What does it mean to be an environmentalist after the world has already ended?
Go green! Go digital this Earth Day.
On Earth Day 2012 (Sunday, April 22), find out what the world would be like if environmentalists didn’t save the planet.
For 24 hours, from 12:01 AM to 11:59 PM, pick up the digital one-shot The Massive for FREE in our digital store. The new comic series by DMZ, Conan the Barbarian, and Northlanders writer Brian Wood will launch in June, but you can snag this lead-in to the series for FREE and see why you DO NOT want to miss this incredible new story.
So head on over to the Dark Horse Digital store and download The Massive digital one-shot for FREE on EARTH DAY this Sunday!
Once you’ve read the one-shot and decided you need more, download the order form below, fill it out, and send it to your local comic shop retailer. Tell them loud and clear that you want to have The Massive placed in your pull box. Tell your local retailer that you’re ready to read the next big series.
1. Download the image below or the fillable PDF form.
2. Fill it out with your info.
3. E-mail, fax, or walk the form to your comic retailer and have them order The Massive for your pull box.
Want to know more about what Comics Media is saying about The Massive?
"If you like comics, and don’t know the work of Brian Wood, you deserve to be gunned down in the war-torn Manhattan of his DMZ, battle-axed in his Viking epic Northlanders, and be forced to hear the lamentations of your women in his new reboot of Conan the Barbarian."
"Wood has never shied away from asking tough questions about the price of civilization and the inevitability of change."
Brian Wood’s "The Massive" Features Print Issue-Only Bonus Content – Comic Book Resources
"Readers of the printed, monthly version of Brian Wood and Kristian Donaldson’s "The Massive" will be treated to content unseen in the digital releases or trade paperback collections."
"We’ve been psyched for DMZ Author Brian Wood’s next big end-of-the-world project The Massive for a spell now.
– The Comic Book Critic