Coyotes Goes Back For Second Printing & Signed Copies at Cover Price

Here we go again, Image’s new release Coyote’s is going back for a second printing. We all know this drill, it seems all their latest and greatest are hot commodity. But nevertheless, it’s going back for another printing. Plus Midtown listed signed copies by Sean Lewis & Caitlin Yarsky at cover price.

Everyone loves signed books, especially for cover price. Double signed makes it even better. Get them while they’re available as they likely won’t last long. You can find them listed under next weeks books for 11/22/2017.
This was one of Anthony’s picks in his weekly spec video for November 8th.

From the Press Release:

Image Comics is pleased to announce that the first issue of COYOTES, the new dark fantasy series from Sean Lewis (THE FEW, SAINTS) and Caitlin Yarsky, is being rushed back to print to keep up with customer demand.
Underworld meets Sicario in COYOTES, a mythological thriller that offers up a tale of disappearances, secrets, and bloodbaths. Women are going missing, and war is brewing in retaliation. Detective Frank Coffey arrives to try and make sense of the carnage—but what he finds is a little girl with a secret and a sword.
COYOTES #1 will remain available for purchase across all digital platforms, including the Image Comics website (imagecomics.com), the official Image Comics iOS app, Comixology’s website (comixology.com), iOS, Android, and Google Play.
COYOTES #1, 2nd printing (Diamond code: OCT178072) and COYOTES #2 (Diamond code: OCT170665) will be available on Wednesday, December 13th. The final order cutoff deadline for comics retailers is Monday, November 20th.

 

9 thoughts on “Coyotes Goes Back For Second Printing & Signed Copies at Cover Price”

      1. I was pretty disappointed in it. The writing is deliberately confusing with shifts in perspective and flashbacks within flashbacks. It also demands that readers really suspend disbelief. Like a Mexican teenage girl learns how to kill were-coyotes with a Japanese sword because she grew up watching samurai movies on TV.

        1. I read it tonight finally. I didn’t like the jumps and shifts either. Felt convoluted and yes, hard to follow. The only thing I found interesting was the last page.

    1. Yep. It’s only the first issue but a great concept, art, and writing. Replace Werewolf with Coyote, and Van Helsing with a bad-ass latino female and you get the basic idea.

  1. Got 1.
    I am of the opinion those signed midtown copies, that are a constant with them; are fantastic value. $3.99 + $3.99 for a signed comic without the hassle and payment of a con or paying those convention “handlers” (or whatever they’re called) is a great deal for a comic.

    1. Yes and even though it’s just a piece of paper that likely anyone could reproduce on their own, the COA they provide does seem to help resell value when one does end up selling.

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