Studio 407 has announced a distribution deal with Argentina’s Altercomics to release four of Altercomics titles in North America.  The four titles picked up by Studio 407 are The Spark, Jailed, Primordial Man and Fictionauts.  The first book released will be The Spark graphic novel by Martin Renard and Nahuel Sagarnaga Cozman.

“We are very pleased that Studio-407 has chosen our stories and demonstrated so much interest in publishing them.” Explains Matias, publisher at Altercomics. “We feel more like a part of their family now and we hope that all the US readers can enjoy these books as much as the readers in Latin America have.”

Studio 407 has provided an 11-page sneak peek of the issue that arrives in March 2009.

The Spark ISBN# 978-1-935385-01-1
Writer:  Martin Renard
Artist:  Nahuel Sagarnaga Cozman

The Spark is described as: Fifteen years ago, a phenomenon called “The Spark” created four super-humans who sacrificed themselves to stop a worldwide cataclysm. Now, The Spark has happened again, creating a new generation of heroes. As three heroes emerge to accept their responsibility as protectors of humanity, everyone wonders, where’s the fourth? Turns out, not everybody wants to be a super-hero. Lucas has been hiding his powers because he has other responsibilities to contend with — school, his full-time job to help his mom with the bills and a little sister who’s more than a handful. But when an alien horde arrives to turn  the planet, does Lucas leave his family to save the earth? What’s a super-hero to do?


The graphic novel will sell for $13.99 when it hits stores on March 25, 2009.

via Studio 407


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