Fans! At last, “MONSTROSIS!” a Doris Danger 176-page limited edition hardcover, is available at Amazon.com for pre-order!
By CHRIS WISNIA, featuring inks by MIKE ALLRED, HERB TRIMPE, and BILL SIENKIEWICZ, and giant monster pin-ups by NEAL ADAMS, DICK AYERS, SIMON BISLEY, BRIAN BOLLAND, NICK CARDY, GOEFREY DARROW, GUY DAVIS, LUIS DOMINGUEZ, AL FELDSTEIN, SAM GLANZMAN, MICHAEL GOLDEN, SAM KIETH, DAVID MACK, ALEX MALEEV, MIKE PLOOG, JOHN SEVERIN, RYAN SOOK, JILL THOMPSON, GEORGE TUSKA, JH WILLIAMS III, and THOMAS YEATES!
Published by SLG!
176 Pages / hardcover / B&W / Digest-Sized 5.5″x7.5″ / Young Adult / $24.95
Release date: August 2012
Doris Danger is an ace tabloid photojournalist bent on proving the existence of giant monsters! But what do her whacky adventures hold in store for you?! In this second, epic, 176 page adventure, you will thrill to at least FOUR THINGS, including … The humongous “POOTWAH, The Former Librarian Who Inexplicably turned into a GIANT MONSTER and Reigned Havoc on His Home Town of Philadelphia!” The Monster Liberation Army! The world’s second through sixth greatest actors! World’s greatest actor Dirk Doole’s secret to success! The FBI’s notorious “freckle-hiding scheme”! “The Man From Somewhere” … unmasked! FOUR “offices of Tabloia Weekly Magazine” Dialogue Sequences! Army “G” Division Commander Luke Luggash’s “Dental Secret”… Revealed! The
abduction of Doris Danger! PLUS! Giant monsters! Russian Spies! Robots! Outer space! Rocketmobiles! Prescription binoculars! Romance! A conversation on a telephone! And at least TWO MORE THINGS!
Creator/writer/artist/hack Chris Wisnia had this to say:
“This precious, gorgeous little hardcover marks the first new Doris Danger material in print in five years.I feel my sense of humor, delivery, and art has improved dramatically, and I’m very proud of this book!”
Lastly, a personal plea from all of us here at Tabloia!If you’ve enjoyed Doris Danger’s adventures in the past, PLEASE rush out to www.amazon.com and reserve your copy right away, to insure there is enough interest in our failing comic book economy to justify the print-run!
Enjoy, and thanks for the support, fans!
Tabloia Weekly Magazine