Ray Harryhausen Presents: 20 Million Miles More #1, written by Scott Davis, with art by Alex Garcia, and VSS: Nemesis Rising #2, written by Terrance Greip with art by Nadir Balan, have both sold out at Diamond, according to Bluewater Productions.

“Our books have sold out almost every month, despite many shop still under-ordering the books. Many readers have contacted us still trying to find our books,” said BWP Managing Editor Darren G. Davis in a prepared statement. “It just goes to show that you don’t have to be mainstream to reach the market. Readers just want great stories with great art, and if you can deliver that to them, they’ll come back for more every month.”

The company said it would go back for a second printing of 20 Millions Miles More #1, that will feature a sketch cover by Nadir Balan, but has no plans at this time to go back to press for VSS: Nemesis Rising.

Take the jump for more info on the two series as well as full covers to the issues you may still be able to find in shops.

Ray Harryhausen Presents; 20 Million Miles More #1
It’s been 50 years since the strange being from Venus rampaged through Italy. Once the world was convinced that the Ymir was a giant hoax and the mission to Venus never happened, it was lulled back to sleep, ignorant of the truth. But years of secret testing have created unintended consequences that could bring the Earth to its knees … and only an 11-year-old child can save it.


VSS: Nemesis Rising #2
VSS: Nemesis Rising follows VSS’s newest member, Scarlet, as she takes on her first mission – to guard Great Britain’s least-favorite royal, the prodigal Prince Garson, from a terrorist attack. Meanwhile the rest of the team still doesn’t trust their new American teammate.



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