'Komikwerks: Nuts and Bolts' is 'Giffen-tastic'

Wed, February 4th, 2004 at 12:00am PST

Comic Books
Jonah Weiland, Founder/Former Owner

Official Press Release

[Komikwerks: Nuts and Bolts]Boston, MA Komikwerks Presents: Nuts and Bolts is the latest comics anthology

collection from Komikwerks. It features creator-owned short stories from such comic

pros as Keith Giffen, who co-created and wrote 6 of the 13 stories in the book.

An all-star cast contributes to the book, including Art Thibert, reknown inker of such

books as Marvel's Ultimate Spider-Man; Cynthia Martin, veteran Marvel comics

penciller known for her work on Star Wars comics; Aaron Sowd, another well known

inker of DC's JLA and Detective Comics; Will Meugniot, comics veteran and X-Men the

Animated Series producer; Todd Demong, penciller of Dark Horse's Hell comic; Bruce

Zick, artist on Pixar's Oscar-nominated Finding Nemo film; and Caroline Hu & Simon

Rodgers of WB Animation.

"Our last two anthologies have been fantastic," says Shannon Denton, Komikwerks co-

founder and co-creator of the 6 stories written by Keith Giffen, "and this one continues

what Komikwerks Volume 1 and 2 started great creator owned comics by highly

talented animation and comics pros. And of course, I'm thrilled to be working with

Keith, he's a comic industry legend!"

Komikwerks Presents: Nuts and Bolts can be ordered now through the February issue

Diamond Previews (Order # FEB04 2489). It will ship in April. The book is 140 pages,

color cover with b&w interiors, digest-sized (approx 8"x5"), and will retail at $9.95 US,

$13.95 CAN.

For a sneak preview of Nuts and Bolts, visit Komikwerks online at http://www.komikwerks.com

Copies of Komikwerks Volume 1 and Komikwerks Volume 2 are also available through

Diamond Distributors.

About Komikwerks

Founded in 2000 by Patrick Coyle and Shannon Denton, and now co-owned by New

York base ibooks, Komikwerks is a comic publisher dedicated to publishing high-

quality, professional level, creator-owned comics through digital and other distribution

methods. Komikwerks.com launched in March of 2001, and has been name a Sci Fi

Channel "Cool Site". Contributors to the Komikwerks site include comic industry

veterans from major print publishers such as Marvel, DC, Image, and Dark Horse.

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