Street Angel is BACK... in print. Street Angel: Princess of Poverty is an expanded softcover reprint of the AdHouse hardcover from several years back, which was itself an expanded reissue of the Slave Labor softcover collection of several years prior to that. All three editions collect the five-issue run of the original black & white Street Angel series published by Slave Labor Press coming up on twenty years ago now(!), along with ever increasing amounts of bonus material. So, with each iteration, The Princess of Poverty gets bigger and better!
This volume is, thus, the biggest and best yet! It includes everything in the previous editions along with rarely seen, fully finished Street Angel portrait and action drawings, some of which appeared in Jim Rugg's self-published zines, but have not ever before received a wide release. Also included here is the complete original, self-published version of "Street Angel's Dog," which is very different from the color version that appeared in the Street Angel: Deadliest Girl Alive collection published by Image a couple years back, and so gives readers an opportunity to view the two versions side by side, providing a fascinating look into the Creative Mind of Rugg™.
And, just in case anyone was wondering, the answer is, "Yes, Street Angel: Princess of Poverty matches the physical dimensions and format of Street Angel: Deadliest Girl Alive, so they will sit snugly side by side on the shelf.
And: Copacetic Lifetime Achievement Award Special Price!