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We just received word from Dave Sim that an ad was printed on the back of Glamourpuss #10 offering subscriptions to Cerebus Archive in error. Dave writes:

NOTE: No subscriptions are being offered for CEREBUS ARCHIVE, individual copies only. The notice in the back cover ad on GLAMOURPUSS #10 is an error. Sincere apologies, Dave Sim

Back issues of Cerebus Archive as well as new issues as they come out are always available here at ComiXpress.

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GPUSS01_cvrSStarting today, all back issues of Dave Sim’s Glamourpuss are now available at ComiXpress!

High fashion meets comic book photorealism with just a touch of obsession over the technical stuff, Glamourpuss is one of a kind. And now thanks to the beauty of Print On Demand and ComiXpress’ New Direct Market system, those back issues will never be out of stock again!

Visit the Aardvark-Vanaheim Publishers Page for a complete listing of available issues. Because those other comics you’ve been reading are so last season!

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Well, Cerebus TV that is!

At 10pm on Friday October 23rd, Dave Sim’s new project Cerebus TV launched. Approaching internet video with a focus on the indie and self-publishing comics industry, delivered in a short-news-clip CNN style, Episode 1 featured an introduction by Dave Sim as he outlined the state of the Indie Comic Nation and where we as a community stand with Distribution today.

We highly recommend that you visit Cerebus TV to see the video in its entirety, but for now, here’s a segment of Cerebus TV Episode 1 featuring a particular grey-haired comic book printer as he introduces the viewer to what ComiXpress is all about.


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And lo, in the hazy grey mists of a New Jersey Autumn evening, the legendary Earthpig tread wearily from the 70s into the halls of ComiXpress, and found a welcoming hearth.

It is with great pride that I make this post. As a lifetime fan and reader of indie comics, Dave Sim’s Cerebus always had a special place for me. The depth of the story, the wry wit and social commentary, the brilliant art of the book … this was the reason I read comics. As an aspiring cartoonist, I admired Dave’s championing of Creator’s Rights and his groundbreaking work in Self-Publishing. This guy’s day didn’t end when he put down his pencil after knocking out a page; he effortlessly changed hats from creator to businessman, showing a generation of cartoonists how it could be done if you had the brains and the guts, and in many ways made the independent comic book explosion of the 80s possible.


That inspiration is a big part of what drove me to create a company in 2004 that changed the way indie comics were made. And I couldn’t be more excited that Dave Sim has brought his work to ComiXpress.

Starting today, with the premier of Cerebus Archive #4, you will always be able to order every back issue of Cerebus Archive, Dave’s black & white walk down memory lane (completely devoid of rose-colored-glasses). No back issues ever go out of stock at ComiXpress, and Comic Shop Retailers are a welcome addition to this new Direct Market with a book from one of the most respected names in comics who has proven time and again how seriously he treats deadlines and release dates.

So please, join me in welcoming Dave Sim, Aardvark-Vanaheim, and of course Cerebus himself to ComiXpress. And lets all look forward to a brighter future for indie comics together.

Logan DeAngelis

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