Super Real Graphics dropped of a note to let us know that Super Real will return this summer with a new series climax, as well as the complete series graphic novel.

I had a chance to check out a couple issues of this series a couple of years ago, and for those into reality television and super heroes, with an indie bent, this series might just be for you.

SR6_cover_front_900.jpgSUPER REAL: CAST CHANGE SPECIAL – July
48 pages, B&W, mature readers, $6.99

Our reality show cast were promised million dollar payouts for participation, but now a bold change to the show’s format via a controversial new cast member has them reeling… If their fifteen minutes of fame, and cash reward are cut short, will anyone survive?!?
It’s all out war in this brand new super-sized conclusion to the popular independent series that mashes-up pop culture with comic book mayhem, and features a character inspired by the most popular man on Earth – Barack Obama, who completes the book’s trinity of Presidential likenesses (with Bush and Cheney already in place as the show’s producers)!

This is not a marketing stunt dear readers, this is the only conclusion our tale could possibly have!! Don’t miss it!!!

May 2009 Comics! Catalog (www.havendistro.com)

SRgn_cover_900.jpgSUPER REAL GRAPHIC NOVEL – August
220 pages, Full Color, mature readers, $18.99

Collects the complete independent series recommended by Newsarama, Aint It Cool News, Comics Buyers Guide and many more. Super Real follows five people who sign million dollar contracts to get genetically enhanced for a reality show based on comic book superheroes. An over the top mash-up of reality TV and comic book fiction, that’s like Survivor with superpowers, or The Real World meets The X-Men!
Find out what happens when our cast goes beyond reality.

Contains all six issues of the series, and features guest artwork from Jim Mahfood, Josh Howard, and more.

May 2009 Previews catalog

via Super Real Graphics


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