The Columbus-based writer/artist collective known as Panel (that’s us!) proudly presents the 17th volume of their well-reviewed anthology:
Like a ray gun to the face, like a shotgun blast from the past, like the deadly kiss of the Spider Queen — this is Panel: Pulp. The 17th installment of the long-running indie comics anthology takes on the fast fiction of the past and force-marches it into the 21st century. Whether you’re on the interurban train after a three-martini lunch, on break from making dive-bombers to blast the Ratzis, or huddled under the blankets with a flashlight, this mag’s for you.
PANEL: Pulp Stories features 60 pages of two-fisted action and adventure under 5 different covers. The book will debut this weekend at the 12th annual S.P.A.C.E., and all this week I’ll be giving you sneak peeks at the content.
We’ll start today with 2 of the covers. The Barbarian action is by PANELista Brent Bowman:
…while the noir mystery comes to you courtesy of PANELista Andy Bennett:
Detecting a pattern there? Wait until you see the other calamitous covers by the likes of Craig Bogart, Tom Williams, and Tim McClurg. And drop on by tomorrow for a look at a story or two from the interior of the book.
If you’ve missed any of the previous 16 issues of PANEL, each with its own unique theme, be sure to check them out on the Ferret Press site.