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Anonymous asked: Hi, Eric! Is CHICKENS #1 available in print, or is it digital-only?
Hi- Chickens is available in print, though in very short supply. I only printed 100 of them to sell at cons and signings. Not sure where you’re located, but I’ll be at Asbury Park Comic Con in April, The Comic Book Shop in Delaware for FCBD in May, and NY Comic Fest in June.
A big machine by Phil Sloan, colors by David Halvorson
From Ballad of the Two Headed Dog #1, available now: https://www.comixology.com/Deadhorse-Ballad-of-the-Two-Headed-Dog-1/digital-comic/74804
Browsing the books that came out this week and looking for something new? What’s this business about #creatorownedday? How about some comiXology Submit books?
Folks making their own comics and putting them out there. Least you could do is take a peek. That gifset can wait.
This was awesome to see.
Eric posted about his love affair with WFMU last night (and I reblogged that post) and I’ve posted a bit about the station and their fundraiser marathon a few times this past week. But I’d like to talk just a little bit more.
Half of my comics were drawn while listening to WFMU. It’s probably the most comic book friendly radio station in America. An episode of The Best Show on WFMU last year featured Matt Fraction and Dave Wyndorf as guests. Chris Ware, Danny Hellman, Brian Chippendale, Gary Panter, Michael DeForge, and many others have contributed artwork for WFMU shirts and posters.To help support our favorite radio station, Eric Grissom and I will be sending free pdfs of our comics to anyone who pledges during the marathon. You’ll also get some cool stuff from WFMU (they are giving away a flask and rolling papers this year!) but we thought we’d help and give you a little bit more. He outlines the details in his post, but here they are again.
1) Donate to WFMU between now and the end of the marathon
2) ONLINE PLEDGES: Take a screen shot of your receipt from an online pledge (blackout or hide any personal details you don’t want shared, we just need to know you pledged)
PHONE PLEDGES: If you call into a show take a photo of yourself while you’re calling in. That should be enough right? If you really go that far to get a free comic there’s something wrong with you as a person.
4) Relax! Take a break you’ve earned it. Sit back, tune to WFMU, and read your free comics knowing you did a good thing
So, that’s it. Please pledge to WFMU.
reblogging myself. give to WFMU
Reblogging myself reblogging plasticfarm reblogging himself.
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