Fan favorite writer Jeremy Holt will go on a NYC area signing tour this month in celebration of the release of the popular sci-fi series co-created with artist George Schall, Made in Korea. The collected trade paperback edition will be on sale Wednesday, January 26.
Made in Korea Book Tour* with Jeremy Holt:
*vaccination cards and masks are mandatory for all events.
Wednesday, January 26 @ 6-8 PM
Forbidden Planet NYC
832 Broadway, NYC
About Made in Korea:
A Korean nine-year-old named Jesse is adopted and sent to live with a lovely couple in America. Socially awkward, yet equipped with a seemingly encyclopedic brain, the young girl’s journey through the complexities of race, gender, and identity hits a fork in the road when she discovers she’s not entirely human…yet. Adolescence just got a lot more emotional for the world’s first true A.I. system. Collects Made in Korea issues #1-6.
Made in Korea trade paperback (ISBN: 978-1-5343-2011-6, Diamond Code NOV210134) will be available on Wednesday, January 26 and in bookstores on Tuesday, February 1. It can be pre-ordered at your local comic book shop or independent bookstore or via Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Books-a-Million, and Indigo.
Made in Korea is also available for purchase across many digital platforms, including Amazon Kindle, Apple Books, and Google Play.
Select praise for Made in Korea:
“With perfect pacing and absolutely gorgeous artwork, Made In Korea is highly recommended.” —Brian K. Vaughan
“A real stunner, Made in Korea is one of the most intriguing issue-ones I can recall reading in the past year.” —The Stranger
“Classic SF premise (AI as human) with a very modern feel, elegant art and damn fine lettering. A compelling book.” —Kurt Busiek
“Takes Children-of-Man-meets-AI energy and finds its own place. Everything is just off, and compellingly so. Contemplative, with a beautiful mood throughout.” —Kieron Gillen
“Poised to be the sleeper comic book hit of the summer.” —Comic Book Resources
“Like the best Black Mirror episodes… Holt and Schall have created something special.” —Nick Spencer
“Impeccably crafted.” —AIPT
“Ambitious and expansive… An exceptional comic.” —Graphic Policy
ABOUT JEREMY HOLT
Jeremy Holt is a non-binary author whose most recent works include Made in Korea, Virtually Yours, Before Houdini, After Houdini, and Skip to the End. They have received high praise from NYT crossword cruciverbalist David Kwong and Brian K. Vaughan (Y the Last Man, Saga, Runaways)