Boom! Studios seems to be on a roll lately with a large number of its titles selling out and going back to press.  The company announced three titles (28 Days Later #3, Kill Audio #1, and Walt Disney Comics and Stories #699) have sold out and are headed back to the printers.

Those stores that want to get more copies in, can get them immediately through the new Boom! Studios relationship with Haven Distributors that was announced last week.

WALT DISNEY’S COMICS & STORIES #699 is written by Ricardo Secchi with interior art by Stefano Turconi. The first printing shipped with two covers in a 50/50 split and a third cover that was offered as a 1 in 10 incentive.

28 DAYS LATER #3 is written by Michael Alan Nelson with interior art by Declan Shalvey and colors by Nick Filardi, with the first print shipping with two covers in a 50/50 split by Tim Bradstreet and Sean Phillips. A third cover by DNA Films was offered as a 1 in 10 incentive.

Claudio Sanchez, the celebrated creator of the COHEED AND CAMBRIA mythology, including the best selling sci-fi mini-series, THE AMORY WARS, has come back to comics with a vengence with KILL AUDIO! KILL AUDIO follows the adventures of an immortal little troll who struggles to find purpose in a land where creativity is a controlled substance. When musical creativity spirals into chaos, KILL AUDIO discovers his life mission. Supported by a wildly eccentric posse and a nemesis hell-bent on proving his mortality, KILL AUDIO takes on non-sensical musical sub-genres while traipsing across a vivid landscape, all of which could only come from the intense mind of Claudio Sanchez.

via Boom! Studios

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