Image Comics has announced that Phonogram 2: The Singles Club #1 is sold out at the distribution level. The comic book is by writer Kieron Gillen and artist Jamie McKelive. Image Comics has also announced they will be doing a second printing so fans who missed the first release will have a second chance. "Clearly, we're overjoyed," Kieron Gillen said. "When you do a book as personal and warped as Phonogram, you're always slightly worried that no-one else will care. To have it come out, review phenomenally and actually sell out in a week... well, short of Kenickie reforming or Jamie getting a magical eraser which turns Bristol board into gold, it's about as good as it gets. We'd go on a tour across the world to shake the hand of everyone who rushed out to buy the comic, but we've got a comic series to finish. Hopefully something as sappy as 'Thank you' will do instead." Unlike Phonogram Vol. 1: Rue Brittania, Phonogram 2: The Singles Club is in color and tells a self-contained story in each issue. The second series also includes back up stories featuring special guests like Love The Way You Love's Marc Ellerby and The Witching’s Leigh Gallagher. The second printing of Phonogram 2: The Singles Club #1 will be hitting comic book stores soon. A 152 page black and white trade paperback of Phonogram Vol. 1: Rue Brittania is available in comic book stores now.