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Crater On The Moon release party!

Posted by Georgia Ball in announcements

Local independent photo-comic creator Gus F. Martin and Cyclops Unlimited proudly announce the release of Volumes I & II of Crater on the Moon (story of a space marine) at a celebration to be held at Comics Dungeon, 250 NE 45th St. in Seattle, Nov. 23, 3pm to 7pm. Please RSVP to curtismusik@comcast.netto receive 20% discount on store items during the event.The event allows fans of the mythic mini-comic their first crack at these limited edition first-run compilations. And the occasion will provide many of the gifted cast their first opportunity to come together and perform. During the milestone celebration, the “Argonauts” will showcase their talents and COTM products will be available for purchase. Plus, new books, posters, patches and t-shirts will given away to some lucky door-prize ticket holders and game winners.Comics cognoscenti are calling Crater on the Moon a “balls-out fumetti re-telling of Jason and the Argonauts as a 1950s sci-fi movie” that “must be seen to be believed.” They describe the “lush attention to detail and obvious love and enthusiasm that wafts off every page.” This event marks a new level of accomplishment for this Best-of-the-Northwest independent photographic novel.Washington’s own Keith Curtis, starring as Cmdr. Jason Crater, leads the cast of gifted musicians and actors in this comic noir space opera and will serve as Master of Ceremonies for the Nov. 23 release party.The release party aftermath will continue into the evening at Kate’s Pub across the street immediately following. Contact Comics Dungeon through their website at http://www.comicsdungeon.com/

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