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Tori will be touring in 2014 to support the release of Unrepentant Geraldines. The European legs runs from May through June and the North American legs spans July and August. We do not know if additional dates elsewhere will be added.
The next issue of Marvel Spotlight, a Marvel Comics publication, focusses on Neil Gaiman and Salvador Larroca and contains an interview with Tori.
In addition to speaking with Neil at length about The Eternals, Neil’s current project for Marvel, editor and lead writer, John Rhett Thomas, had a long chat with Tori about her relationship with Neil and their history together as friends and artistic comrades. The Tori interview is about six pages long and contains some info about the upcoming Neil tribute CD. John even managed to sneak in a pic of Tori on the cover.
This issue hits comic shops on Wednesday, June 28, and newsstand outlets like Borders about three weeks later. Anyone who wants to reserve a copy (because it’s Neil, it’s expected to sell out pretty quickly) can try ordering from Tales of Wonder.
(Much thanks to John Rhett Thomas and elasia for telling us about this.)
The Tori Store has started taking pre-orders for “Where’s Neil When You Need Him?”, the Neil Gaiman tribute album. While the official release date is July 18th, they indicate that they will start shipping the tribute on July 5th.
Thanks for Saar and Beverly for the heads up on this!
Martian Engineering has redesigned their website. It now includes more details, sections, and photos, including two artist renderings of the new residential facility block. Lots of other nifty stuff there as well. You can buy a Martian mug and pick up a used Tascam DA-88 8-Channel Digital Recorder while you’re at it. Sweet! (Go Bude Blues!)
(Thanks to Saar for sending this in.)
A tribute album inspired by the work of Neil Gaiman will be released on July 18, 2006. Titled Where’s Neil When You Need Him?, it will feature original songs by a variety of artists. Tori’s contribution is a newly-remastered version of Sister Named Desire.
While the official release date is July 18th, Dancing Ferret will be shipping pre-orders on July 5th.
View details of the album along with a full track listing at the Dancing Ferret Discs website.