Morrison's "Seven Soldiers" #0 Sells Out at DC, Back To Press

Mon, April 4th, 2005 at 12:00am PDT

Comic Books
Jonah Weiland, Executive Producer/Publisher

Official Press Release

SEVEN SOLDIERS #0, the powerful 48-page special written by Grant Morrison and illustrated by J.H. Williams III that leads into seven new miniseries, has sold out at DC Comics. Now, DC sends this landmark issue back to press for a second printing, which is scheduled to arrive in stores on April 20.

SEVEN SOLDIERS #0 Second Printing (FEB058324) will feature a variant version of the original cover by Williams. This updated cover will feature the faces of the new Seven Soldiers team.

"Thanks to all the readers who took a chance on SEVEN SOLDIERS and helped the book become a hit," says Morrison. "No one was really sure how a story about super-hero losers and also-rans would be received, so the success of the project has been very gratifying. Much appreciated, and we hope readers will stick with us through the twists, turns and shocks that lie ahead!"

"This issue serves as the starting point for the entire SEVEN SOLDIERS event, so we're happy to offer a new printing," says Bob Wayne, DC's VP - Sales. "As always, we urge retailers to order it now, while they still can."

SEVEN SOLDIERS #0 Second Printing (FEB058324) is available for order now and is scheduled to arrive in stores on April 20 with a cover price of $2.95 U.S. To ensure delivery on that date retailers must place orders by Sunday, April 10; please note that quantities will be limited and may sell out before April 10. DC recommends that retailers place orders as soon as possible to avoid missing out.

Retailers may order the issue by contacting their Diamond Customer Service Representative or DC Sales Representative, or by email at reorders@diamondcomics.com.

[Editor's Note: For more with Morrison, don't miss our coverage of his Hollywood appearance last Thursday.]

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