Are you a fan of Kaiju and collecting variant covers? If so then you should definitely check out this exclusive cover for Project Nemesis #2 which will only be available in participating retailers during an upcoming event.
American Gothic Press will be partnering with ComicsPRO for the first annual Local Comic Shop Day. Scheduled for November 28, 2015 at participating stores, the event has been publicized by ComicsPRO as a way to celebrate and appreciate independent comic shops for their donations to pop culture. Publishers like Marvel, BOOM!, Image, Oni, Black Mask, IDW, and Archie will also be providing exclusive items for shops that are participating in the event.
American Gothic Press has created an exclusive Local Comic Shop Day cover by Jorge Marrero and Jenn Pham for Project Nemesis #2, depicting the Kaiju Nemesis crushing a helicopter in all her sinister glory.
Project Nemesis is a six-issue adaptation of the bestselling novel by Jeremy Robinson, with art by Matt Frank and incentive covers by Bob Eggleton. The story tells of a government experiment in Maine gone horribly wrong that gives rise to a massive monster, Nemesis, who proceeds to terrorize New England. Issue #2 picks up the cliffhanger from the series debut and brings even more intensity to Jon Hudson and Ashley Collins’ hunt for whatever is killing scores of people on the East Coast.
Final order cutoff for Local Comic Shop Day exclusives is October 12, 2015. More information can be found at www.localcomicshopday.com.
Project Nemesis #1 will be available for purchase in stores and on Comixology on October 7, 2015.
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