Published on March 6th, 2013 | by Richard Boom
Starwarp Concepts For May 2013 Solicitations
StarWarp Concepts is proud to present an advance preview of The Saga of Pandora Zwieback Annual #1, in which the teenaged Goth and monster-hunting star of the critically acclaimed young adult book series The Saga of Pandora Zwieback has her first comic book adventure!
Written by STEVEN A. ROMAN and SHOLLY FISCH
Art by ELISEU GOUVEIA, ERNIE COLON, and ELIZABETH WATASIN
Cover art by HENAR TORINOS
“Song of the Siren” is written by Saga of Pandora Zwieback novelist Steven A. Roman (bestselling author of X-Men: The Chaos Engine Trilogy), with full-color art by Eliseu Gouveia (Lorelei: Sects and the City). Following the terrifying events of Blood Feud and Blood Reign—the first two novels in the series—Pan tries to get her chaotic life back in order. But that becomes hard to do when one of her boyfriend Javier’s ex-girlfriends butts in on Pan’s first official date with him and tries to ruin their budding relationship. Stupid mythological siren…
This 56-page special also includes “After Hours,” a short tale by writer Sholly Fisch (Action Comics) and comics-art legend Ernie Colón (Amethyst, Princess of Gemworld), and “Shopping Maul,” a Pan short story by Roman about (blood) red-tag sales and Elegant Gothic Lolita vampires, with title page art by indie comics creator Elizabeth Watasin (Charm School).
Both print and digital versions go on sale May 22, 2013. The print edition will be available at finer comic shops; the digital edition will be available for download from StarWarpConcepts.com and DriveThruComicscom.
$7.99 U.S. (print comic) • $3.99 U.S. (digital edition) • 56 pages
Ages: Teen +
ISBN: 978-0-9884429-0-0 (print comic)
ISBN: 978-0-9884429-1-7 (digital)
Spotlight listing on page 343 of the March 2013 Diamond Previews
Diamond Comic Distributors Item Code: MAR131285
Diamond Comic Distributors Stock #: STK527896
RAVE REVIEWS FOR PANDORA ZWIEBACK:
“Pan is exactly the kind of teen heroine that readers should be standing up and cheering for. She is snarky and smart and a real girl in a real world that just so happens to include demons and vampires and faerie folk.”—Melissa Voelker, HorrorNews.net
“Pan is a smart and brave heroine who manages to stay positive and upbeat, despite the obstacles she must overcome.”—Jeani Rector, The Horror Zine
For more information on StarWarp Concepts and its projects, please visit StarwarpConcepts.com. To keep up with the latest Pandora Zwieback news, visit PandoraZwieback.com.