Friday, August 19, 2005

FGNW Day 5: The Devil Does Exist & Buster's Neighborhood

It's Day 5 of our Free Graphic Novel Week, celebrating one year of Yet Another Comics Blog!

The first selection for today is Mitsuba Takanashi's The Devil Does Exist, vol. 1. Here's how CMX Manga describes it:
High school is hard for Kayano. When she tries to confess her love to the kind but distant Yuichi, the school bully Takeru makes her life hell. But things get worse when Kayano's mother gets engaged to Takeru's father, the school principal! How will she cope with having the devil himself living in her own home?




The second selection is Buster's Neighborhood: Kid Comet vs. The Agents of Doom an all-ages adventure by Kaja Blackley & Alex Hawley, published by Mutant Toast Productions:
Buster Jones is no ordinary eleven year old boy and his quiet suburban life is about to change forever.

Nestled in his gentle neighbourhood are aliens and monsters hiding in the shadows. When they emerge from the darkness, bringing terrible secrets to light, his fragile world crumbles, and Buster is faced with a destiny that will ultimately champion the universe or enslave the human race.




To enter for a chance to win one of these graphic novels, simply do the following:

Send me an email with your name, your postal address, which graphic novel you want, and a sentence or two telling me why you want it. Please put 'FGNW' and the title of the graphic novel you want in the subject of your email.

You can enter once per day (but only once)--that means that you have to choose which of the two graphic novels you want. Also, you can only win once, so if you are picked you can't enter any more. But you can keep entering each day until you win. (You must be 18 or older and live in the United States.)

Entries must be received by 11:59 pm EDT, and the winners will be announced tomorrow morning. Then I'll announce the next two graphic novels, and this will continue all week.

(Full details, including the fine print, are available here.)

2 comments:

Shane Bailey said...

I just want to commend you for this contest. It's very impressive and I wish I noticed it earlier in the week. I knew some folks who might have participated who are new to comics.

Dave said...

There's still plenty of time to participate: today, Saturday and Sunday!