Rat Queens #1 Signed by Kurtis J Wiebe and Roc Upchurch available again

Update: Third Eye Comics contacted me and have some extra copies they had signed at the store. They are letting me offer them up to you guys first. Once again, let me know if anyone is interested in getting a copy of Rat Queens 1 signed by Kurtis Wiebe and Roc Upchurch.
Email me at apopcomics@gmail.com.

update: All books and lithos are sold out. Thank you guys for buying the signed books. I will be doing it again with “Pretty Deadly” with Kelly Sue Deconnick in a few weeks. Keep an eye out for details.

update: I have four copies left and the litho has sold.

I had sold a few of these on pre-order and had a couple of people who said they were interested but didn’t end up getting them. I have 8 copies of Rat Queen #1 signed by Kurtis Wiebe and Roc Upchurch still available. Hit me up at apopcomics@gmail.com if you are interested. I also have a signed lithograph print available. There were only 30 of these made, and were produced just for the signing. The 30 prints were broken down between each of the four characters so there are less than 8 of each character made.




8 thoughts on “Rat Queens #1 Signed by Kurtis J Wiebe and Roc Upchurch available again”

  1. I just wanted to write a quick reply letting you know I’m really enjoying your site. I’m married and a father of twins and I really don’t have time to commit to novels and books, but I’ve really been getting into comics lately. So must old material to catch up on I’m barely making a dent on new stuff. I’m currently pulling Walking Dead and Saga, plus a few of the more random books you suggest.

    Just wondering if you would ever consider writing a post about some shorter runs from the past that might be worth picking up either as an investment or just to read and enjoy. I’d prefer things that haven’t exploded in price, so I’m thinking 80s or 90s, but you’re the expert.

      1. I’m not sure if I’d say I like Walking Dead because it’s “horror”. The human element of the series is what I’m enjoying. It’s dark for sure, but honestly the whole zombie thing is underplayed. It’s basically just the setting for the human drama.

        I’m basically looking for a good story. I thought I didn’t really enjoy classic superhero, but I actually liked Identity Crisis and Killing Joke so I guess I’m really open to anything.

        I’m 31 and I honestly picked up my first comic book 3-4 months ago. I picked up complete runs of Sandman and Preacher based on suggestions, but at this point I’m really looking for some shorter (maybe cheaper) runs that are good reads.

        I also like the idea that the things I’m picking up could go up in value. I know that’s much more likely with newer stuff, but maybe there are some things from the 90s that could still go up in value. Call it really postponed speculation. I was thinking about Hellblazer.

        I guess, if I had to give you any direction I’d say darker books.

        1. This isn’t really older, but Have you tried Bedlam? It is really good and dark. I read mostly horror so it is hard to say. Books i have enjoyed have been Colder, which is kind of horror, but very dark, Ex sanguine, again, on the horror and dark side. Revival is really good and kind of dark. I have been collecting for 30 years, but mostly read superhero stuff until about 10 years ago.

      2. If you like Saga and the writer Brian K. Vaughan from it, you might also like his other stuff, particularly “Y: The Last Man”. I really enjoyed Ex Machina as well, which I think deserves more credit. Ex Machina is good if you’re sort of into politics and of course, ex-Superheroes.

      3. I did read Bedlam #1. I was actually going to ask how it progressed. Obviously it was a little confusing. I actually just was outbid on a collection of back issues yesterday.

        Also, thanks for the suggestions of Y: Last Man and Ex Machina. I bid on a full run of Ex Machina awhile ago and was outbid. I’m trying not to overpay, but it’s sometimes hard to get a solid price on full runs. Y: Last Man actually sounds great, but as of yet it’s probably more them I’m looking to spend. I might have to pick it up on TPB.

        Thank you again,

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