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Putting the quarterly back in Drawn & Quarterly

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Sometime last week our friend Tom Spurgeon over at The Comics Reporter mulled about the lack of an announcemount regarding the release of a new issue of Berlin. The truth is, these days we just can’t keep up with Jason Lutes’ blazing new schedule. It looks like we may actually have a quarterly comic book series on our hands, something that hasn’t occured around here since about 1991. Berlin #14, pictured above, just arrived in comic stores across North America during the holidays and before that #13 was released around September. Jason has already turned in #15 (in stores late February) and apparently he’s inking the final pages of #16 as you read this (forget quarterly, it looks like Berlin is on its way to becoming a bi-monthly!).


Sometime last week our friend Tom Spurgeon over at The Comics Reporter mulled about the lack of an announcemount regarding the release of a new issue of Berlin. The truth is, these days we just can’t keep up with Jason Lutes’ blazing new schedule. It looks like we may actually have a quarterly comic book series on our hands, something that hasn’t occured around here since about 1991. Berlin #14, pictured above, just arrived in comic stores across North America during the holidays and before that #13 was released around September. Jason has already turned in #15 (in stores late February) and apparently he’s inking the final pages of #16 as you read this (forget quarterly, it looks like Berlin is on its way to becoming a bi-monthly!).

It should also be noted that #16 wraps up the second volume of the Berlin trilogy; look for Berlin book two: City of Smoke later this summer, and follow this space for related news on upcoming Jason Lutes tours and events.
Above: panel from Berlin #15.

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