Can I get some jingle bells? Lords a’leapin’ perhaps? And a deeply satisfied ‘Ho ho ho’…
Yes, I know it’s early, but it’s very much time to get into the holiday spirit because Draw The Line, published by Street Noise books, will be available from 7 December – and it’s just the thing for all your trickiest gift recipients, especially those who love comics and love the planet we live on.
Draw the Line will be available from all good bookshops: naturally, if you’re already in the mindset of changing the world, you’ll probably want to avoid the big one beginning with A.
In the UK, you can find your local independent bookshop at Hive, or through Bookshop.org, or choose a highstreet institution like Blackwells; and no matter where you are in the world, please do support your local bookshop who will be delighted to order it in for you.
You can tell them the ISBN number which will make it easy: 9781951491154; or just show them this post.
I’m slightly bashful about the roster of highly relevant and really somewhat wonderful people who’ve given it their seal of approval: Adrienne Maree Brown; Paul Buhle; Ezra Claytan Daniels; Karen Green; Sabrina Jones; Joel Christian Gill; Glynnis Fawkes; and Seth Tobocman have all given such strong endorsements that I almost forgot they were talking about our own Draw The Line.
But wait, it’s Draw the Line, and it is something wonderful, they’re all quite right! I must put my traditional British modesty aside and let you see what they said:
Very few people managed to get hold of the original version that we self-published; this is a chance for everyone who missed out on that edition to have something almost the same, but also quite different, given its refreshed design and several new actions drawn by additonal artists.