BREAKING NEWS: Fanboy Comics' Something Animal to Join Graphicly

sa cover finalDear Fanboy Comics Readers:

On behalf of the Fanboy Comics staff, I am both excited and proud to announce that FBC's first graphic novel, Something Animal, will be released in digital format through Graphicly on Monday, March 5, 2012!  Fans of the gritty psychological thriller will now be able to enjoy the graphic novel on the handheld device of their choice!


For more information regarding the digital release of Something Animal, please see our full press release, below.

 

Digital copies of Something Animal are now available!

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

FANBOY COMICS’ SOMETHING ANIMAL TO JOIN GRAPHICLY


LOS ANGELES, CA – March 1, 2012Fanboy Comics (FBC) is proud to announce that its premiere graphic novel, Something Animal, will be digitally released through Graphicly on Monday, March 5, 2012.  


Fans of the dark and gritty tale of psychological terror will now have the opportunity to enjoy the graphic novel in both hard-back and digital forms, thanks to the efforts of the cutting-edge digital distributor.  Graphicly has become home to the comic book industry’s most notable publishers, including Marvel Comics, Image Comics, and IDW.


Graphicly"Digital comics are an exciting new medium, and Fanboy Comics is overjoyed to have partnered with Graphicly in order to bring Something Animal to the digital world,” says FBC President Bryant Dillon. “Graphicly is clearly a leader in this emerging market, and FBC is proud to have Something Animal included in its inventory."


The graphic novel was written by FBC co-founders Bryant Dillon and Sam Rhodes, and based on an original story by FBC Senior Contributor Ben Rhodes.  The 80-page graphic novel features vivid, full-color art by Robert Burrows.  

 

Something Animal is available for purchase on the Fanboy Comics website and in select comic book stores in Los Angeles, and digital copies will be available for the Kindle, iPad, NOOK, Android, Facebook, and more starting March 5, 2012.  


Founded in early 2010 by self-professed “geeks” Bryant and Barbra Dillon and Sam Rhodes, Fanboy Comics seeks to provide an outlet for up-and-coming artists and writers with a desire to create new works and media.  By facilitating in-house collaborations and providing support and empowerment, FBC hopes to enable the production of professional and marketable creator-owned works.


Fanboy Comics’ second graphic novel, Identity Thief, will be available in Fall of 2012.


For more information on Something Animal, please visit www.fanboycomics.net or www.somethinganimal.com.  More information regarding Graphicly may be found by visiting Graphicly.com.


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