My babies,

Good news and shite.

The bad news is comiXology rejected Raygun Roads like that sexy little number you tried to french at the school disco in year 9. Rejected. So. Hard.
This is due to legal issues and potential copyright infringement.

Raygun Roads was always intended as a purge of anger and love. Starting out myself and Brad Tuttle never thought this comic would find such a passionate audience, nor any audience at all. Which is pretty obvious, when you witness what a deformed little comic book we made together. Under the impression we were creating something tethered to the underground we included album covers, film stills and product placement in flagrant breach of copyright. Because Raygun is a Frankenstein creation of trash culture. Because it was fun. Because we had no money and you can’t sue a straw man. Just because.

As a result, comiXology cannot be responsible for hosting the book. Which is entirely understandable, if a little disappointing. The whole Raygun Roads team would have loved the opportunity to contaminate the minds of the much wider audience comiXology provides.

But like the video nasties, moonshine hooch in the 1930’s and the explicit cut of that Robin Thicke music video, prohibition only stokes desire.

Thus, you can still get hold of Raygun Roads directly from in digital form (with a 2nd print on sale from April 19th) and you can read (and hear) the comic in its entirety with a digital soundtrack right here.

What can we say? The Kittelbach Pirates love ya.

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