Jul 07

SHUTTER, VOL. 2: WAY OF THE WORLD—a new adventure begins

The second story arc will be collected in trade paperback

“An entertainingly subversive kick… the deeper emotions never derail the sense of humor, wonder and adventure.” —Booklist

Bestselling writer Joe Keatinge (GLORY, TECH JACKET) and Russ Manning Award-nominated artist Leila del Duca reunite for another world-hopping, globe-trotting fantasy adventure in SHUTTER, VOL. 2: WAY OF THE WORLD. The second story arc, issues 7-12 of the series, will be collected into a trade paperback.

In SHUTTER, VOL. 2: WAY OF THE WORLD, Kate Kristopher crosses the Earth to unlock a family mystery which takes her far beyond her own reality.

SHUTTER, VOL. 2: WAY OF THE WORLD (ISBN: 978-1-63215-433-0) hits comic book stores tomorrow, July 8 and bookstores on July 21, and will be available for $14.99. It can be ordered by retailers from Diamond Book Distributors with Diamond Code MAY150504. It can be pre-ordered now onAmazon, Barnes & Noble, and IndieBound.

More praise for SHUTTER:
“The first postmodern adventure comic.” —NPR.org

“Joyous and Heartfelt science-fiction pop with all the capital-R Romance of the last roll of polaroid film on Earth.” —Kieron Gillen, THE WICKED + THE DIVINE

“The story by Keatinge is engaging to read, with a fully developed cast of well-rounded characters and settings that shift and incorporate fantastic elements in a dreamlike manner. Del Duca’s artwork keeps pace, portraying all these facets magnificently in each panel.” —Library Journal

“An entertainingly subversive kick… the deeper emotions never derail the sense of humor, wonder and adventure.” —Booklist

Shutter’s creative team is acutely aware of the medium’s limitless possibilities.” —The Onion’s AV Club

“The artwork in the comic brings Kate’s crazy world to life very effectively and the first volume ends with enough questions still unanswered to leave readers eager to learn more about the secrets Kate confronts. This book will particularly appeal to fans of Unwritten by Mike Carey and Peter Gross.” —YALSA’s The Hub

“So completely and utterly new that it reminds you of the potential of this medium!” —Robert Kirkman

“Del Duca can tell a story in a look, whether it’s a half-opened, sleepy eye or angry glare… Beautiful work, all the way through.” —IGN

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