Tuesday, August 16, 2005

FGNW Day 2: Daydream Lullabies & Remains

It's Day 2 of our Free Graphic Novel Week, celebrating one year of Yet Another Comics Blog.

The first of today's graphic novels up for grabs is Daydream Lullabies: A Billy Dogma Experience by Dean Haspiel. Here's how the publisher, Top Shelf, describes it:
Billy Dogma--the last romantic antihero--is so confused, his guns shoot everything but bullets. Jane Legit, Billy's career-driven girlfriend, questions his grip on reality, yet unconditionally encourages his imagination to foil The Under Color Cop, bamboozle The Human Barcode, escape The Loneliest Photobooth In The World, and tranquilize Dr. Eros, while trying to make ends meet in Trip City.

Today's second option is IDW's Remains by Steve Niles and Kieron Dwyer:
When the world goes mad, a blackjack dealer and an exotic dancer are mysteriously spared. But now they're trapped in Reno, surrounded by a veritable army of the undead - and with no idea what might wait for them beyond the city limits if they can escape. Are they the last man and woman on Earth? And if so, how long can they last?

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.)

1 comment:

Unknown said...

I'm a fan of all three of these creators. i'll have to check these books out. Great site. very useful.