Let's recap. Big Bang Comics was an independent comic book series that launched in the 1990s. Though it first appeared through Caliber Press, it became best-known by an almost ten year publishing relationship with Image Comics. There was later a self-publishing effort that lasted roughly a year, and more recently, a POD comic that I reviewed in February.
On a more personal note, Big Bang Comics is my favorite post-1990 comic series. Though I was reluctant at first to get too attached, it won me over as the years progressed with its delightful cast of characters and strong creators. Make no mistake about it - it was the retro storytelling that first lured me to Big Bang, but it was the quality of work that inspired me to be a fan. I used to write a letter of comment on every single issue, and while they weren't always necessarily views I still hold, I do miss the level of fannish delight it inspired in me.
Well, there still isn't an official announcement yet, but this little image recently surfaced from Bill Cunningham of Pulp 2.0 Press. It is reproduced with his kind permission.
Well. How do you like that?
I am sure more info will be coming in the days and weeks ahead via the Pulp 2.0 blog and the Pulp 2.0 Facebook page. Meanwhile, Pulp 2.0 Press already has some books in print that definitely look like they are worth checking out. I know I've had my eye on those Donald Glut books as I soon as I saw them.