The Eternal Sad: CoverTHE BOOK THAT IS NEVER HAPPY!  AVAILABLE AT DAPSHOW AND INDY PLANET!

GATHER ROUND YE CHILDREN OF NIGHT, and cast your eyes upon this tome of misery, GOTHOLOGY: THE ETERNAL SAD, a collection of comics studying the cultural force known by laymen as “Goth”.  Drink deep the veins of tragedy that run wild throughout this volume, gathering the works of artists from all corners of this wretched earth.  Witness undead horrors, doomed lives ill-spent, and fate’s cruelest endeavors, collected here for your reading  displeasure.

Ladies and Gentlemen, we submit for your approval – GOTHOLOGY: THE ETERNAL SAD

RELEASE: July 2009
ISBN: 978-0-9824664-0-7
PRICE: $18.99

Contributors

Colin Abel, Ayer, Eric Biddle, Karl Birkelbach, Emy Bitner, Anna Bowles, Christina Boyce, Phillip Chanter, Sarah Fowlie, Kristina Gehrmann, Ariana Gonzalez, Chris Gormley, Doug Harvey, Annelise Haynes, Erin Jones, Valia Kapadai, Volkan Kinaci, Justin King, Vera L, Eric Lamont, Christine Larsen, Megan Lawton, Sloane Leong, Jared Lewis, Tom Parkinson-Morgan, Olivia Pelaez, Taylor Pendleton, Mark Penman, Perca, Halfdan Pisket, Dr. Salt, Aluísio Santos, Brittney Scott, Jack Sullivan, Used Bandaid, Ashley M. Witter

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Recent Posts About The Eternal Sad

A Look Inside Gothology: Belfry Twins

Posted on July 20, 2011 by Justin

A fan favorite of the first two books, The Belfry Twins has been a big part of the Gothology series thus far. It was created by Annalise Addams and Ashley Witter, together are known as Tarts 4 Life.

We are always excited when artists we have shared the experience of making Gothology Comics make a name for themselves, and with Yen Press’ recent announcement that Ashley Witter was drawing their adaptation of the Anne Rice novel Interview With a Vampire, we were pretty floored, and very proud. Publishers Weekly also did an interview with Ashley. Keep an eye out for this comic, we can pretty much guarantee it will look amazing.

And how can we know this already? Well, let us just take a gander into the exciting two issues of The Belfry Twins from the first two Gothology books, The Eternal Sad and Misery Loves Company.

Gothology Comics Goes Digital

Posted on July 15, 2011 by Justin

In case ygraphicly digital comicsou missed our Twitter announcement, both The Eternal Sad and Misery Loves Company are available digitally through Graphicly. Future releases of all DAPshow and Gothology comics will also be released digitally. This is a pretty big step for DAPshow so we’re all pretty excited about it. The digital market allows us to release very affordable copies to consumers, and allows them to bypass the high expenses of of buying the comics printed.

We fully endorse digital comics and will focus on them a lot more in the near future. This isn’t the only app/site we will use to distribute comics, Gothology and Dapshow comics will be available in many other formats. This will take a little while, though, so bear with us. In the mean time, we wouldn’t mind you checking out our comics with Graphicly ;).

In all serious, Graphicly is one of the better digital comic applications around. So we suggest using it for digital comics regardless.

The Eternal Sad Turns 2 Years Old Today

Posted on July 1, 2011 by Justin

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Erhm, Children of the Night, you may have noticed that there’s a “special” front page for Gothology Comics. In case you don’t know how to read (in which case, this probably won’t help), we are begrudgingly celebrating the two year anniversary of  Gothology today, and for the next week. We goths know the best way to celebrate… by moping. Really, I am more upset that I have allowed myself to live these last two years — oh, the torture life has brought me.

Erhm, we will also be celebrating by making Gothology: The Eternal Sad available for only 14 dollars in the DAPstore (+shipping) while supplies last. So, if you haven’t already bought one, now would be the perfect time.

Erhm, but that is not all children, both The Eternal Sad and Misery Loves Company will be available digitally soon for only $4.99 each. Now you can sulk on the go without having to lug around such a huge book. More information on this will be made available shortly. Just think of all the extra stakes and crosses will will be able to buy with that leftover money?

Gothic Beauty Reviews The Eternal Sad

Posted on August 25, 2010 by Justin

Dreadful news, Gothology: The Eternal Sad has been reviewed in the newest issue of Gothic Beauty (Issue 31).

So make sure you pick it up if you see it around, and check out the review!

From the Tomb Reviews The Eternal Sad

Posted on August 16, 2009 by Justin

Artwork: 4.0 out of 5
With so many different styles in this book how can you not find one or two you like. Luckily I am a fan of everyone who takes the time to share what they can do. This collection has so many talented artists. Nothing is jumbled and hard to understand. No one style is like another either. My favorite ones are Ashley Witter, Valia Kapadai, Megan Lawton, Phillip Chanter and Christine Larson.

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