Hitsville UK #5

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October 2016

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Issue 5 continues the interweaving stories of the titular indy record label and it’s surreal cast of weird and wonderful musicians.

The acid-fried visuals are turned all the way up to 11 as Marlon goes to the other side and Greg has a very bad day indeed.

“All sorts of colorful characters and biting satire of the music industry that still manages to love the craziness that is the music industry. It’s funny, fascinating, and it encourages you to look over it more than once, because there’s so much going on … It’s a blast.” –
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Hitsville UK is a pop art, surreal, musical soap opera following the weirdos and wannabes of an indy record company, called Hitsville UK. The series is written and drawn by Dan Cox and John Riordan.

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