Written & illustrated by Gary Spencer Millidge
Published December 1997
Published by Abiogenesis Press
A special Christmas issue…and as you might expect, it’s no ordinary Christmas in the weird and wonderful village of Strangehaven.
This issue’s episode is collected in the Strangehaven: Brotherhood (Volume 2) trade paperback.
32 pages · Comic book · 6 ⅝” x 10 ¼” · 170mm x 260mm
Colour cover · B/W interior
Original solicitation description:
It’s Christmas in Strangehaven, but as you might expect it’s done a little differently in the remote, enigmatic west country village. Alex hears the tear-jerking story an ancestor of a Strangehaven inhabitant, John Jones loses his temper and everyone gets together in the Minotaur for a traditional Christmas knees-up. Almost everyone anyway.
This issue includes:
24 pages of story and art
Strange Maven’s Diary – editorial
Village Gossip – series recap
Abiofeedback – readers’ letters
If it’s Wednesday, it must be New York – report on Small Press Expo 1997 and US East Coast signing tour
|Dimensions||260 × 170 × 2 mm|
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