Mar. 14 – THE SECRET HISTORY OF D.B. COOPER release party with Brian Churilla

Join Brian Churilla this Wednesday, March 14th to celebrate the release of THE SECRET HISTORY OF D.B. COOPER #1. We’ll have the extra special variant cover by J.H. Williams III available for cover price as well as free promo posters signed by Brian Churilla.

The Secret History of D.B. Cooper is a full-color series written and drawn by Brian Churilla (The Anchor, The Avengers and the Infinity Gauntlet) detailing the previously untold story of what really happened forty years ago when a man calling himself D.B. Cooper skyjacked an airplane, collected a ransom, and parachuted into oblivion taking the loot with him. Churilla’s comic book retelling uncovers a vast conspiracy lurking behind the legend of D.B. Cooper. The actual tale is almost too strange to be believed, and yet too important to ignore.

WHO: Brian Churilla
WHEN: Wednesday Mar. 14th, 6-8pm
WHERE: Floating World Comics, 400 NW Couch St.

Brian Churilla is a Portlander, born and raised. His work includes The Engineer: Konstrukt for Archaia, The Avengers and the Infinity Gauntlet for Marvel Comics, The Anchor for Boom and numerous other works for Oni Press, Dark Horse Comics, and Image Comics. His heavily anticipated series, The Secret History of D.B. Cooper, debuts this March from Oni Press and has already garnered much acclaim from fellow creators.

“This story has intrigued me even since I was a little kid,” Churilla said. “To get to play around with the mythos in comic book form is a dream come true.”

“This is the book Brian Churilla was born to create. Eerie, compelling, energetic, fun … packed with monsters, mystery, mind-tripping and mayhem. I can’t wait to delve deeper into the secrets…”
-Kurt Busiek (Astro City)

“Wow. I love this book.”
-Mike Mignola (Hellboy)

“I love what [Brian] does, it has so much punch, vitality, and fun in it… The book is loaded with fun stuff: inter-dimensional travel, intrigue, otherworldly monsters, a wicked little teddy bear… you won’t be disappointed!”
-J.H. Willaims III (Batwoman)