The inaugural issue of Plot Holes, by Sean Gordon Murphy, Plot Holes #1 goes back for a second printing. The Second Print features an all new cover by Kim Jacinto.
Due to the overwhelming response to the release of its debut original series, Sean Gordon Murphy’s The Plot Holes, Massive Publishing has announced it will take the book to a limited second printing. The decision comes as reorder and sales reports for the first printing, which featured cover art from an all-star list of creators (including Walt Simonson, Dan Panosian, Jon Sommariva, and Matteo Scalera), indicate Diamond Comic Distributors’ stock will be fully sold out over the weekend. Plot Holes #1 is the first creator-owned book from writer/artist Sean Gordon Murphy (creator of Batman: White Knight) since his Image Comics series Tokyo Ghost with Rick Remender. With reorder demand for the book still high, the Massive Publishing team is sending the book immediately to a second printing.
The second print features brand new cover artwork by Kim Jacinto, a star on the rise at Marvel and DC, as well as a regular contributor to Massive Publishing. Kim brings his signature style to the Plot Holes characters with this Limited to 5000 copy release and 1:10 incentive ratio “Black & White” variant. The preorder on Previewsworld (JUL238654) is open now with a final order cutoff date of Monday, September 4th, giving retailers the chance to pair their orders with the Plot Holes #2 FOC closing the same day. Both the second print of Issue one and the anticipated second issue will release in stores on September 27th.
‘’With the high quantity of reorders on the #1 and the limited stock available, It was important for us to offer shops and readers a second chance to grab the book at their LCS along with the release of the second issue, giving everyone a chance to enjoy this exciting new series. Nothing is more important for us than getting books into the hands of readers and to support the demand that LCS are getting from fans.’’ – Kevin Roditeli, Massive Publishing President.