The Kickstarter for our new book CUTTINGS crossed 30K! To celebrate I asked Conrad to edit together all of the book toss takes from the original kickstarter video. See below:
The Kickstarter is still ongoing! Thanks for your interest and your support!
Thank you to everyone who stopped by the table at TCAF! It's always lovely to see you!
The kickstarter for CUTTINGS is going strong! It's going to be our latest book, collecting all of our color JW comics and a bunch of never before seen art from Yuko's sketchbooks. She's filled 30 sketchbooks since 2005! I hope you like what you see, and thank you for your support!
CUTTINGS is the latest Johnny Wander book, and we've just launched a Kickstarter for preorders! It's going to contain a lot of our color fiction comics like Girl with the Skeleton Hand, Delilah & The Basilisk, Maidens and more! It'll also contain a ton of never before seen art by Yuko, from the 30+ sketchbooks she's filled since 2005. Check out the video below and thanks for your support!
Oh no Penny!! Bad times. BUT -- here's a close-up of Penny and Walter!
We'll be at TCAF on May 10-11! A bigger post will follow on Tuesday, but yes-- we'll definitely be there!! This is one of two shows we're absolutely slated to do this year!
That's all for us! More next time! Including some big news on Monday!
Oh noooo Penny! She's having a bad day.
We got a few questions about a Four Horseman last week-- I know of two versions. The version that the internet widely seems to agree on is the Four Horseman being four shots of whiskey: Jim Beam, Jack Daniels, Johnnie Walker and Jameson. The version that I was made aware of back home in DC was 4 different types of liquors - so a whiskey, a rum, a tequila and Jager I think. Regardless, it's pretty brutal!
This is my favorite page so far! Everything about how Yuko drew it feels perfect for the moment, to me.
Just a reminder that if you're a Starfighter fan, the Kickstarter for a Starfighter dating sim is ending in 2 days! Check it out if you're interested!
Hey, so this is neat: Lucky Penny was featured on a list of comics that the Eisners completely failed to recognize! I'm not a particularly outspoken person, and this isn't a knock on the comics that ARE nominated, but: year after year I rarely recognize the nominations in the digital comics category... a category that ought to be flush with nominations for my peers and long-running predecessors. It is unfortunate.