“Shutter #1” Gone In A Flash, Second Printing Already Coming

Bust out your best photography puns, everybody because “Shutter #1” has, within 24 hours of initial sales, completely sold out on the distributor level.  Set in a quasi-futuristic New York City and beyond, Joe Keatinge and Leila Del Duca’s new adventure tale centers on Kate Kristopher, daughter of the world’s foremost explorer.  Called back to her old life due to circumstances out of her control, Kate must face her past and find the courage to move on, all at the same time.  For a full review of the “Shutter #1”, check out the one I wrote earlier this week. Look for the second printing to hit shelves on May 14, 2014.  The second issue will follow on the same day with a variant cover by Piotr Kowalski.

(w) Joe Keatinge (a) Leila Del Duca $3.50 Image Comics
(w) Joe Keatinge
(a) Leila Del Duca
$3.50
Image Comics

[FROM THE OFFICIAL PRESS RELEASE] 
SHUTTER SELLS OUT IN A SNAP
The first issue of the new fantasy adventure series
gets camera-ready for second printing
The first issue of the new Image Comics urban fantasy series SHUTTER, written by Joe Keatinge (GLORY, TECH JACKET) and drawn by Leila del Duca has already garnered critical acclaim and sold out at the distributor level.

In SHUTTER #1, Kate Kristopher, once the most famous explorer of an Earth far more fantastic than the one we know, is forced to return to the adventurous life she left behind when a family secret threatens to destroy everything she spent her life protecting.

Praise for SHUTTER:

“Shooting for realism and dimension, Keatinge hints at Kate’s flaws early on, and she’s immediately more relatable for it. The lightning bolt that sparks life into this book is del Duca’s art, though. Her pencils are dynamic and sensitive, from the empathetic contours of Kate’s face to her city’s sprawling horizon, which look just as fantastic as the monsters within it.”
—Robert Tutton, PASTE Magazine

“Shutter promises a mixture of urban fantasy with globe-trekking adventure.”
—Chris Arrant, Newsarama

“The artwork builds the kind of immersion into the world of the story that is genuinely hard to find in comics, but del Duca manages it with a deft touch. Without feeling overbearing to the reader, del Duca’s artwork and Keatinge’s writing puts everything the reader needs to know about this strange world right there on the page… This is a first issue that promises much more to come, and it will be one hell of a trip to get there.”
—David Henderson, Multiversity Comics

“I would hang almost every page on my wall.”
—Ani Gozalez, Word of the Nerd

“Shutter #1 not only exceeded my expectations, it quickly became one of the two biggest stand-out books of the first quarter of 2014. When I say that the hype is real, believe me. The hype is real.”
—Mike Sains, Capeless Crusader

“An interesting concept with a damn fine cup of art.”
—Jon Suarez, Rhymes with Geek

“Leila del Duca suits Keatinge’s magical tale perfectly. The way that she captures the charming nature straight from the start shows great storytelling and understanding of scripts. It also adds to the overall tone of the issue and alongside the smooth layouts we get a vibrant and powerful flow to this story.” —John McCubbin, Unleash the Fanboy

SHUTTER #1 has completely sold out at the distributor level, but may still be available in comic stores. It is currently available digitally on the Image Comics website (imagecomics.com) and the official Image Comics iOS app, as well as on Comixology on the web (comixology.com), iOS, Android, and Google Play.

Image Comics is pleased to announce that this third issue will be going back to print to meet customer demand. The second printing of SHUTTER #1 will release on 5/14.

SHUTTER #2 releases 5/14 as well. A variant cover featuring art by Piotr Kowalski will be available.

Mike Sains

Mike Sains is a Writer, Interviewer, and the Editor of the Reviews Department for Capeless Crusader as well as other outlets online. He is also a podcaster and an avid collector of vinyl records and collectibles.

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