GetMyComics is now offering a hardcover edition of their 2022 Shift Yearbook, featuring a simply stunning cover by Clint Langley.
Also available in newsagents and from GetMyComics as a softcover edition (as the “Shift Comic Anthology Yearbook 2022“) the hardcover remix – “the Director’s Cut” – positively brims with sequential excellence. It’s only currently available from GetMyComics direct – check out the Shift Yearbook 2022 – Remixed Hardback Edition on their web shop here.
Copies will ship in early May and are available with or without slipcase. The slipcase edition contains two art prints and an A6 sketch card of a Yearbook character by Clint Langley.
This “Director’s Cut” Shift Yearbook 2022 features…
• Simon Furman‘s five-part “To The Death” story, “Rex and Rule” – grouped together, comprising “Another Time and Place” by Hal Laren; “Bring the Rayne” – Simon Furman and Barry Kitson back together after 30-plus years; “The Key“, with art by Andrew Sawyers; “Secret History“, with art by Lyndon Webb and Lee Milner; and “The End of the Beginning” with Geoff Senior, Steve White and Richard Starkings
The Yearbook also features the sensational fully painted “Black Train” by Dave Clarke and Ian Stopforth, a mind-bending tale told in beautiful, fully painted art interpreting the story from the epic song of the same name by the prog rock band The Mighty Bard; the film noir-esque “I Stole This Thing” by Scott Morse; “The Star-Drake of Dumnonia” by Alan Langford (2000AD, The Secret of the Aesir); “The Hypersonic Subatomic Super Sci-fi Symphony” by Chris Geary (Kora, Aces Weekly); the brilliant “A Wakefield Winters Tale“, featuring Victorian war robot Chuffin Billy, Hero of the Martian War, written by Noel K Hannan and illustrated by John Welding; and, last but not least, “Technofreak“, as written by Mike Carey, created by John Charles (2000AD) and brought to life by artist Tom Newell.
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