Oni Press Presents Lucky Penny and Graveyard Quest!

Bread Pig_Case #1 Cover - Graveyard Quest

Oni Press – publishers of quality oddness (Brides Of Hellheim, Letter 44, Invader Zim) – announced today the 2016 release of Lucky Penny and Graveyard Quest; two vastly different young adult books as different as night and day with only one thing in common – they’re tales of down-on-their-luck sad sacks.

Lucky Penny is the story of Penny Brighton – for whom the expression ‘If I didn’t have bad luck I’d have no luck at all’ is a way of life.

Graveyard Quest is about a guy with the worst possible career choice – running the family business, grave digging, in the shadow of his father… while being constantly critiqued by the ghost of his dead dad!

Lucky Penny will be in stores on March 9, 2016; Graveyard Quest will follow on March 23, 2016. Follow the jump for further details.

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October 20, 2015, PORTLAND, OR – Oni Press, Portland’s premier independent comic book publisher, is excited to announce two books with almost nothing in common: Lucky Penny by writer Ananth Hirsh (BUZZ!, Johnny Wander) and artist Yuko Ota (Johnny Wander), and Graveyard Quest by KC Green (Gunshow, Regular Show). Originally serialized online, these tales are about as different as day and night, although in the end they’re both the tale of a sad sack down on their luck.

In Lucky Penny, if Penny Brighton didn’t have bad luck, she’d have no luck at all. She lost her job. And her apartment. In the same day. But it’s okay, her friend has a cozy storage unit she can crash in. And there’s bound to be career opportunities at the neighborhood laundromat—just look how fast that 12-year-old who runs the place made it to management! Plus, there’s this sweet guy at the community center, and maybe Penny can even have a conversation with him without being a total dork. Surely Penny is a capable of becoming an actual responsible adult, and if she can do that her luck’s bound to change! Right?

Well, at least this print edition is fully toned and includes extra goodies like excerpts from Penny’s collection of HOT FANTASY ROMANCE BOOKS, OH MY! (Did you hear George Takei when you read that? I hope you did.) Lucky Penny is perfect for fans of Scott Pilgrim, another slice-of-life comic about a kinda-sorta lovable loser!

Lucky Penny arrives in stores on March 9, 2016.

And now for something completely different…

Running the family business in the shadow of your father can be a drag, especially when you’re a gravedigger and that shadow is actually your dad’s overly critical ghost. From creator KC Green’s hugely popular webcomic Gunshow, Graveyard Quest follows a blue-collar skeleton and his mole buddy on their journey to Hell and back to retrieve his most prized possession. It’s a story about the things we do for love, and the many mistakes we make along the way.

Including a never-before-seen epilogue, Graveyard Quest is Dante’s Inferno for the Internet generation, and fans of Perry Bible Fellowship will love to laugh at the gravedigger’s pain like the terrible people they are (just kidding, you’re all wonderful, go be you).

Graveyard Quest arrives in stores on March 23, 2016