In 2016 I wrote and illustrated ‘Lil Poopy Superstar’: a five-issue Rick and Morty spin off comic published by Oni Press. Colours were by Mildred Louis, back-up strips were drawn and coloured by Marc Ellerby and lettering was done by Crank!
The collected volume of Lil’ Poopy Superstar is released Worldwide by Oni Press on March 7th 2017, and released in the UK by Titan Comics on May 5th 2017!
Where Can I Buy Lil’ Poopy Superstar?
You can buy signed copies of Issue 1,2 and 3 from my online store right this second! – http://sarahgraley.bigcartel.com
You can also buy Lil’ Poopy Superstar from your local comic book shop! Tell them Sarah Graley sent you, and you’re looking for Poopy. We’ve personally seen it on sale in Nostalgia & Comics (Birmingham, UK), Forbidden Planet (Birmingham, UK), Gosh Comics (London, UK), Close Encounters Comics (Northampton, UK), Midtown Comics (New York, USA), TFAW (LA, USA), and more!
Here I am after being awake for almost 24 hours in Meltdown Comics in LA pointing to issue #1 the week it came out:
Writer / Artist / Cover Artist: Sarah Graley
Back-up comics by Sarah Graley and Marc Ellerby
Colorist: Mildred Louis
In Shops: July 13, 2016
Synopsis: Mr Poopybutthole is in trouble, and Summer is the only person who can help him!
What people have said about Lil’ Poopy Superstar
A confident start for the title’s first spin-off…We still don’t know what Mr. Poopybutthole’s whole deal is, but Lil’ Poopy Superstar #1 makes me very curious to find out.
The quirkiness is strong with this one, and that’s what Rick and Morty is all about: crazy, sci-fi parody goodness.
Adventures in Poor Taste
The art by Graley is good. It’s a simplistic style that manages to add details to backgrounds and effects well enough to make the scenes feel well rendered. Poopybutthole is incredibly simple, but the special effects around him add a bit of oomph to the character.
Issue #1 Variant Cover Gallery
The first issue of Lil’ Poopy Superstar had a whole bunch of great variant covers done by some amazing artists!