Goeffrey Jean-Louis, Frederick L. Jones
Monsters are fake news, right? That’s what many of the readers of the tabloid rag the Yellow Stringer think, but the truth is more frightening than anyone could possibly know.
With front page stories like the demon baby born in an Iowa hospital or the ghost that mysteriously haunts cheerleaders from a small West Virginia town, most people assume that the articles in this national newspaper are sensationalist entertainment for bored shoppers waiting at checkout. However, these stories are real, and the journalists who report on them get the scoop despite the danger they find themselves in.
Promising Columbia Journalism School graduate Naomi and her partner, ex-cop Tony, two journalists who have suffered traumatic events at the hands of monsters, now dedicate their lives to reporting true monster crime. While they come from two different backgrounds with very different methods to investigate the truth, they are committed to unearthing the world of the supernatural. Even if no one in the world ever believes them, this dynamic team will stop at nothing to reveal the truth!
In this volume, our bickering yet terrific duo have to deal with a unique version of the headless horseman, the undead, cursed artifacts, and more! Naomi and Tony may have seen it all, but when cases start to link up to trauma that only they have experienced, they’re going to stop at nothing to expose the truth.
Yellow Stringer is rated OT for Older Teen, recommended for ages 16 and up.
Saturday AM, the world’s most diverse manga-inspired comics, are now presented in a new format! Introducing Saturday AM TANKS, the new graphic novel format similar to Japanese Tankobons where we collect the global heroes and artists of Saturday AM. These handsome volumes have select color pages, revised artwork, and innovative post-credit scenes that help bring new life to our popular BIPOC, LGBTQ, and/or culturally diverse characters.
Join in even more adventures with the other action-packed Saturday AM TANKS series:Apple Black, Clock Striker, Gunhild, Hammer, Henshin!, The Massively Multiplayer World of Ghosts, Oblivion Rouge, Saigami, Soul Beat, Titan King, and Underground.
Haitian-American artist Goeffrey Jean-Louis was born in White Plains, New York, and raised in Orlando, Florida. After his short story “Mara the Martian” appeared in the 2017 edition of #SummerOfManga, the annual new artist showcase from Saturday AM, Goeffrey was tapped to illustrate and co-plot the seinen supernatural mystery series Yellow Stringer for Saturday AM’s sister magazine Saturday PM. His illustrations have delighted fans in zines as well as on Instagram and other social media platforms, and he won the Lo-Fi Halloween contest in 2020. Goeffrey lives with his family in Florida and is currently pursuing a bachelor’s degree in fine arts, focusing on character animation and minoring in computer science.
American entrepreneur Frederick L. Jones was born in Durham, North Carolina, and graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a BA in Communication Studies. He developed a passion for promoting diversity at a young age, including participating in the fight for a Black Student Union on UNC’s campus and attending the original Million Man March in 1995. He spent a decade in the video game industry as an executive. Having worked on nearly every part of product creation, including product marketing, product development, and brand management, Frederick combined his experience with his lifelong love of anime to create the diverse manga brand Saturday AM in 2013. He resides in Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina, with his family and dog, Allie.
Saturday AM is a unique digital comics brand featuring an ever-growing catalog of popular, exclusive, and diverse action manga-style webcomics by independent creators from around the world. Among the nearly 50 visionary artists on the Saturday AM team are @WhytManga (Apple Black), @JeyOdin (Hammer), and @saigaimiproject (Saigami). To learn more about Saturday AM, visit saturday-am.com, or find them on Instagram (@saturday_am), YouTube (youtube.com/user/MyFutprint), and Twitter (@saturday_am).