Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Ape Entertainment- Black Dynamite: Slave Island Sold Out

If you did not pick up your copy of Ape Entertainment's Black Dynamite: Slave Island, it is not too late to still get your copy of this great comic. The first printing is now sold out, but you may be lucky to find a copy out there. Otherwise, you are in luck to order the second printing coming out this May. We did a review on Black Dynamite: Slave Island a couple of weeks ago and all I can say is that it is a great comic and feels like a sequel to the movie. The story is great and has that humor that we saw in the movie. We will post a picture soon of the cover to the second printing when available. 

San Diego, CA - Ape Entertainment announced today that a second printing of BLACK DYNAMITE: SLAVE ISLAND will soon be on the way. The second printing, scheduled for an early May release, will give fans who missed the instant sell out debut of BLACK DYNAMITE: SLAVE ISLAND a chance to check out what is soon to be the most talked about comic of the year. Please note that Copies of the first printing may still be available at your local retailer. 
We just want to thank all the fans of the book, old and new, for giving BLACK DYNAMITE: SLAVE ISLAND a try” said David Hedgecock CEO of Ape Entertainment. Hedgecock went on to say “We know there are a lot of you who missed out on the first printing and we are moving as quickly as we can to make sure all of you who still need a copy will be able to get one with as little delay as possible.”
Between the streets, Vietnam and the C.I.A., Black Dynamite thought he had seen it all. But nothing could have prepared him for his most dangerous mission yet! In BLACK DYNAMITE: SLAVE ISLAND, the world’s greatest Blaxploitation sensation uses his fists of fury to shut down a secret island where The Man still plays by 1850’s rules!”  Inspired by the 2009 feature film BLACK DYNAMITE, SLAVE ISLAND is based on a story by Michael Jai White, Byron Minns and Scott Sanders; written by Brian Ash (The Boondocks), with art by Jun Lofamia.
We couldn't be happier with the response the book is getting,“ says author Brian Ash.  “What's even more exciting is it’s just the tip of the iceberg for what's in store for the fans.  The movie's cult following seems to be growing by the day and with the Animated Series coming to Adult Swim next year, we're looking forward to exploring this character in all his iterations.”

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