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Submitted by Scott Story on April 20, 2007 - 12:53
Johnny Saturn no. 5, the conclusion to the first story arc, is available today at Drivethrucomics:
Submitted by Scott Story on February 7, 2007 - 21:51
Submitted by Scott Story on December 14, 2006 - 22:37
If you advertise anything, like books or comics or music, Johnny Saturn is being listed as one of the five featured comics on Drunk Duck this week, and there are Project Wonderful adds to be filled. This is an inexpensive way to get a small banner in front of high traffic, and is an opportunity not to be missed! To sign up for Project Wonderful, go here:
To see Johnny Saturn on Drunkduck, go here:
Submitted by Scott Story on October 3, 2006 - 10:59
Story Studios is proud to announce that it has penned a deal with Drive Through Comics, the iTunes of comics, a new online distributor that specializes in selling e-books.
Johnny Saturn will be available in watermarked PDF, thus making it easy to zoom in on the action.
Each of the first three issues of Johnny Saturn appear exactly as they do in print, and each issue sells for $1.99, as opposed to the regular cover price of $3.50 each.
Submitted by Scott Story on September 27, 2006 - 15:18
Johnny Saturn is the tale of a hard-bitten mystery man who must overcome incredible odds to foil the plot of diabolical terrorist, Dr. Horatio Synn. The story avoids traditional formulas and stereotypes, instead veering through odd narrative terrain. Even death itself doesnÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t stop Johnny Saturn, and the story careens through heaven, hell, urban blight, and deep into the earth. With a varied cast of characters that includes meta-heroes, angels, demons, cyborgs, mole people, and mythological beings, Johnny Saturn is the best post-modern deconstructionist paranormal superhero crime noir with a mythological flair comic there is.
Submitted by Scott Story on September 14, 2006 - 13:52
Beginning Monday, September 18, 2006, popular webcomic Johnny Saturn will be returning to its original webcomic collective, Graphic Smash.Ã‚ Tim Demeter, editor of Graphic Smash and Clickwheel, was instrumental to this homecoming.Ã‚ Johnny Saturn and its archives will be entirely free and unencumbered by the subscription format, and it may be found at www.graphicsmash.com.Ã‚