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Slave Labor April Solicitations
By Brian Jacks

01.14.03


SLG PUBLISHING
Slave Labor/Amaze Ink
April 2003 Solicitations


AMAZE INK:

The Wretch Vol. 1: Everyday Doomsday TP
Phil Hester
$13.95
120 Pages
Shipping From: Quebecor
Somewhere in America lies a small town haunted by every manner of bizarre horror. The only thing weirder than the dangers threatening Glass City is the silent hero who protects it. The Wretch Vol. 1 presents every story from Phil (Green Arrow, The Coffin) Hesterıs original Amaze Ink series with previously unpublished material. NOTE: this is the first in a three-volume series collecting all material from the Eisner nominated series.
ISBN 0-943151-68-6

Patty Cake Vol. 3 TP: Love is All Around
Scott Roberts
$13.95
112 Pages
Shipping From: Quebecor
This new trade collection gathers the remaining three issues of the original Permanent Press run of this long running series. (Issues 7 through 9). Originally published in 1996, and long out of print, they are presented here with sixteen pages of rare and previously unseen material. And you thought the FELLOWSHIP OF THE RING DVD was special. Well, okay, it is, but this is really something too.
ISBN 0-943151-69-4

Patty Cake Vol.2 TP: ...and Everything Nice (O/A)
Scott Roberts
$13.95
112 Pages
Shipping From: Quebecor
This second paperback collection gathers issues four through six of the Permanent Press series from '95 and '96, plus rare and never before seen pages, including the introduction of sister Sandy. 112 pages of Eisner-nominated fun for all ages.
ISBN 0-943151-49-X


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Hsu and Chan #2
Norm Scott
$2.95
24 Pages
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Having proven their commercial longevity by making it to a second issue, Hsu and Chan take this one easy -- or DO they? No! See the boys battle supernatural forces unleashed during spring cleaning! Witness their attempts at empire-expansion as they try to purchase a parking lot! And probably more, if there's room! The popular characters from the pages of Electronic Gaming Monthly continue their book-length adventures.

Likewise #2
Ariel Schrag
$4.95
40 Pages
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12th grade continues as Ariel gets accustomed to her new divorced family life. She starts out at momıs house where she sneaks onto the computer to read momıs insane chronicle of every single interaction between Ariel and her dad, and then takes the bus over to dadıs house where he locks the door to his study, thinking that Ariel is working as a spy for mom. FOR MATURE READERS.

Likewise #1 (O/A)
Ariel Schrag
$4.95
40 Pages
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Ariel Schragıs return to comics since her acclaimed works Definition and Potential begins with this 40-page, magazine-sized first issue. Likewise chronicles her senior year of high school with an attention to detail and the nuances of teenage life that is as universal as her own experiences are unique. FOR MATURE READERS.

Potential TP (O/A)
Ariel Schrag
$24.95
232 Pages
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This giant collection of Ariel Schragıs acclaimed series puts the entire story of this extraordinary young womanıs Junior year in HIgh School into its proper format and perspective. All of the personal trials and growth, the struggles and the discoveries are all here. If you think you know whatıs going on in your local high school, read Potential and prepared to be shocked. FOR MATURE READERS.
ISBN 0-943151-04-X

Definition GN (O/A)
Ariel Schrag
$12.95
88 Pages
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10th grade: anxiety in excess and frustration to the fullest. Definition is the tale of one girlıs plow through this tumultuous year. Ariel Schrag has been critically acclaimed for her work in Definition. Jennifer Joseph of The Bay Guardian said, ³Schragıs perceptiveness and incredible eye for detail make Definition brilliant. Rarely have I seen such substantial work come from a person of her age.² FOR MATURE READERS.
ISBN 0-943151-14-7

Peepshow v.2 #40
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16 Pages
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Squee! T-Shirt: S-XL
Jhonen Vasquez
$15.95
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This popular shirt features Squee on the front, and the Squee logo on the back of a black t-shirt.

Squee! T-Shirt: XXL
Jhonen Vasquez
$17.95
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Squee! #3 (New Printing)
Jhonen Vasquez
$2.95
24 Pages
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Squee! #2 (New Printing)
Jhonen Vasquez
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24 Pages
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Filler Bunny #2 (New Printing)
Jhonen Vasquez
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16 Pages
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