"I Kill Giants" is a sell out!

Thu, July 17th, 2008 at 3:57pm PDT

Comic Books
CBR News Team, Editor

Official Press Release

Ben 10 co-creator (and upcoming Amazing Spider-Man writer) Joe Kelly and industry newcomer JM Ken Niimura's I KILL GIANTS has officially sold out at the distribution level and while copies may be available at your local comic shop, a limited edition second printing is on its way to meet demand!

"Having my return to creator owned storytelling sell out so quickly is a fantastic feeling and is deeply appreciated," Kelly said. "I KILL GIANTS is a very eclectic story, and it's fantastic that it's found an audience! Ken and I are very thankful to each and every one of our readers."

I KILL GIANTS is the story of Barbara Thorson, a smart-mouthed, on the fringe, fifth grade girl with an extremely rich fantasy life in the D&D-type realm. Her fantasies are so rich that she's convinced that she has a very important mission to complete: She has to kill a giant. The story follows Barbara as her fantasies and reality collide, and both begin falling apart.

I KILL GIANTS #1 limited edition second printing, a 24-page black and white comic book from Man of Action Studios for $2.99, will be in stores this August.

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