"Land of Kaiju" Alphabet Book & Card Set



Visitors at the upcoming Comic Con International in San Diego will be able to pick up the "Land of Kaiju" alphabet book and card set.

This is a collection of Japanese-styled,  kaiju-flavored creatures that Chet Phillips created.  The creatures inhabit an alphabet book in alliteration form.  It is a hand-bound, limited edition book. The card set presents 24 of the creatures with additional biographical info on the reverse and packaged in a Japanese styled paper portfolio, signed with gold foil stamp.

Book and card sets will be available next week at the San Diego Comic Con in the Small Press area - Booth O-1 (across from Oni Press.)

For details on the "Land of Kaiju" alphabet book and card set, go here.

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