We've been so consumed with our recent convention schedule and our day jobs, that we forgot to mention a couple cool pieces of news.
During the Long Beach Comic Con we were lucky enough to be interviewed for Bleeding Cool. The site did a number of interviews with indie creators in artist alley. We thought it was very cool of the reporter to focus on self-published creators and we definitely recommend checking out those series of interviews. Here is our piece and another one done with our tablemate, Jared.
Also, a little while back the fine folks over at the Comic Book of the Month Podcast did an Alternative Press Expo episode which included reviews of both Clown Fight and Pluto Moon Base. It's the first anyone has ever talked about our work on a podcast before, so it was a little strange to listen to it at first but the hosts were very kind with their reviews. You can check out the episode and blog post HERE to see what they said about our books and a ton of other great comics from this year's APE.
Tuesday, November 13, 2012
Long Beach Horror & Comic Con has ended and so has our convention season :'( In our first year of exhibiting we managed to table at six shows. While that might not seem like a lot, it sure does feel it! Going all the way back to February when we tabled at our first show, LA Zine Fest, we were nervous. We had no idea what we were doing and didn't know any of the other creators. And now, ten months later, we couldn't be more excited to go to shows, see familiar friendly faces and show off our comics. A huge thanks to all the great people we've met this year, you've made this an experience that we won't soon forget. We look forward to more good times next year!
|Oh no, not again!|
|Josh Henaman (Writer, Bigfoot)|
|Chris Ryder (Writer, Dames in the Atomic Age)|
|Lance Hendriksen, aka Bishop from Aliens|
|Nathaniel Osollo (Dark Mouse and Skatepocalypse)|
|Sheika being Sheika|
|Jules Rivera (Valkyrie Squadron)|
|Matt & John Yuan (Declan & Chang: Sweet F.A.)|
|Jared's new stuff|
Wednesday, November 7, 2012
We've just finished setting up our new online store over at Big Cartel. For the past year we've been using Etsy in the hopes that people who casually browsed through that site might happen upon our books and pick one up on a whim. Unfortunately, that very rarely happened. So instead of paying Etsy's (all be it low) fees, we decided to just use a free online store front service. We've come across many other comic creators who use Big Cartel and thought we'd give it a try. So, here it is: