The return issue to the hit series fast-tracked to a second printing
The bestselling, cult-hit NOWHERE MEN by writer and Publisher at Image Comics, Eric Stephenson, new series artist Dave Taylor, Eisner-award winning colorist Jordie Bellaire, and Fonografiks jump-started the highly anticipated second story arc to early critical-acclaim and fan enthusiasm. NOWHERE MEN #7 is being fast-tracked to a second printing in order to keep up with customer demand.
“I knew, going in, that this would be a unique working experience,” said Taylor. “But even my high hopes have been outdone. Working on Nowhere Men just keeps getting better and better! Hey, and where's all the hate mail??!!”
NOWHERE MEN #7 begins up where NOWHERE MEN, VOL. 1’s cliffhanger ending left off and opens with PLUTONA artist Emi Lenox’s rendering of a sequence plucked from the sketch diary of Emerson Strange’s daughter.
Multiversity Comics describes Lenox’s prologue “wonderful” and “delivered as a sort of online comic diary, she balances Stephenson’s story with some great images and excellent expressions.”
NOWHERE MEN #7 remains 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.
NOWHERE MEN #7, 2nd printing arrives in stores on Wednesday, February 24th and can be pre-ordered with Diamond Code DEC158647.
NOWHERE MEN #8 hits stands on Wednesday, February 24th and can be ordered with Diamond Code DEC150601.
More praise for NOWHERE MEN #7:
“A welcome return and feels as strong as the issues before it.” —All-Comic
“More compelling than ever.” —Graphic Policy
“Stephenson hasn’t lost his touch either; he still retains the solid characterization that was with the characters before. Seeing these characters on the page again and their interactions reminded me of why I enjoyed the comic. The mix of science-fiction with corporate politics, celebrity status vs. regular people remains ever present and influential in Nowhere Men’s presentation. Those are many of the things that made Nowhere Men so intriguing to begin with so to see their return is welcomed. Really, it’s just great to have Nowhere Men back.” —Bounding into Comics