Eisner Nominated Tonci Zonjic Variant Covers Set For JCA Books!

Hey everyone!

We’ve been wanting to tell you this for so long however we can now reveal that Tonci Zonjic, the incredibly talented artist behind Lobster Johnson: The Burning Hand and Who Is Jake Ellis? (nominated for a 2012 Eisner Award for best limited series) has joined forces with Japan Comic Aid to produce a very special series of variant covers for JCA titles Nowhereville, Kaiju Steel and Mystery Boys.

Being a firm supporter of the JCA cause, Tonci has generously added the project to his already crazy schedule. Each of the three covers are part of one single panoramic image which go beyond mere variant covers to produce what is a truly stunning piece of art. We can’t reveal the covers themselves just yet but suffice to say they are stunning.

Be sure to pick up all three upcoming JCA books to ensure you get the full picture. This is not going to be one to miss.

Be sure to check out Tonci‘s website, blog and Twitter and then pick up some Lobster Johnson and Who Is Jake Ellis? immediately!

Mystery Boys, Nowhereville and Kaiju Steel will be released on May 5th 2012!

Keep an eye on our Twitter and Facebook accounts as well as the website for updates!


About Japan Comic Aid

Japan Comic Aid seeks to raise funds for those affected by the devastating 2011 earthquake, tsunami and subsequent nuclear disaster by joining forces with comic, manga, webcomic artists, writers and publishers worldwide and creating comics and manga. ALL of the profits from the sales will go towards the Japan Society Tohuku Earthquake Appeal who give grass roots support to those affected as well as looking at long term support as well. Japan Comic Aid aims to regularly publish one shot and series comics and graphic novels around the world to raise money for those in Japan who are in need of rebuilding their life by teaming up, reducing costs and using ALL profits for the fund.
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