DSTLRY, the new publisher with an innovative distribution model, has announced their online store is going live today, along with the debut of THE DEVIL’S CUT, their first publication.   

This direct-to-consumer digital storefront, dstlry.co, will sell comics, art toys, clothing and more based on work by DSTLRY Founding Creators and their friends. While DSTLRY publications will be available everywhere, dstlry.co will offer exclusives and hyper-limited edition drops, like the Christian Ward and Lee Garbett covers which are exclusive to the site. 

“This is the only online outlet where you’ll be able to find some of the rarest and hottest DSTLRY merchandise, including a special dstlry.co only variant cover by Christian Ward for his and James Tynion IV’s story “Spectregraph” and their forthcoming 2024 series,” said DSTLRY co-founders David Steinberger and Chip Mosher in a joint statement. “This store will constantly be evolving and updating—each week will bring new surprises.”

Launch day items for sale are listed below, but we’re told more surprises are to come – and here’s the FIRST look at some of the exclusives.

  • The Devil’s Cut, Christian Ward Exclusive “Spectregraph” DTC Variant Cover tying in to James Tynion IV and Ward’s series to come in 2024.

  • The Devil’s Cut, Lee Garbett Variant Cover, tying into the creator’s upcoming writing a drawing debut horror series to be announced in 2024.

  • Mominu Designer Art Toy, Designed by Junko Mizuno.

  • Mominu “The Bollocks” Variant Colorway by Junko Mizuno.

  • A numbered screen print of Jock’s The Devil’s Cut cover, hand printed by DL Screenprinting, who are well known for their work with Mondo.

One of the most intriguing elements of DSTLRY will debut on the site later this year: a digital marketplace where readers can buy and sell their digital copies. That feature will launch “as soon as it’s been deemed to be aged to DSTLRY’s high standards of excellence,” said Steinberger and Mosher. 


  1. $100 for a variant? $55 for a t-shirt? You can act like a luxury brand, now let’s see if people actually buy into it.

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