Inbound 3 On Sale Now


Boston Comics are for Lovers – Inbound #3, a Boston Comics Anthology

BOSTON, MA (April 6, 2009) – Ah, spring is in the air. To celebrate the season of romance, the hard-working comics artists of the Boston Comics Roundtable have released Inbound #3, a Boston Comics Anthology. The theme of this tri-yearly publication… love and relationships.

Yes, nobody knows perfectly-requited love and totally un-awkward dating like an indie comics artist. Pick up a copy of Inbound #3 and you’ll have more than just an evening’s entertainment; the book practically doubles as a 72-page how-to guide for all you Mister and Misses Lonelyhearts out there. All for the low price of $7.95.

It’s our biggest issue ever! Included in this volume:

* Franklin Einspruch
* “First Kiss” – Robert Sergel
* “Puppy Love Eternal” – Aya Rothwell
* “Fear” – Chris O’Neill
* “Just an Old Fashioned Zombie Love Song” – Eric Boeker
* “Wish Me Luck” – Donna Martinez and Joesph Peters
* “Colossa” – Braden Lamb
* “An Afternoon Session” – Hyun Supul
* “A Winter’s Prelude” – Roho
* “The Prince” – Carl Tsui
* “From Afar” – Dan Mazur
* “A Gothic Romance” – James Mobius

Inbound #3 is on sale at your favorite stores. In the Boston area, check out Million Year Picnic, Hub Comics, New England Comics, Comicazi, Harvard Book Store, Comicopia, and more. You can also visit the BCR Online Store ( We ship tenderly packaged comics anywhere in the world.

The Boston Comics Roundtable was created in 2006 to unite Boston-based comics creators in the spirit of camaraderie and professional development. Our ever-growing membership roll and prodigious publishing schedule reaffirm that Boston is the hot new town for comics!

To contact the Boston Comics Roundtable for images, interview, or to learn more about our organization, contact Dave Kender (dave/@/ or visit


About Us
The Boston Comics Roundtable is an independent organization of comics creators in the Greater Boston area. The group meets weekly for workshopping, teaching, and social gathering. Meetings are open to the public. Information regarding publications, artist galleries, and meetings can be found at