Delirium Issue 2 is on Sale Now!

2012-09-30 23:01:09 by johnnycancer

The second issue of my comic Delirium is on sale now through my shop at

Here's the details:

Tentacle beasts and evil dolls guarding the entrance to a public library? Grisly experiments carried out by masked scientists as they search for the location of an ancient book that holds extraordinary power? Cute bunny monsters? These are just some of the sights you'll see when you enter the world of Delirium.

Delirium is an exciting new monthly comic from Nick Calavera showcasing detailed black and white art and stories focused on the strange and surreal.

Issue two features the continuation of the ongoing stories "Kingdom of Monsters" and "G.E.R.L."

In "Kingdom of Monsters," Tehra and her guardian angel face off against supernatural opponents as they continue their search for the elusive grimoire called the Book of the Black Seal.

Meanwhile, G.E.R.L.'s story continues when she wakes up from cryostasis and must fight her way out of a laboratory filled with scientists, soldiers, and unfeeling computers that have her scheduled for a vivisection.

Product Details:

Size: 8.5" x 5.5"
Interior: 32 pages of black and white art
Cover: full color cover

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You can also check out an exclusive preview of Delirium right here on Newgrounds!

If you like what you see, click here to buy it and find out the rest of the story!

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Delirium Issue 2 is on Sale Now!


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2012-09-30 23:46:57

Looks very compelling (and sexy)! With such a modest price, I truly hope you sell out soon.
The comics are done in a three-ink process?

johnnycancer responds:

Thanks for the comment! If I release a trade paperback of any of this at some later time I am totally using the line "compelling and sexy" somewhere on the cover.

Regarding color, the interior art is black and white, but the cover (which is in color) was printed using a three-ink process on heavy card stock with a glossy finish. The original cover image was converted from RGB to CMYK colors, but thankfully not too much was lost in terms of what the colors look like.

Overall I think the quality of the finished final product is very good. It isn't xeroxed images on copier paper like a lot of other zines; it's professionally printed using high speed digital printers on a decent weight of paper.

I guess that's enough shilling for one response. Thanks for taking the time to comment and I hope I sell out soon too!