how it began…

ISBN: 978-1-905692-67-5

 

Please contact your local comic store and give them the order code when you place your order, which for this book is FEB12 0701.