Maybe I’m just a cynic, but it seems wrong to brag about your movie deal in the end notes apologizing for the second issue of an ostensibly ongoing series being something like five months late.
I don’t remember anything about the first issue of Day Men except the concept–the jack of all trades human doing day time tasks for vampire crime families–and the Brian Stelfreeze art.
I assume the delay is because Stelfreeze is busy. Can’t help but notice Boom! kept the indicia date as August, but this comic just came out.
Anyway, there’s a lot of information. Gagnon and Nelson have scene where a bunch of the vampires talk and talk and talk about other vampires. So many names.
Thankfully, Stelfreeze makes everything digestible if not palatable.
Hopefully the next issue won’t be so ludicrously delayed; as long as it has Stelfreeze art, it’ll be worthwhile regardless.
Writers, Matt Gagnon and Michael Alan Nelson; artist, Brian Stelfreeze; colorist, Darrin Moore; letterer, Ed Dukeshire; editor, Eric Harburn; publisher, Boom! Studios.