I decided to keep The Little Particle That Could free for one more day. It’s been getting some play and, as a result, getting a steady stream of downloads. I believe that with a little push it could potentially start to crack the elusive top-100 list at Amazon.
So…have you downloaded the book yet? It’s about a graviton that wants to meet a photon but just can’t seem to catch him. It’s illustrated by Noel Tuazon and sports a cover from Dylan Todd. People seem to dig it.
If you haven’t downloaded your copy yet, please consider getting it today. Tell your friends. Let’s see if we can push it over the top, cool?
Holy crap! This was the first SPX I went to. I met Chris Stevens there, who’s the editor on Dark Horse’s Once Upon a Time Machine that me and Rafer’s in. And, David Lewis is my assistant editor on Colonial Comics. All these people, being young, only pictures of two them in this set. I need to go photo diving now… Also - Mal looks like he’s nine in that pic.
A few more behind the scenes pictures of Sunday’s art hanging session, to act as a reminder for you to come out on Friday from 7-9pm for the “Fever Dreams of Organic Machines: The Comic Book Art of Rafer Roberts” opening reception at VisArts at Rockville.
The Fancy Lads Academy is proud to announce the release of our first game, Samurai Duel! It’s a fast-paced, two player samurai showdown for ipad featuring one finger controls, colorful cartoon graphics and cool minimalist interface.
We will probably write up a little review of the process of making our first indie game after we take a breather and fix any bugs that pop up.
Here are some screens from the Samurai Duel beta! We are on the fast track to submit the game to Apple this weekend. As you can see we are going for a minimal look with simple touch controls. Samurai Duel is a two-player battle of speed and accuracy controlled by one finger. We’ve done lots of play testing with drunk adults and everyone seems to have a lot of fun with it!
Eight DC artists squeeze their small works into The Dunes for an intriguing exhibition!
Anna U. Davis
Emily Greene Liddle
Friday, March 2nd
Show runs March 2nd - 28th, 2012
Joe has been working on The Great Pacific for a while now, but he needs help getting it over the finishing line. The Kickstarter Fund will be used to help pay his artist, editor, designer, and letterer on the project, which is what Kickstarter is for.
From the Kickstarter page:
Great Pacific is a full-color sci-fi adventure comic book series set to debut in the US comics market in October 2012….
… Great Pacific tells the story of Chas Worthington, recent heir to one of the richest oil fortunes and most successful corporations in American history. In a defiant act that seems crazy to most and criminal to many, he sheds his former life of wealth and influence to settle the infamous Great Pacific Garbage Patch, planting his flag and declaring the environmental wasteland a new, sovereign country.
The art is fucking amazing, really, and I’m ashamed to say I didn’t even know the Garbage Path was a real thing.