'Muse' and 'District 14'
Published: 01/07/2013 12:23am
Humanoids Inc, the US division of French Publisher Les Humanoïdes Associés, will release DP Filippi and Terry Dodson's Muse, and Perre Gabus' and Romuald Reutimann's District 14 in the U.S. in Q1.
Coming in March, Muse collects the French albums Songes: Coraline and Songes: Celia from writer DP Filippi and illustrator Terry Dodson. Originally published in France in 2006 and 2012, with a deluxe edition consisting of both volumes entitled Songes, Muse is the story of Coraline, a nineteenth-century governess who escapes the drudgery of life through a series of erotic dreams and adventures. This full-color, 100 page hardcover will retail for $34.95.
Also from Humanoids is District 14 by author Pierre Gabus and artist Romuald Reutimann. Collecting the first season of the four volume French album Cité 14, District 14 is the story of an immense city bustling with animals, humans, and aliens at the turn of the twentieth century. Combining humor, mystery, and adventure, District 14 is a black and white, 304-page hardcover and retails for $39.95.
Muse and District 14 join Jihad and Eros Gone Wild (see "'Jihad' and 'Eros Gone Wild'") as Q1 Humanoids releases.
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