Anyway, I'm back, with more news than ever. At least, compared those last news posts I did. Those were bleak. This is the real, share-worthy stuff. Get on it.
Wormhole: Issue One - Second Edition
Back in May, I was a bit pressed for time in getting Wormhole printed and ready for MeCAF. I've apologized enough for that in that Introduction O' Self-Loathing. I'm coloring the full comic and making a bunch of minor edits that my readers have dutifully mentioned to me in the past few months.
This will be what Wormhole was meant to be. Like a Director's cut. Don't worry, I'm not gonna Lucas it. Here's the extent of what will be changed:
- Eye-popping technicolor.
- Re-lettered, using a digital font created out of my own handwriting. (I KNOW, RIGHT?)
- Art corrections. Like ink blots, scribbles, overlaps, creepy faces...
- A NEW COVER!
- And I might make the jokes funnier. Don't judge me.
When it's finished, I'll be doing everything in my teenage power to broaden its publication. I'm definitely going to try using the crazy awesome ComiXology Submit service. Check it out.
Oh, and if you bought the original edition copy? Don't worry! I'll send you a free digital copy of the new one.
Wormhole: Issue Two
Yes! It's official! I'm working on Issue Two! Unfortunately, there's not much to elaborate on that. Figures.
You know, sketches and stuff. The usual. Nothing new here. Don't expect anything, though, because I'll be very busy preparing for (drum-roll, please)...
This October 4th - 5th (that's two days, by Godfrey!) I'll be exhibiting at the Massachusetts Independent Comics Expo. Or, "MICE." It's in Massachusetts. Pretty crazy.
Now, I don't exactly expect that I have any "fans" in Massachusetts, so the purpose of this exhibition will be more to get my work "out there," as they say. Of course, if you do want to drive all the way down (or up? Maybe?) there to say hello, by all means, go right ahead. I'll have an update on what I'm selling as the date draws nearer.
So, that's that. I'm back. I just said a bunch of stuff that loosely translates to "commitment," which, you know, gives me the spooks. If anything, I hope you didn't miss me too much, because if that were the case, I can't do anything right.