Issue 11 of the digital anthology 100% Biodegradable is out now on Drivethru (Comicsy and ComiXology release to follow soon), sporting a rather lovely cover from Andrew Hartmann and Charlie Hogg, to complement the “Moby Douche” strip written by the undisputed King Of Carnage, Jimmy Furlong.
There’s also a brand new “Surf Wolf” strip from 2000AD‘s Kek-W and Vreckless Vrestler‘s Lukasz Kowalczuk, which features a surfboarding werewolf going head to head with an unhip Pat Boone loving Frankenteen, the fifth part of “Death Dury” by John Freeman, David Hailwood and Brett Burbridge, and a whole lot more.
In fact, there’s so damned many strips that editors David Hailwood and John Kirkham had to increase the page count to fit everything in – so you get 36 pages of comic goodness, and still just $0.99 an issue. Get yourself something raw and wrigglin’ this Christmas at: www.drivethrucomics.com/product/168989/100-Biodegradable-11
For those who prefer print to digital, don’t forget the 100% Biodegradable Collection (containing the best strips from issues 1-6) has just been released in Standard format, at the ridiculously low price of £5/$7.50. It’ll be going up in price in the New Year, so now’s as good a time as any to treat yourself to a bargain.
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