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Four more comic titles available from Lulu.com

Universal Press and Lulu.com are now offering four more titles for their print-on-demand partnership service.

  • A Very Merry, Happy Non Sequitur Holiday by Wiley Miller
  • Close to Home for the Holidays by John McPherson
  • Ho Ho Ho! A Stone Soup Christmas by Jan Eliot
  • Bark to Work Legislation: A Pooch Cafe Collection by Paul Gilligan

In addition to these books, the following calendars are now also available:

  • Non Sequitur 2008 Why Weâ??ll Never Understand Each Other Calendar by Wiley Miller
  • 2008 Lio Calendar by Mark Tatulli
  • 2008 Close to Home Golf Calendar by John McPherson

Community Comments

#1 Alex Hallatt
December/17/2007
@ 1:32 am

Also worth checking out on Lulu is the beautifully designed Bleeker book by Jonathan Mahood.

http://www.lulu.com/content/1338738

#2 Pab Sungenis
December/17/2007
@ 6:24 am

Well, as long as people are plugging new releases from Lulu, we have:

“I Can Has Empire? – The Second Collection Of The New Adventures Of Queen Victoria” at http://www.lulu.com/content/1566637

and not a Lulu product, but available now, “366 Unamusing Days,” her Maj’s new calendar, is at http://tinyurl.com/3bqc2n

#3 Dave Krainacker
December/17/2007
@ 2:12 pm

They also have a great “Overboard” book available. (I’ve loved those pirates for years!)

#4 Mark Tatulli
December/17/2007
@ 8:25 pm

And I think I mentioned it before, but Rob Harrell’s BIG TOP comic also has a new Lulu collection…

http://www.lulu.com/content/1072926

I can’t say enough good things about Rob’s strip! It is clever and well-drawn and he always lands a punch!

#5 Pab Sungenis
December/17/2007
@ 8:52 pm

Agreed, Mark. And even if it isn’t at Lulu, everyone should go out and pick up “Happiness Is A Squishy Cephalopod.”

And my Domestic Partner Bryan wants to know when we’re going to see another “Heart Of The City” collection!

#6 Dave Krainacker
December/17/2007
@ 9:45 pm

Mark,
I agree with Mr. Sungenis. My kids and I love “Heart of the City”. We have the first collection, and a new one is long overdue. (All of us nerds can relate to Dean!)

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