13 thoughts on “FELL #5 Out Today”

  1. Excellent! I’ve been eagerly awaiting each issue!

    I think Fell is my new favorite of all your works.

    Now I’m rethinking this whole “buy comics after work on Friday” thing.

  2. Nice issue. Good story. I love the dialogue. It’s nice to see Det. Fell learning how things work in Snowtown. Great art, too. It’s like you wrote in the backmatter, it’s difficult to show drama when it’s just two people talking in a box. Ben did a wonderful job dramatizing the interrogation.

  3. ARHHHHHHhh the spoilers above the spoilers!!! I’m on my way after work to pick it up.

    But any chance of an UK signing…any…at all?

    What if I got you into the guardian?

  4. Any place to order fell#5 over the net? Asked for it at a comicbookshop where i live (Oslo), their respose was that they had stopped taking it in as it sold out too fast! At least their not capitalists…

  5. Any place to order fell over the net? Asked for it at a comicbookshop where i live (Oslo), their respose was that they had stopped taking it in as it sold out too fast! At least their not capitalists…

  6. Tangentially related to the guy who can’t buy Fell #5 because his local comic shop is run by monkeys that were evidentially never house trained.
    The local comic shop here has been claiming for 3 weeks that they’ve got an order on for more of Fell #2, Yet I have yet to see any evidence of them having it. And they were claiming at the same time as you posted that the supplier still had a bunch of Fell #2 that there were none left and they’d never get more in.

    I’m torn between loyalty to my local comic shop, and the ability to buy comics over the Internet, I really am. They pretty much incite me towards no longer gracing them with my patronage by these acts of outright lies.

  7. Thank you for Fell, Mr. Ellis. #5 was a blast to read, and while I can understand the desire not to limit your creative bursts, please don’t feel compelled to limit yourself when it comes to interviews. Fell #3 and Fell#5 have been my favorite issues so far, not in the least because you get to watch Richard’s strategems for verbal assaults.

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