Now available for preorder
The mischief continues in this page-turning graphic novel companion to Incredible Doom: Volume 1, about new connections and old grudges, learning when to let go and when to hold on, all during the early days of the internet.
Evol House may look to the unwitting outsider like a broken-down ranch house in the suburbs-but to those in the know, it's the sanctuary of truant teens, punk rockers, nerds, and outcasts. At least, that's what it's supposed to be. Unfortunately, lately, it feels like everything's falling apart.
In this thrilling companion to Incredible Doom: Volume 1, Samir finds that life as a runaway isn't all he thought it would be; Allison spirals trying to impress her new "friends," Tina considers leaving town to follow a passionate new connection, and Richard faces down a volatile classmate with a score to settle.
Can these friendships forged on the early internet- the most controversial tool of the modern era-- survive the "real world," or will they drop like a bad connection?
Allisons Disk "Feelie" Bundle
Inspired by PC games of the 80s and 90s that included objects from the world of the game, often called “feelies” in the box, preorder the book through Buyolympia, and for an extra $6 get three special bonuses.
- A working recreation of Allisons’ personal floppy disk. It’s filled with personal files, unseen emails with Samir, diary entries, ASCII art, and more.
- An original bookplate, designed by Matthew Bogart and signed by Jesse and Matt.
- A torn flyer for ”ZephyrTech, “ Allison and Samir’s internet provider. The brochure includes clues for accessing Allison’s private online storage, which contains the same files as the floppy disk.
Powell's Books Signed Edition
Famed Portland institution Powell's Books has partnered with our publisher to do a signed edition of Vol. 2. If you order through this link myself and Jesse Holden will sign your copy before they ship it to you.
Are you preordering somewhere else? That's great! Just upload your receipt below, and we'll send you a free bookplate signed by myself and Jesse Holden.