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NY Comic Con: Rune Works Premieres Comic & Children’s Book COSMO GOES TO SPACE and SPY WOMAN SPY and so much more at Booth #1838!
Head down to Rune Works Productions and revel in the newest innovation from the world of fiction and art.
We will be debuting both CYBERWAR author R.J. Huneke’s Cyberwar Series Graphic Novel pre-quel SPY WOMAN SPY #1, a comic book like no other work of neo-noir:
When a foreign agent named Xera Finn learns of her government’s
involvement in human trafficking on Long Island, she goes rogue. Xera and her lover, a tech bootlegger named Fae Yu, race to Coney Island to free a truckful of young women. But their hacking and espionage skills are soon put to the test when Xera’s former handler tasks both the local authorities and
an outlaw motorcycle gang to ruthlessly retrieve them.
Check out Elizabeth Yoo’s cover art for the comic – she will be there with her own Hitchcock artwork and other pieces like Cesar Romero’s JOKER signing all 4 days!
Along with this will be the debut of a children’s book, COSMO GOES TO SPACE, written by Cassie & R.J. Huneke with art by Cheryl Huneke.
And Cheryl will be signing Thursday and Friday and Cassie on Saturday at Rune Works Booth #1838.
There will be exclusive deals on everything at the booth and free giveaways throughout New York Comic Con 2021, check out our NYCC page here: https://www.newyorkcomiccon.com/en-us/explore/exhibitors/showroom.html?gtID=528086&exhibitor-name=Rune-Works-Productions.
Artist Fred Harper will be signing his comic book hit Snelson: Comedy is Dying written by Paul Constant on Friday and Sunday!
Rune Works is all about Small Press Publications, including TheForgottenFiction.com Book Review Magazine, Novels like R.J. Huneke's Thriller CYBERWAR, Children's Books like Cassie Huneke's COSMO GOES TO SPACE, Comic Books like SPY WOMAN SPY, R.J. Huneke's CYBERWAR Series prequel & so much more from our Artists , Elizabeth Yoo's "Blondes of Hitchcock" and Pop Culture Art to Cheryl Huneke's take on the Joker, and AHOY! COMICS newest hit title "Snelson: Comedy is Dying" written by Paul Constant with art by Fred Harper, and even Wooden Cases for Rare Books And Comics!