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“The Superannuated Man” Comes to Image with Bonuses

Posted on March 19, 2015 at 11:00 am by Tyler Waterman

SHADOWLINE COMICS’ THE SUPERANNUATED MAN COMING THIS APRIL
The hit dystopian series will be collected into trade paperback

“This is an ambitious book, filled with passionate black-and-white world building art and story from Ted McKeever.” —Capeless Crusader

Fan-favorite cartoonist Ted McKeever (MINIATURE JESUS) introduces a brooding, darkly humorous, and dystopian story about the last man to inhabit Earth in a collected miniseries from Shadowline/Image Comics in THE SUPERANNUATED MAN.

“McKeever is a visionary creator who respects the intelligence of his audience by refusing to spoon-feed them,” said Jim Valentino, Vice-President of Image Comics and President/Publisher Shadowline, Inc.

Humanity has been overthrown. Mutated animals run amuck in a post-apocalyptic world. Think you’ve seen this type of thing before? Well, not the way THE SUPERANNUATED MAN tells it. Follow the last remaining human, HE, as he encounters every manner of bizarreness the devastated town of Blackwater has to offer.

THE SUPERANNUATED MAN (ISBN: 978-1-63215-334-0) features bonus content and hits shelves on April 15 and will be available for $17.99. It can be ordered by retailers from Diamond Book Distributors with Diamond Code FEB150544.

Praise for THE SUPERANNUATED MAN:

“This is an ambitious book, filled with passionate black-and-white world building art and story from Ted McKeever. I fully acknowledge that this comic will not be for everyone, but if you’re a fan of literary oddities, The Superannuated Man is going to make you pause to consider whether this is your new favorite comic.”
—Capeless Crusader

“As great as McKeever’s writing here is, it’s his art that really sells the book. Black-and-white, craggy, and unsettling, it doesn’t look like anything else in comics these days. Even the lettering is distinct and fitting to the world McKeever sets up here.” —IGN

“The Superannuated Man is Ted McKeever’s strange, weird, and compelling comic that’s well worth reading. ”
—Rhymes with Geek

“This is something I would recommend to anyone looking for something different. ” —Unleash the Fanboy

Source: Image Comics press release

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