How’s your post apocalypse going? Enjoying the irradiated deserts, menacing clouds of sentient porn magazines, mutant police, and hipsters on some street art kick? No?!

This is the best the end of the world gets.

Social and political commentary mixed with punk nonsense and gore drawn in vibrant florescent colors.

SC, 32 full-color pages, 6.625″ X 10.187″

SILVER #079; ISBN: 978-1-945509-16-2
Diamond: FEB181778
Shipping: May 6th, 2018 

Order direct: Silver Sprocket mail-order 

…a thoroughly-realized, and thoroughly-immersive, comic that ranks among both the most enjoyable, as well as the most thought-provoking, of the year to this point. Never take a pass on Passmore.

Passmore tackles racism, misogyny, police brutality, the hand of God and the desolation of New Orleans after the storm in a story that is nonetheless hilarious and visually thrilling.

Rob Clough, High-Low, The Comics Journal

In case you didn’t realise, I really, really like Ben Passmore. His work is a breath of fresh air in a stale and tired landscape, and I cannot freaking wait to read his first serialized comic Daygloayhole. Passmore’s vision of a post-apocalyptic world is unlike any other and looks like it’ll be chock full of gore, punk AF shit, political commentary, and radical humor, and I am so excited for it.

There was also an indie comic that sold pretty well this week–Daygloahole #1 from Silver Sprocket, Ben Passmore’s punk, florescent take on the apocalypse. If it had sold one more copy, it would’ve made our top 10!