Andy Kubert has composed a second printing cover for INKBLOT #1 for Image Comics.
The press release follows:
Media Release — Image Comics has rushed Inkblot #1 by Rusty Gladd and Emma Kubert (DC Super Hero Girls, Teen Titans Go!) back to print in order to keep up with the overwhelming customer demand for the enchanting fantasy adventure series. The second printing cover will feature art by Andy Kubert and be available this month.
“It’s been truly exciting to watch Emma and Rusty develop as creators as they have put together Inkblot for Image,” said Eric Stephenson, Publisher and Chief Creative Officer at Image Comics. “Meeting both of them for the first time was one of the highlights of last year’s Washington State Summer Con for me, and I’m glad readers everywhere are finally able to see this amazing work for themselves after over a year in the making!”
This new ongoing series follows a powerful sorceress attempting to correct her greatest mistake—the creation of a magical cat that can travel through time, space, and reality. The cat threatens to unravel the fabric of the universe, doesn’t care, and just won’t listen!
Inkblot #1, second printing (Diamond Code JUL209306) will be available at comic book shops on Wednesday, September 30.
Inkblot #1 is also available for purchase across many digital platforms, including Amazon Kindle, Apple Books, comiXology, and Google Play.
Select praise for Inkblot:
“Steeped in the sort of colorful, complex worldbuilding familiar to avid fans of the Harry Potter and The Lord of the Rings franchises, an ambitious new fantasy series.” —SYFYWIRE
“Embraces the fantastical with a lighthearted touch.” —ComicBook.com
“Packed with gorgeous artwork… Pure, unadulterated, fun. This is a comic you will fall instantly in love with.” —Monkeys Fighting Robots
“Sure to catch readers by surprise with it’s depth, wit and adorable little cat that sends this story into a whimsical frenzy. But it’s the artwork that will have you coming back for more!” —Comic Watch
“Stunning visual design.” —Black Nerd Problems
“As fun as it is weird.” —Sequential Planet
“Has all the trappings of the next great fantasy series.” —AiPT! Comics