This December, Slave Labor Graphics will be publishing Gerry Alanguilan’s latest graphic novel, Where Bold Stars Go to Die.
2011, Slave Labor Graphics Written and Illustrated by J. Marc Schmidt Comic artists, animators and cartoonists have anthropomorphised everything from dinosaurs to wabbits, but outside of Humpty Dumpty I’d be hard pressed to name another tale committed to sentient eggs. A dark comedy on the fragility of life, Marc Schmidt’s Egg Story chronicles the beginnings, […]
Once you have survived drugged toads, vampire attacks, and the attempted realignment of reality. What else in life can possibly phase you. Karl Christian Krumpholz tackles that question as his erstwhile hero Byron returns for another set of adventures in an all new comic book series Byron: Die Byron Die, from SLG Publishing.
2011, SLG Publishing Written & illustrated by Mike White Amity Blamity follows mute four year-old Gretchen and Chester, a potbellied pig whose ability to talk seems to have earned him a place in Gretchen’s grandmother’s home, rather than hanging from and abattoir hook. Their serene, Pooh-esque playtime is frequently disrupted by Winston, a paranoid gerbil […]
New SLG Graphic Novel Loserville Explores Meaning of Life and Explosions Press Release: Jenna’s life is stagnating. Her husband is a slacker, her job isn’t worth the stress, and hypochondria is her only diversion. That is, until she starts getting symptoms of what doctors are calling “the worst disease in the world,” and it’s not […]
New Graphic Novel from SLG in May Press Release: It’s graduation week, and Emma is having to move forward whether she wants to or not. There are crushes to confess, sexuality to sort out, and a few (or maybe more than a few) last drinks to down with her best friend Joey. In her debut […]