The third issue of Copra just showed up on my doorstep and is ready to go without a minute to spare! You can buy it here!

Continuing where the adventure left off, we meet some new characters who finally complete the Copra line-up to be reckoned with, as well as the next step in their on-the-run scramble. Bullets! Parades! Dimensional portals! Demolished bodegas! Colors! Ink lines! What more could you possibly want out of a comic?

Some of you have asked about a collected edition or about digital distribution. Those are distant concerns, faint possibilities that may or may not happen. I’m concentrating on putting these issues out on time, having them retain the quality I’ve set for them, and making each hard copy as special as possible. That much I am certain of.

I hinted at this last month, but Copra will very soon be carried by a few shops overseas. I’ll let you know the sordid details as soon as I get them. For now, these wonderful comic book stores are happy to carry Copra: Bergen St. Comics (Brooklyn), Floating World (Portland), Zanadu Comics¬†(Seattle), and Mission: Comics & Art (SF).

Oh, yeah… and I also have the second printing of the first issue available! Grab it if you didn’t the first time around.

Don’t forget, pick up Copra #3 and I’ll see you next month, unless I end up posting about the art of the fight scene (or something that’ll give me an excuse to scan old comics) first.



6 replies on “COPRA #3”

I just received my copy of #3 today – man, it looks terrific! I can’t wait to read it. I am so jazzed that I took a chance on your books, as they are the highlight of my comics purchases these days! You do some wonderful work!

WOW!!! Is the word to start right outta the box! Let me first say that upon reading all three issues, Michel’s set-up is great. Now that I have issue #1, #2 makes all the more sense. The full package is what you get here, and if all hero-style comics were this good, I would need three jobs!! This is what it was like circa 1987-1988, I could not wait monthly to get my hands on; the Question, Animal Man, Doom Patrol, Shade the changing man and oh yeah, the Suicide Squad!! Hat’s off to Michel and I hope to see at 2013 Heroes con in Charlotte, NC again my friend. Now, time to re-read Copra 1-3, until Issue #4(30 days!!) …I Can’t wait .

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