My Favorite Thing Is Monsters lost at sea—literally [UPDATED]
October 27, 2016 at 9:06AM
The seizure has nothing to do with Fantagraphics or with Ferris, but with the bad luck of the book's Chinese printer deciding to use Hanjin, a South Korean freight company, to transport the books from China to the U.S. In late August, after the books were already en route, Hanjin's creditors, led by the South Korean state bank, announced they would no longer be supporting the company. On August 31, the company filed for bankruptcy protection, leaving 86 cargo ships carrying cargo worth approximately $14 billion literally at sea.