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Adam Warrock tees are out!

Wed, 02/23/2011 - 14:37 by Ananth in response to almost

 I talked about the shirt we did for Adam Warrock previously, and you can check out the lengthy process post I wrote up here. They've arrived, and they're available in his store!

Pony Cop Part 3

Tue, 02/22/2011 - 17:46 by Ananth in response to ponycop 3

It just got real! Favorite part of this page is probably Pony and the revolver. Also, Yuko once again worked extra hard on that alt text, so be sure to look. 

We'll be at Kitsunekon this weekend! Come say hello, we'll have stuff and we'll be doing some panels. 

Beverly Hills Pony

Thu, 02/17/2011 - 14:52 by Ananth in response to ponycop 2

It's a good thing those two worked out their differences. With explosions. Which is how men have communicated with one another since time immemorial. Now that they've bonded, they can get on with their mission, which was ... what was it? Does it matter? Time to punch some crooks. With bullets. 

I hope you guys are reading the alt text on these comics. Yuko worked really hard on them. 

Pony Cop Part 1

Tue, 02/15/2011 - 15:52 by Ananth in response to ponycop 1

Pony Cop originally appeared alongside comics from Svetlana ChmakovaTK Labus, and Leisl Adams in a pony-themed collection called Pony Rock. I think we agreed and forgot to ask what the theme was - when I found out I wasn't sure what to do. I don't actually know a lot about ponies or pony nostalgia or pony culture. But I know buddy cop films! It's been about a year and all the copies are long since sold, so we figured we'd share it with you guys.

Valentine's Day!

Thu, 02/10/2011 - 15:30 by Ananth in response to johnentines

This Valentine's Day, let John say what's in your heart. These cards are ready to print out so you can give them to that special someone on February 14th! They'll really remember this V-day ... no matter how hard they try to forget. 

♥ ♥ ♥ CLICK HERE FOR A HIGH RES VERSION ♥ ♥ ♥

20th Century Boy

Tue, 02/08/2011 - 20:32 by Ananth in response to let me rethink this

You guys I want space adventures. ): Born in the wrong century, my heart was built for space. 

Our pals L & Darryl started a blog called Comix Cube with a few of their friends - check it out! This post is about work ethic and motivation, broadly within art and more specifically within comics. L draws on some interesting influences in that aspect of her work. 

Adam WarRock's Smoking Girl

Thu, 02/03/2011 - 18:14 by Ananth in response to hourly comics: february 1st 2011

Hourly comics! We did this last year too, and in 2009 as well. February 1st is a magical day when cartoonists from all over the internet do comics, often about making comics. You know what I want to read? Hourly comics by astronauts. Astronaut diary comics. I think maybe next year on February 1st we'll plan to do something crazy (I'll probably eat those words in a year). 

something something dysentery

Tue, 02/01/2011 - 16:52 by Ananth in response to should've taken the ferry

Following John can sometimes end like this! There was another time he took a snow pile in a single stride and I tried to climb it and almost face-planted. Dangerous living!

We have a small announcement tomorrow - well, it's not technically ours but we're involved and anyway you'll see. You can check Twitter or Tumblr - we'll also post a follow-up on Thursday. 

Oh! Orders have been sent out - you should have received some sort of tracking information. We got a little held up with all of this January snow! 

Fire, our constant companion

Thu, 01/27/2011 - 15:28 by Ananth in response to combustifier

We got a new humidifier and it's totally a penguin that barfs mist. It's meant to be for kids (there's a whole line of different animals), but this is also a well-priced ultrasonic humidifier, which means a minimum of cleaning and noise. I guess I accidentally turned this into a commercial, but anyway - I recommend it if you need one. Moving on!

Is it real?

Tue, 01/25/2011 - 17:38 by Ananth in response to a secret for the ages

What does it mean? Gotta be honest - at first I thought, in the way that sponsors get stadiums named after them, that there was maybe a town sponsored by Dairy Queen that they named after their new offering, the Cheesequake. Not the case, at all. Cheesequake, NJ is a real place! Maybe some of you are from there. The part we drove through was lovely. It didn't live up to the wonder of its name, but maybe that's okay. I don't know if anything could. 

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