Image Comics to collect Marian Churchland's "HCHOM" this fall

Image Comics to collect Marian Churchland's "HCHOM" this fall

Marian Churchland's popular blog HCHOM may have closed up shop last year, but that doesn't mean we've seen the last of it.  While Churchland has moved on to other ventures, Image Comics have announced that they have teamed up with the author to print her illustrations this fall.  The HCHOM Book will be a one-stop-shop for all of Churchland's whimsical, wonderful comics.

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MARIAN CHURCHLAND'S POPULAR
HCHOM COMES TO IMAGE COMICS

PORTLAND, OR, 05/24/2018 — Image Comics is pleased to announce that Marian Churchland’s popular, long-running blog posts on Hchom.com will be collected and published as THE HCHOM BOOK trade paperback this September. 

If you were a goblin, what would your treasure hoard contain? Gems and minerals, biscuits and pastries, finely tailored jackets—or perhaps all of the above. Readers will follow the delightful whims and antics of ever-charming, ever-mischievous goblins in THE HCHOM BOOK. 
 
“I began the blog [Hchom.com] with no particular aim: I wanted to post pictures of bread, and vent my material wants, and that was about it. Over time, however, it cohered into something so much more introspective, and even—to my ongoing astonishment and gratitude—into something that other people connected with on a personal level,” said Churchland. “I am so pleased, and so proud, to bring this work to print.”

The HCHOM Book will hit comic shops on September 19 and other retailers on September 25.

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