Animated Trailer announces final volume of PLUME

from the official Devil’s Due press release . . . . .

Fantasy Epic Ends with 4-Volume Omnibus Collection


Dec 4, 2017 

CHICAGO: In celebration of the end of K. Lynn Smith’s hit Western fantasy comicbook series Plume, she and Devil’s Due have released an animated trailer featuring all new original art by Smith.

View the trailer here: 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uflPqiT4Okg&feature=youtu.be

ImagePlume debuted as a webcomic by Smith in 2011, and was first published in print for national release by Devil's Due in December 2012. 

The trailer, which perfectly captures the essence of what fans across the world love about this epic saga, is to commemorate the closing chapter of Plume, which will see release in its fourth volume hardcover and trade paperback collections, as well as a prestige format, massive omnibus collection nearly 500 pages long.

“This omnibus is bittersweet for me. I am so excited to finally have the completed story in my hands, but sad to see it end. It’s been an incredible journey, one that will continue on in some form or another, no doubt. Thank you to all those who have supported this series.” 

“This has been six years in the making, and we couldn’t be happier with the end result,” said Devil’s Due’s Josh Blaylock, “Plume isn’t just loved here in North America, but around the world even in non-English speaking countries, and we finally have the ultimate collection, perfect for its die-hard fans and newcomers alike.” 

As with all previous releases of Plume, this will first be made available on Kickstarter wth a targeted launch date of December 11:  https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/2133322697/1021242831?ref=409886&token=82486464&__s=xmch5ffphfmgcvcyruwk 

Plans for the wider release to comics shops across North America is planned for mid 2018.

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Find previous volumes of Plume on sale at comic shops, comiXology.com and other digital carriers, and http://www.devilsdue.net/?__s=xmch5ffphfmgcvcyruwk

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