Thursday, May 16, 2013


Guys, oh my god Guysssssss. GUYS!

The Strange Tale of Panorama Island by Suehiro Maruo is now on sale and available direct from the publisher, Last Gasp!!!


The book is hefty and sexy, and over-sized at 6" x 8.5" with gold-foil on the cover! 272 pages and hardcover, I'm SO EXCITED to share this book with the Same Hat crew. It was a long time in the making, but I am confident you will dig it.

Major thanks and adoration to Same Hat co-founder Evan Hayden for his masterful lettering and book design, and Colin at Last Gasp for believing in the project.

They are shipping direct orders now, and I understand book will be making their way to shops in the next 2 weeks in the United States, and then percolating out after that! If you'd like your local comics stop to carry the book, please have them contact Last Gasp directly via their site.

HERE ARE SOME PREVIEW PICS! (via our friend Deb Aoki's Twitter feed!)



me. said...

This looks really neat, a copy duly ordered!.

Pedro Camargo said...

HOORAY!!! The book looks gorgeous! So glad you ship to Brazil! Just ordered a copy!

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Anonymous said...

Yeah! (Shipping cost $35 to Germany, holy shit, need to save up for this gem I guess..)

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Anonymous said...

just received my copy, its awesome. The hardback feels so light in my hands, the art is amazing. Easily one of the most beautiful books out there.I put it right back in the bubble wrap, thats how good it is. Its totally worth the 1228INR i spent on it. Great work guys. \m/

Alex said...

Congratulations. I've been anticipating this release for years now. Glad to see it really exists. Will be ordering a copy next month.

Kaout Choux said...

Take a look at this insane video made by a french artist, certainly influenced by Maruo : so rad !
Obviously he was published, a few years ago, by "Le dernier cri".

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