Life in space isn’t easy, but where else can you go?

It was inevitable. Our ravenous hunger for resources eventually stripped the Earth dry. Fortunately, our ambitious technology reached the point where we could turn our sights to the stars, which were full of materials to exploit. A New Frontier for a new gold rush.

In this rustic future, three souls eke out a living: Ji-Soo, a scientist with a passion for discovery, Camina, a feisty, battle-scarred mercenary, and Alex, an asteroid miner who has never been to Earth. Through their exhausting daily lives, they each dream individual dreams, following their own road toward that horizon. But when those paths cross, those dreams change trajectory, taking them all in a direction they couldn’t have imagined. What will become of humanity when it is completely disconnected from its cradle, the Earth?

Told in a breathtaking visual mashup of cartoony characters within hyper-detailed and expansive environments, FRONTIER is unlike anything you’ve seen before. Described as “THE EXPANSE or FIREFLY populated by chibi manga characters,” this premium 200-page graphic novel builds a sprawling new universe that may one day come true.

       Written and Illustrated: Guillaume Singelin

  • Pages: 200 pages
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Size:  8″ x 12″
  • Cover Price: $34.99
  • ISBN:978-1-962413-01-5
  • DOC:  MAY241770
  • RELEASE DATE: July, 2024


  • Pages: 200 pages
  • Format: TPB
  • Size:  8.5″ x 11″
  • Cover Price: $24.99
  • ISBN: 978-1-962413-02-2
  • DOC:  MAY241769
  • RELEASE DATE: July, 2024


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GUILLAUME SINGELIN was born in Rennes, France, in 1987, and grew up inspired to draw by Disney comics and manga. While studying graphic design at EPSAA, he was approached by writer Antoine Ozanam (KLAW, Temudjin) to work on a retelling of the David and Goliath story in “King David,” revised to be a contemporary mafia tale. But comics weren’t what he originally imagined doing, so he joined the animation team at Ankama to work on the feature film MUTAFUKAZ, based on the Label 619 comic series by Label founder Run. It was during this time Guillaume dreamed up THE GROCERY, a madcap combination of cartoonish characters in a gritty urban setting much like “The Wire.” That unique recipe found fans, and he soon began contributing more and more work to the growing portfolio of Label 619, including stories for DOGGYBAGSMIDNIGHT TALES, and the Mutafukaz spinoff, LOBA LOCA. His first full-length graphic novel to be published in English was the dense post-war drama PTSD, which not only refined his unique balance of cartoony characters in gritty situations but cemented his reputation for thoughtful and multi-layered storytelling. His manga-inspired character designs pop out of realistically rendered environments to come to life. From that experience and exposure, he was tapped by DC to create a handful of Batman backup stories (in Urban Legends and DC Vampires). Aside from comics, he continues to work in other fields, including video games, producing illustrations and character designs for titles such as the celebrated, multi-platform game CITIZEN SLEEPER.