The Complete RIGHT HO, JEEVES

Tuesday , 11, December 2018 2 Comments

Arkhaven Comics is very pleased to announce its first completed collection, Right Ho, Jeeves, adapted by Chuck Dixon from the P.G. Wodehouse novel, illustrated by Gary Kwapisz and edited by Vox Day.

The omnibus paperback is without question the most beautiful book we have produced to date, as it features 152 full-color pages on high-quality paper and a glossy full-duplex cover containing all six digital editions. Right Ho, Jeeves is now available for $19.99 at Arkhaven Direct.

We expect it will be available from Amazon for $24.99 in about a week or so. It will make for a lovely Christmas gift for the young reader or Wodehouse fan in your family. For those collecting the individual issues, we will be producing gold logo editions of issues #4-6 in the new year.

RIGHT HO, JEEVES tells of the travails of the inimitable Bertie Wooster, summoned from the comforts of #3A Berkeley Mansions, London, to Brinkley Manor by his imperious Aunt Dahlia. Love is in the air and Wodehousian shenanigans are afoot, as Wooster is not the sole guest at the manor, which is also playing host to the fairy-gazing Madeline Basset as well as the famous newt-fancier Augustus Fink-Nottle. But, as always, the inimitable Jeeves is there to set things right and save the day!

UPDATE: if you are in the USA and you see a backorder notice when placing an order, just ignore it. It’s an artifact of their old distribution system that has no relevance to our current process. Please notice that we cannot sell this book outside the USA because the novel upon which it is based is not in the public domain in other publishing jurisdictions.

2 Comments
  • Avalanche says:

    Can’t find it at Amazon to leave a review, will check later but:

    Got my Right HO Jeeves yesterday. I’ve never read Wodehouse (not my style) but got the book to support Vox Day and Castalia. (And to support the Legend Chuck Dixon and Gary Kwapisz) Stayed up last night to pore over it.

    Brilliant. Brilliantly done! I was marveling as I read how what I assume to be reasonably long books or stories were … graphically synopsized … in a frame or two or a page… I was not ever even slightly lost in the plot — I don’t know how-or-if any subplots of details are missing; but it was easy and fun to follow; and the art really supported the plot.

    Still not likely to go read the real stories or books — Wodehouse is still not my style — but I really enjoyed this omnibus and how everything cohered to make to so much fun.

  • David says:

    Any plans for other Wodehouse titles? This is excellent!

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