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Keenan Keller and Tom Neely Hit the Road for 'The Humans, Vol.2' Promotional Tour

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Writer Keenan Marshall Keller and artist Tom Neely will appear at comic book stores, events, and conventions this March and April to celebrate the release of the second volume in their runaway hit series: THE HUMANS, VOLUME 2: HUMANS TIL DETH.

THE HUMANS, VOLUME 2: HUMANS TIL DETH follows the gang as they rampage through drug runs with road pirates, strip club freak-outs and beatdowns, passionate sex in cheap motel rooms, and multiple bloody barroom massacres—all of which snowballs towards a brutal ending of bloody vengeance and death! It’s the feel-good hit of the year! 

THE HUMANS, VOLUME 2: HUMANS TIL DETH (ISBN 978-1-63215-765-2) hits comic book stores Wednesday, March 16th and bookstores Tuesday, March 22nd and will be available for $15.99. It can be ordered by retailers with Diamond code JAN160667. It can be preordered now from Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Indiebound, and Indigo


Keenan Marshall Keller and Tom Neely will be signing at these locations: 

March 11th – SHQ Vol.2 Launch Party & Art Show!!!

March 18th – Nuclear Comics, Laguna Hills CA

March 19th – Shop Called Quest Claremont, CA

March 25th thru 27th – WONDERCON, Los Angeles CA (Artist Alley B-25)

April 1st – Dr Comics Mr Games, Oakland CA

April 2nd – Mission Comics, S.F. CA

April 5th – Floating World, Portland OR

April 7th – Arcane Comics Party!!!, Seattle WA

April 7th thru 10th – Emerald City, Seattle WA

April 23rd - 8th Annual Hippy Killer Hoedown - Perris, CA

For more information, visit: http://www.humansforlife.com/blog/2016/2/20/the-humans-west-coast-tour

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