SuperHeroStuff.com Announces NEW Chew Merchandise Partnership with
John Layman and Rob Guillory
Sinking Spring, PA— March 13, 2014—SuperHeroStuff.com, the premier destination for pop culture and comic merchandise has partnered with John Layman and Rob Guillory to introduce a new merchandise program for “CHEW ®”, the award-winning and New York Times Best Selling comic series.
“We are thrilled to work with John and Rob. We’ve been fans of the series for a long time and bringing more of the world of Cibopath, Tony Chu, to fans is an amazing opportunity” said Eric Frost, of SuperHeroStuff.
John Layman commented “I can’t wait to get more CHEW goodies into hands of readers and fans, and I’m super pumped about partnering up with SuperHeroStuff, and about all the cool CHEW goodness we have planned.”
The new line will be available to consumers in the coming months on SuperHeroStuff.com, at various Comic Cons and at select comic book and pop culture stores.
“Since 1999 it has been the mission of SuperHeroStuff.com to offer the best comic book and superhero merchandise to fans everywhere. SuperHeroStuff is now the best store in the multiverse. With the widest selection of superhero merchandise on the planet new merchandise is constantly being added. Our selection is huge and it’s not limited to just the most well-known characters; we do our best to get product for superheroes that only comic fans would appreciate. We are a store built by superhero fans, run by superhero fans and we have a blast doing it. Check out our site at http://www.superherostuff.com”
About John Layman
John Layman is the creator, writer and letterer of CHEW, the New York Times best-selling, Harvey Award and multi-Eisner Award winning cannibal cop comedy series from Image Comics. CHEW was the 2011 Eisner winner for Best Continuing Series, and winner of both the Eisner and the Harvey in 2010 for Best New Series. He’s written Detective Comics, Mars Attacks, Godzilla, Thundercats, Gambit, Scarface, Red Sonja, Marvel Zombies Vs. Army of Darkness, House of M: Fantastic Four, the Marvel Identity Wars Annuals, Stephen Colbert’s Tek Jansen… and a whole lotta other stuff.