Born into a post-apocalypse world, Wednesday is dissatisfied with living under a scrap yard, hiding from vicious gangs and murderous nano-machines. She is curious about the outside world. Sure, it’s a wasteland out there, but anything beats living under a pile of junk with your dad.
On the eve of her sixteenth birthday, Wednesday’s father is kidnapped by bounty hunters. In order to save him, Wednesday must venture into the unknown with her only friends; sock monkeys Manny, Moe and Jack.
Here's a great review of Wednesday, Book 1 on BoingBoing.
WEDNESDAY ART SLIDESHOW
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WEDNESDAY SOUNDTRACK ALBUMS
Soundtrack and Score albums by Daniel Davies (Year Long Disaster) and Geno Lenardo (Filter, Device). Soundtrack album features Contributions from John Bergin (Trust Obey, C17H19NO3), Mlny (Royal Thunder), Will Hunt (Evanescence), Brian Liesegang (Filter, NIN), Nina Bergman (N.I.N.A.), Aly Jados, and KYBD. Score Album Features Original Music By Daniel Davies, Geno Lenardo, and features John Bergin. Listen to the scores on Apple Music or Spotify. Download the album from iTunes:
WEDNESDAY ORIGINAL COMIC BOOK SOUNDTRACK on iTunes
WEDNESDAY ORIGINAL COMIC BOOK SCORE on iTunes
WEDNESDAY MUSIC VIDEO
"'K So" by Daniel Davies is the first single from the official Wednesday soundtrack to be released by Lakeshore Records this year. The album features original music composed and performed by Daniel Davies (Year Long Disaster, By Maker) and Geno Lenardo (Filter, Device, By Maker). Check out the music video above, directed and animated in a glorious lo-fi wireframe style by John Bergin. It'll stab you right in your 1980's heart. GET THE 'K SO SINGLE on iTunes [$1.29]
John Bergin attacks the medium of comics with raw energy and style. His Harvey and Eisner-nominated work deals with themes of beauty and ugliness, of death and resurrection. Bergin’s tone is relentlessly dark, but always retains a sense of human dignity. DUST collects a number of Bergin’s short comics and illustrations from the mid-90s to 2013. 180 pages.
NEINDOG VOLUME 2
Paintings and drawings by illustrator and filmmaker John Bergin. 138 pages of paintings, production artwork, sketches, and photography. Featuring book covers, album covers, poster design, and concept art. Includes collaborations with Alex Riegel, James O'Barr, and others. 138 pages, full color, 8x10.
IO by James O'Barr and John Bergin
On the terraformed moon IO, new recruit David "Petrol" Petrie and his fellow soldiers wage endless war against an intractable foe.
A beautiful restoration of the comic which was originally serialized in Caliber Presents. 24 pages, full color.