Godzilla: Cataclysm issue 5 cover process. Issues 1 and 2 are out now, written by Cullen Bunn, published by IDW.
The NIGHTMARE THE RAT Kickstarter was launched two weeks ago, and in those two weeks 104 wonderful people have pledged $2508 putting us at 250% of the initial goal and a mere $492 away from the $3000 stretch goal. I’m very thankful and humbled by your support.
To celebrate this “halfway through the campaign” milestone, I’m showing off a few choice panels from the all-new, drawn for this collection, NIGHTMARE THE RAT comic, “At The Opera”.
After a wildly successful 2014 show PIX is proud to announce we will continue our celebration of independent comics and creators on Saturday, March 28, 2015!
I’ll be there.
The end (until December) is here.
This Wednesday. September 17th. 2014. A.D.
People (and not-people) are reunited. Revelations start coming. Blood’s drawn.
The fuller picture opens up (THE SHUTTER, IF YOU WILL)* placing Kate & co. in a very different place than when the series began and kicking off our next big arc, taking us to… well, you’ll see.
*sorry not sorry
P.S. I can’t imagine I’m alone in thinking that Leila draws some of the best Totally Normal Fish comics has ever seen.
P.P.S. If you’re at Rose City Comic Con this weekend, Leila and I will be at tables G-09 + 10, selling our Shutter wares (including our Us-Only exclusive Shutter #1 sketch cover featuring real life sketches by Leila [or me if you’d like to burn some money]) AND some copies of #6. Maybe some other stuff, but more on that later.
I drew another Tiger Lawyer comic that will be in the back of this issue. Please buy this so that Joe, Leila, and Ryan keep letting me do drawings for them.
I’m going to be on this panel during New York Comic Con.
For a preview on some things I might talk about, check this out: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/plasticfarm/nightmare-the-rat-a-newspaper-collection
Here it is, the call for submissions for Colonial Comics volumes One and Two!
The first volume of Colonial Comics focused on little-known stories of colonial New England between the years 1620 and 1750. The book featured a collection of historians, writers, and…
I’m in volume 1. You should try to be in volumes 2 and 3.
The #spx freebie table. #comics
Hey, I recognize one of those cards!