I’ve collected my weekly Concert Review Comix into a 24-page mini-comic, now for sale on my Storenvy. This sucker has a silkscreened cover, full-color interiors, and rounded corners so it looks like a little sketchbook, and it’s only $6!
Contains illustrated reviews of Hockey, Slutty Hearts, Awkwafina, Antwon, Le1f, Jeffrey Lewis, Quasi, and more!
So during the summer/early spring of this year (2013) I had released a comic and web series called the Tales of Lev. Although there will be more issues of the comic as well as another series released sometime next year, I just wanted to let you know a little bit about this exciting new comic. The image above is just a sample of one of the pages from the web series. You can read the rest here: http://talesoflev.webcomic.ws/
For today only (or until I remember to remove the coupon code), you can download my first digital sketchbook for free! Just enter the offer code “happyhalloween”. And if you like it, there are three more where it came from. Those aren’t free, though. Daddy’s gotta eat.
Welcome to the Australian Comics Wiki!
Welp, this is what I spent a good chunk of my weekend on. I migrated as much data as I could from the ailing Hayase! wiki, completely rebuilt the category system and cleaned up a lot of the formatting. I wrote a handful of new articles for it too, because argghh I can’t stop wiki-ing once I’ve started.
Spread the word if you know any Australian comics creators or fans - the wiki’s only as good as the information the community provides!
Many of you already may know about the MUSTER-LIST, the list of cartoonists and comics retailers that Chuck Forsman’s been putting together for a while now. Maybe you don’t. Either way, I’d like to bring it onto your radar/back on your radar.
The mission of the muster list is to direct readers to mini-comics - Link directly to buy pages when possible - Generate some sales - Pretty simple.
If you’re looking for places that might want to stock your comics in the United States, give the MUSTER-LIST a look through and contact some shops.
If you’re interested in exploring new avenues in cartooning, take a little stumble through the list of makers. You’ll likely find out about someone neat that you might not have known about before.
Either way, don’t forget, the Muster-List is there when you need it.
this is a really great and amazing idea! you should definitely check this out!