I’m running a Kickstarter to print the completed graphic novel of my webcomic A Mad Tea-Party. The book itself is going to be pretty great in print. But that’s not all I’ve got available. A couple of the reward tiers include a “set of four prints.” Three of those four are pictured above. I’ve got one more print I’m working on that will be in the set, but I’ll post it online separately when it’s done. It’s gonna be breathtaking.
If you want these prints, go to my Kickstarter and pick either the “full deck” reward or the “king of comics.” I will also include the prints in any other reward that requires shipping (like, the graphic novel for example) if you add $25 to the reward you pick and then send me a message via Kickstarter to let me know that’s what the extra money is for.
Also, anyone who buys a copy of the book (or any reward set that includes the book) between now and November 14th will get an original sketch-card of a mega fauna animal in a silly hat. All the mega fauna in hats will be posted on Tumblr as well, so if you want to see me draw a mammoth in a top hat or a terror bird in a bonnet, all you really need to do is trick someone into buying a book from me.
Guys. Jonathon rocks my fucking socks off and I reeeeally wanna see this book in print. Check out his splendid Kickstarter right now! It has SO MANY HATS.
I backed this book and I’m crazy excited for it.
We had some fun on twitter the other day.
I wish this was a tv show I could write for all year
From the creators of Mega Man, their independent spiritual successor:
See more on their Kickstarter page!!
GUYS, STOP WHAT YOU’RE DOING AND FUND THIS
MEGAMAN IS DEAD, BUT HIS SPIRIT LIVES ON
Future so bright, I gotta wear shades.
IT’S FUCKIN NOT-MEGAMAN
HE’S STICKIN IT TO EM! KEIJI YOU BEAUTIFUL MOTHERFUCKER
like straight up this is the best shit ever im so happy
I rarely reblog kickstarters that aren’t friends’ comics but AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHH~<3
This is big news in so many ways. A megaman-type sequel built on audience support? The original six were built on fan suggestions, I’m curious to see how this one goes.
VanCAF was also host to some good panels, which one of our members had the good sense to record for posterity.
The above pictures are from Intro to Comic Production by Steve Rolston, who talked about all the steps involved in making a comic from start-to-finish illustrated with excerpts from his work, (as well as a couple from Jason and David Lapham).
And secondly, we have pictures from The Last Political Cartoonists in which Kevin Wilson spoke to Matt Bors and JJ McCullough about their work and what it’s like to be young editorial cartoonists.
You can find audio recordings of the panels here.
That is me in the center, unable to turn my head to look at the person to my right. Someday….someday…