'CHEW' sells out -- and gets this new Tarantino spoof cover
Among "Chew" fans, the spoof cover of "Pulp Fiction" turned out to be one bad mutha.
Issue No. 13, featuring the "Pullet Fiction" cover, has already sold out, writer John Layman confirms to Comic Riffs.
It sold so well, in fact, that the issue will get a second printing, with a second Quentin Tarantino homage: Artist Rob Guillory has now rendered "Reservoir Chogs."
So if the second printing sells well, will we see a third Tarantino-inspired cover? Perhaps "Kill Swill" or "Inglourious Bastings"?
"Probably not," says Layman, noting the lengthy turnaround time for each cover. " 'Inglourious Bastings' is a good one, though."
"CHEW: RESERVOIR CHOGS":
| August 24, 2010; 3:00 PM ET
Categories: The Comic Book | Tags: Chew, John Layman, Rob Guillory
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