Orpheus

For years Orpheus, the world’s greatest escape artist, has defied the odds, wowed audiences and challenged Death. Now, during his final performance Death has accepted that challenge. If Orpheus is to perform his greatest escape ever, he will have to question everything he knows, and pay a price even greater than he could have imagined.

WARNING: Mature Content. Contains nudity.


Written by Dale Mettam
Art by Sallamari Rantala

Retail $7.95 / 72 pages / In Stores December 2010

DIAMOND ORDER CODE: OCT101168
ISBN:  9780982711781

REVIEWS:

“Orpheus is a beautiful tale about fighting fate and death to return to the one you love. Unfortunately, such tales don’t always end happily and Orpheus learns the hard way that even in triumph tragedy can strike. A touching story with fantastic and haunting art.”Brett Schenker, GraphicPolicy.com

“Orpheus is an ethereal and haunting tale of love and loss with flowing dialog and moody artwork perfectly fitting the tone of the book.”Erik Hendrix, Zedura Magazine

“The best Orpheus tale since Nick Cave’s epic ballad The Lyre of Orpheus. Escape artists, a hint of murder, mystery and gorgeous artwork, what’s not to love.”Troy Mayes, ImpulseGamer.com

“Orpheus is a strong, gripping tale of love and death, backed up by dark, haunting artwork, and suburb mystery. This is how a mystery comic should be.”Kevin Cortez, HalfChannel.com

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WATCH THE BOOK TRAILER:
httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IRQ9-bbW0R0

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2 Comments

  1. Jonny the homicidal drumer

    December 19, 2010 at 12:22 pm

    looks amazing

    I couldn’t find it in the online store

    do you wait sometime before posting it there?

  2. Jessie

    December 28, 2010 at 8:57 am

    yup we’ll have copies for sale as soon as its back from printer.

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