We’ll have THREE NEW COMICS for NYCC in a few weeks: First Law #5, a First Law flashback issue, and a collection of the shorts the we’ve done with Michael Bracco for FUBAR. That’s over 60 pages of comics! Thanks to Daniel Lapham, Jamie Noguchi, Michael Bracco, Lonny Chant, and Jeff McComsey. #comics
We’ll be at the Baltimore Comic-Con this weekend and we’ll have a BCC EXCLUSIVE work-in-progress edition of First Law of Mad Science issue #5. Come by booth A306 in Artist Alley to get it. It has a variant cover by the amazing Michael Bracco. Oh and there’s only 100 numbered copies, so don’t wait until Sunday. Anyway, if you can’t tell, we’re pretty darn excited for the con!
Mike and I will be at Fantom Comics on August 23rd at 1pm to talk about creating indie comics. If you’re in town, come join us!
We’re having a blast at the Boston Comic Con this weekend. Everyone has been super cool and nice. Thank you to anyone who has already picked up First Law of Mad Science. It means a lot to us that you gave our little indie book that could a chance.
Fantom Comics in Washington D.C. needs your help. They are a great comic shop that is opening a new location. They are looking to expand, build a real comics community, and partner with creators for events. Head over to their IndieGoGo page and support! I did.
Today would have been my dad’s 66th birthday. He passed away last October from pancreatic cancer. He was funny, smart, and a good father. Most likely for his birthday at some point this week we would have watched Star Trek: First Contact or the first of the Star Trek reboots. Those were his favorites and he could watch them over and over again. I loved watching them with him.
If you’ve got five minutes, go to http://www.pancan.org/ and make a donation to support cancer research. I imagine everyone reading this can at least afford to donate a few dollars and five minutes of their time (to fill out the form). If people can support that stupid potato salad Kickstarter, then they can at least support cancer research. Cancer sucks. No one should have to suffer like that. So you, reading this, go to http://www.pancan.org/and make a donation now!