A Man Among Ye defies the seven seas and expectations during this global pandemic. Thankfully, the enthusiasm for Top Cow’s new series by Stephanie Phillips, Craig Cermak, Brittany Pizzilo, and Troy Peteri has warranted a second printing of the first issue to meet demand.
You can’t pass up this second printing cover by Francesca Fantini.
Here’s the official press release from Image Comics:
PORTLAND, Ore. 06/26/2020 — Stephanie Phillips and Craig Cermak’s A Man Among Ye from Image/Top Cow Productions will be rushed back to print in order to keep up with customer demand for the swashbuckling new series. The A Man Among Ye #1, the second printing cover will feature art by Francesca Fantini.
A Man Among Ye brings to life the tale of Anne Bonny and Mary Read as they hoist the skull and crossbones, draw cutlasses, and seek a treasure that will make them legends. In an era when sailing with women was thought to be bad luck—Anne and Mary might just be the only people capable of saving the pirate way of life.
A Man Among Ye #1, second printing (Diamond Code APR208591) will be available at comic book shops on Wednesday, July 22.
A Man Among Ye is also available for purchase across many digital platforms, including Amazon Kindle, Apple Books, comiXology, and Google Play.
Select praise for A Man Among Ye:
“This comic is so entertaining, I never realized that I was getting a history lesson, too! Win-win!” —Mark Waid
“This is a must-read for anyone hungry for Anne Bonny and Mary Read’s adventure on the high seas!” —Marc Silvestri
“A Man Among Ye #1 has all the prerequisite charm I am looking from in both a first issue and a story about pirates. I’m intrigued by the tale that Phillips and Cermak have presented and will be keeping an eye out for number 2 when the tides come rolling back in.” —Black Nerd Problems
“Great art.” —Outright Geekery
“The allure of piracy is a potent one in this story that lays a foundation for more creative liberties to be taken, and assuming A Man Among Ye‘s first issue is any indication and the spotlight stays wholly focused on Anne as it should, those liberties will be taken in the right direction.” —ComicBook.com
“A fun debut.” —Graphic Policy