ICE CREAM MAN has fans clamoring for more: second issue rushed back to print

February 23, 2018

Image Comics is very pleased to announce that the second issue of ICE CREAM MAN, from W. Maxwell Prince (ONE WEEK IN THE LIBRARY) and Martín Morazzo (SNOWFALL), has been fast-tracked for a second printing in order to keep up with overwhelming customer demand.

Image Comics is very pleased to announce that the second issue of ICE CREAM MAN, from W. Maxwell Prince (ONE WEEK IN THE LIBRARY) and Martín Morazzo (SNOWFALL), has been fast-tracked for a second printing in order to keep up with overwhelming customer demand.


Each issue of ICE CREAM MAN serves up its own flavor of misery, and through them all runs the ribbon of fudge that is the Ice Cream Man: a friend, a foe, and a purveyor of sweet treats.

ICE CREAM MAN #2 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.

ICE CREAM MAN #2, 2nd printing (Diamond code: JAN188318), as well as ICE CREAM MAN #3, Cover A by series artists Morazzo and O’Halloran (Diamond code: JAN180752) and Cover B by Mike Shea (Diamond code: JAN180753), will be available Wednesday, March 21st. The final order cutoff deadline for comics retailers is Monday, February 26th.

Select praise for ICE CREAM MAN:

“You’ll want a scoop of this comic because we’re in for a treat.” —Geek.com

“My kind of weird.” —Comic Bastards

“There is a postmodern structure, but beneath there are classic Tales from the Crypt airs. ICE CREAM MAN is an ever-smiling, ghoulishly jolly thing.” —Doom Rocket

“Truly disturbing horror hiding under a sweet, sugary coating, ICE CREAM MAN is a visceral creep-fest.” —Multiversity Comics

“This is a book that will stick with you for some time. At the bare minimum, it will have you thinking twice about buying ice cream from a stranger on the street.” —Horror Talk

“Taps into the center of the Venn Diagram of our collective nightmares. It’s also a seriously fun mash-up.” —Newsarama

“This series is an achievement in design and imagination, and it is incredibly good.” —The Oregonian

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