Cerebus the DJ - CEREBUSTV #12 Season 3 Jan 20-26
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All this week, on demand or streaming video at CerebusTV!
How did DAVE SIM's involvement with DIAMOND comics distributing lead to
CEREBUS becoming a DJ in Washington, DC?
What an incredible response! Cerebus.TV fans have spoken - they have promised
to buy a DC comic if it features WONDER WOMAN exploding, after SSA (the
real life secret identity of PR Guru SANDEEP ATWAL) and DAVE SIM explored
the Big Bang implosion implications of the rapidly shrinking DC comic
book universe. Check out last week's #11 on the On Demand video page at
Wonder Woman Explodes in #11
The OTHER star of GLAMOURPUSS #12 continues to storm the UK indie comix scene!
All our CerebusTV viewers wherever they are now have a chance to get in on enjoying the work of this fast-developing talent. High praise from many quarters for ROBIN BARNARD's DOUBTLAND, including JIM STERANKO himself, who designed the original ground-breaking Outland comic adaptation.
Just a reminder that - also from ROBIN BARNARD - January is "Images Degrading Forever Collected Edition Volume 1" Month - this item is on sale at IMAGES DEGRADING FOREVER
Enquiring minds want to know: where is Cerebus Archive #17? Dave drew the cover, trying to beat the clock and the finished color version is now on display at CerebusTV and for sale at ComiXPress. Order early and often! This is ALREADY a Collector's Item!
If you like the bestest and fastest half-hour featuring indie comics in television, then please consider helping out - you'll get your name up on the marquee at CerebusTV AND you'll receive a signed and numbered Cerebus/Spawn print for a minimum donation, while supplies of this 63 piece numbered limited collector's item last!
Thanks as always for watching CerebusTV!
CerebusTV Returns for 4th Season
Highlights include: An update and film from Gerhard ; the High Society Digital Download premieres; a Cerebus Movie update; Cerebus animation by Oliver Simonsen; Dave Sim Cerebus head sketches and convention coverage; The Robin Barnard mystery continues; Plus - prints and original art.